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Chase Paymentech

This article applies to:Aria Crescendo

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Supported Payment Methods and Credit/Debit Cards

Methods

  • Credit Card
  • Electronic Check (ACH)
  • Tokenized Credit Card
  • Direct Debit

Cards

  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • Diners Club/Carte Blanche
  • Maestro
  • International Maestro
  • JCB
  • Dankort

Aria Configuration Fields

  • Division Code: This field contains the Merchant ID (MID) number assigned to you by Chase Paymentech. This is your Salem Division number. The MID may also be referred to as the Transaction Division (TD) code or Presenter ID. This is a 6-digit numeric MID while the Orbital Gateway (Tampa Platform) uses a 12-digit numeric MID.
  • Merchant division country code: If you are a US-based merchant, use this field to specify your country code (ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 code) to be used when processing all payments (for US and non-US cardholders). You can also specify your country code when you create or edit a collection group create or edit a collection group.

Supported Features

  • Card-level system overrides
  • Fraud scoring and fraud filtering
  • CNP: card-not-present. To process payments using card-present transactions (US only), you must set up card-present (retail transactions) with Paymentech.
  • Enhanced Auths Marketing
  • Identify a Cardholder Initiated Transaction​ (CIT) or Merchant Initiated Transaction (MIT)when processing Visa, Mastercard, or Discover credit card payments (credit card and tokenized credit ca​rd).
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Regarding Processor/Gateway Integration Certifications

If you previously implemented a custom payment processor/gateway integration, you likely completed a certification process with that processor/gateway. Aria maintains certifications with each of the processors with which it integrates. Though you may wish to certify your Aria-related processor/gateway integration before going live on Aria, this is not necessary and could add significant time and Services costs to your Aria implementation process. Please consult your Aria Implementation representative for more detailed information.

Regarding Processor- and Gateway-specific Information

All Processor- and Gateway-specific information provided on Developer Central exists as publicly accessible information from the respective companies, and is presented here for your convenience. We update this information from time to time as necessary.

 

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