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September 17, 2019 at 8:42 am in reply to: 3DS Authentication for PayPal goes live tomorrow 14th Sept #79920
Many thanks!September 13, 2019 at 9:00 am in reply to: 3DS Authentication for PayPal goes live tomorrow 14th Sept #79918
Just to add to this, I’ve updated both the eStore and Gateway plugins to the latest versions, so perhaps this is all that is required?
Just to add to this, this is the email sent by PayPal re PSD2:
As a business accepting card payments, your online checkout will need to be upgraded to comply with PSD2, a new European Union directive that requires Strong Customer Authentication (SCA). The directive applies from 14 September 2019, but card issuers are working towards SCA by April so that their systems are fully operational by the deadline.
What you need to do?
Because you’re using a PayPal Pro solution to accept card payments on your website, you need to update your online checkout to meet card issuers’ PSD2 obligations. We strongly recommend you integrate, test and launch your new authentication processes as soon as possible. Missing the deadline could lead to declined payments.
But don’t worry we’ve got your back.
We have partnered with CardinalCommerce to provide you with a FREE authentication merchant plug-in (MPI). This MPI will activate 3D-Secure (3DS) which is an authentication service performing SCA.
Hi there, my client says he has had another call from PayPal regarding this. Do you know if there has been any updates on the Partner channel? Thanks!
ok, many thanks.
PayPal are chasing the client about this 3D secure thing.
Do you know when an update is planned for this?
Great, thanks. Do you have any idea when this might be implemented?
Will do, thanks.
Thanks for your response.
1: There are 3 levels (Standard, Free & Premium)
2: Yes, only Premium members have the issue, but to be fair, most members are Premium, so it might not necessarily be relevant.
3: They are logging in using the eMember form.
4: We were (W3 Total Cache), until I disabled it earlier today thinking it might be causing the issue. This might well be the problem, so time will tell I guess.
I think whats odd is that this only effects some users.
Thanks again for your reply.February 9, 2017 at 7:31 pm in reply to: Partial Protection – Display certain number of words from each article #75140
All sorted, many thanks.February 9, 2017 at 10:52 am in reply to: Partial Protection – Display certain number of words from each article #75139
Just a quick questions re the more tag – these are actually articles set up as a custom post type.
The ‘more tag’ doesn’t seem to work but perhaps this is by design?
Thanks.February 9, 2017 at 9:07 am in reply to: Partial Protection – Display certain number of words from each article #75138
Many thanks for that, much appreciated.
I’ll have a chat with my developers and see what they think.November 4, 2016 at 8:51 am in reply to: Registration issues – user not being re-directed to registration form #74499
Thank you, looks like you are right, we should have spotted that.
Many thanks for your help, most appreciated!November 3, 2016 at 10:51 am in reply to: Registration issues – user not being re-directed to registration form #74497
Hi there, yes – the shortcode is in place.
I’ve emailed you a link using an address I’ve used previously, hope the email addy works.
thanks.November 2, 2016 at 1:32 pm in reply to: Registration issues – user not being re-directed to registration form #74495
I’ve been through the ‘Member signup’ scenarios and I’m still not clear as this part is not working:
7. If they choose a “Paid Membership” then they make a payment by clicking on the payment button for the appropriate membership.
8. Once the Payment is confirmed (at this point the plugin knows what type of membership this member wants), the plugin will create the appropriate membership account for this visitor.
9. The member will receive an email that contains a “unique” link to complete the registration.
10. When the member clicks on that link in the email it will let them choose a “username” and “password” and complete the registration. At this point the member can log into the site.
We have a registration page and users do get a ‘unique’ link but they are then taken to a page that tells them they need to register (no form).