Store Credit Card Information
Please add the capability to use the stored credit card feature of Authorize.net! Our members very much want this capability and it would increase our attendance at events. We need this for membership renewal, events and donations. Authorize.net has the interface well defined but Wild Apricot hasn't implemented the capability.
It would be OK to implement it in a way that your partners could provide us the capability rather than have it fully automated into Wild Apricot.
I hope others will comment as I've seen this asked for in the past.
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Amanda, this would be limited to WA Payments only.
THANK YOU OLEG! One question: is this just for WA Payments or all processors?
Walt, thanks for posting!
The request you mentioned is slightly different - it's about prepopulating billing address from contact fields.
It's a different beast so I'd prefer to keep it separate - may be we do it once in future
Walt Bilofsky commented
Should this be combined with https://forums.wildapricot.com/forums/308932-wishlist/suggestions/9797934-auto-populate-address-when-paying-by-credit-card ?
Still a big deal for our folks.
Another easy option for this would be adding a pay via Paypal option.
Love AffiniPay. Any chance developers can allow members to store their billing information instead of having them input it every time they check out? One would think the system would recognize their profile by their email address and, in turn, recognize a previously used credit card.
PLEASE! This is a big request from our 1200+ members.
Thanks for comment, Walt
This is something we plan to do as well, but it hasn't got into our development pipeline yet.
I'll keep this thread updated as I have any updates.
Oleg, Product designer @ Payments team
Walt Bilofsky commented
Now that you're storing credit card information for recurring dues payments, why not use the same mechanism for event registration payments? Especially since so much information needs to be entered each time (at least in PayPal).
Are you talking about this - http://www.authorize.net/solutions/merchantsolutions/merchantservices/cim/ ?