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The New Order Status can only be one of the status of Processing state because it's defined that way in app/code/core/Mage/Authorizenet/etc/system.xml: <order_status translate="label"> ... <source_model>adminhtml/system_config_source_order_status_processing</source_model> ... </order_status> If you want to change that ...
As far as Authorize.Net goes, when using ARB (Automated Recurring Billing) you can set a trial period where the cost is different the the regular subscription price. Once the trial period ends the regular subscription price will be charged for the remainder of the subscription. If you want to change the amount charged you will need cancel the current ...
It is not available in Europe. It is only available for US based merchant accounts. You can take European credit cards through Authorize.Net but only if you have a US merchant account. From their FAQ At this time, we are only able to offer our services to U.S. based businesses, or merchants who have U.S. based merchant accounts.
Authorize.Net's CIM API is really only useful for creating payment profiles so you don't have to store customer credit card information. Although storing other information using CIM can be handy, you'll usually want to store that locally for easier management.
You may want to check out an authorize.net developer account. You can use sandbox mode. I found a post there that is similar to your question. http://community.developer.authorize.net/t5/Integration-and-Testing/Is-there-a-way-to-test-CVV-amp-AVS-with-my-Sandbox-account/td-p/8009
You could take a look at PayPal Website Payments Pro. It's essentially the same cost as Auth.NET, but it may be available in Europe.
The more up front you are about your handling of sensitive information through your website you are, the less likely someone is able to complain (i.e. sue you) that you put there information at risk without their knowledge. It's not bulletproof protection, but you want to make sure you cover the basics so in the event of a breach or lawsuit you have as much ...
You should use the Server Integrated Method. It uses Authorize.Net's own secure server to handle the payment form and processing the credit card. You can also use Simple Checkout. As its name implies it is a very basic and simple option for selling items.
It doesn't necessarily rid you of it but it does reduce your potential exposure. If you handle or store any data covered by PCI DSS standard, and if you use relay response you will, then you have to make sure you meet the portion of the standard that applies to that data.
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