Stores > Settings > Configuration > Sales > Payment Methods > Authorize.Net
Payment Services Directive Requirements:
As of September 14, 2019, European banks might decline payments that do not meet PSD2 requirements. To comply with PSD2, do one of the following:
- (Recommended) Install and configure the official Authorize.Net payment integration extension from Magento Marketplace.
- Enable and configure the Authorize.Net payment method in the Magento configuration.
Both of these integrations support 3D Secure 2.0 verification through CardinalCommerce and other third-party services.
Basic Authorize.Net Settings
Advanced Authorize.Net Settings
New Order Status
Determines the status that is assigned to all new orders. Options: Processing / Suspected Fraud
Must be set to “US Dollar,” because this is the only currency that Authorize.Net accepts.
Determines if messages sent between your store and the Authorize.Net payment system are recorded in a log file. Options: Yes / No
In accordance with PCIPayment Card Industry: Refers to debit and credit cards and their associated businesses. Data Security Standards, credit card information is not recorded in the log file.
Determines if Authorize.Net sends a confirmation email when customers complete checkout. This is in addition to the order confirmation email and other email sent from Magento. Options: Yes / No
Enable Credit Card Verification Field
Determines if customers are required to enter the Credit Card Verification (CCVCredit Card Verification code. (See CVV)) number during checkout. Options: Yes / No. Defaults to Yes.
Credit Card Types
Determines the credit cards that are available to customers during checkout. Select each supported card. Options:
Payment from Applicable Countries
Determines the range of the applicable country selection. Options: All Allowed Countries / Specific Countries
Payment from Specific Countries
Identifies each country from which payment is accepted. Only customers with a billing address in a selected country can make purchases with this payment method.
Minimum Order Total
Determines the smallest order total that qualifies to be processed with Authorize.Net.
Maximum Order Total
Determines the largest order total that qualifies to be processed with Authorize.Net.
A number that determines the order in which Authorize.Net is listed with other payment methods during checkout. Enter 0 for the top of the list.