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GregU
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Posted - January 04 2011 :  16:30:19  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello,

I am wondering if anyone else is using ECHO as their merchant account and if they have solved this issue...

Thanks in advance!

Greg U
pappyskorn.com

I received this letter from ECHO...

November 9, 2010

Dear Valued Merchant:

Intuit Payment Solutions is modifying the ECHO Name-Value Pair (NVP) Transaction Processing API that your payment system uses to submit transactions. This change impacts how you submit transactions through the NVP API.

We have determined that your payment system is submitting transactions using the GET method, which is a protocol for sending information over the internet. Intuit Payment Solutions has determined that the GET method is no longer an acceptable method for transaction processing.

To insure no interruption of service, you need to modify your payment system to utilize the POST method. We strongly encourage you to take action now to modify your payment processing system to submit via the POST method. Effective April 4th, 2011, Intuit Payment Solutions will reject and transactions submitted to the NVP API using the GET method.

If you need assistance, please contact our Implementation Services department at [email protected] or call 1-800-262-3246 to speak with customer support. If communicating by email, please include your company name, ECHO-ID, contact name, phone number, email address and indicate if you require development support.

We look forward to a smooth transition.

Best Regards,

John Wong
Director, Customer Advocacy and Innovation

support
Administrator

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Posted - January 04 2011 :  18:40:06  Show Profile  Visit support's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi Greg,

Can you please submit this into the helpdesk and our support team will work with you on this.

https://helpdesk.vpasp.com

Thank you.

Cam Flanigan
VP-ASP Cart Support

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pictre
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Posted - February 03 2011 :  00:31:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I had received exactly the same letter some time ago. First I had the feeling that it was some sort of spam. Therefore I had ignored it. But now I realize that it is a genuine letter from Echo. So today I have decided to follow the advice of administrator and forward a copy of the letter to the support team.

http://www.paycor.com

Edited by - pictre on February 09 2011 12:11:31
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