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Authorize.net payment tool removing 0 from the security code if its a first numberAsked by djccraig on January 21, 2015 at 12:25 PM
I received the following complaint from one of our customers:
I wanted to let you know I had a problem registering for the conference through your form. I've tried several times thinking it was a problem on my end, with my credit card, or the internet connection. I figured out what it was, so I wanted to let you know. When I entered the credit card security code, which began with a zero, it automatically deleted the zero as a non digit, leaving less than three digits. Thought I'd inform you for possible correction of the site capability.
I can't replicate this error since I don't have a credit card with a security code that begins with zero...
Can you all look into this?
I have just checked this and I see the issue.
You can try adding any number with 0 at the start and just entering invalid credit card and the 0 gets removed.
I will raise this now to our developers for inspection and they will update you through this thread as soon as the issue is resolved.
Any update on this getting fixed?
Upon checking the status of the report, unfortunately there's no update yet. But I see that it is already assigned to one of our back end team and it is marked as "Very Important" in our priority level.
We'll notify the support team assigned to this regarding your follow-up. We'll let you know immediately when we hear any news.
I do apologize for the inconvenience that this might have caused you.
Update: our tests show that this bug no longer exists. If you have any other questions or concerns, let us know.