When completing a transaction using V.me by Visa, your customer will be presented with the V.me "lightbox,"which is the V.me pop-up window that appears over your site. This will allow them to register or log in, select their credit or debit card, and choose a shipping address, if applicable. After completing this selection, they will be prompted to confirm the order total on the payment form before submitting the transaction.
V.me by Visa currently only works with our hosted order page, which is available via the Server Integration Method (SIM) API and Simple Checkout. Support for the Advanced Integration Method (AIM) and other APIs will be added soon.
A frame is a Web page or portion of a page that is displayed as embedded content within another page. Authorize.Net does not recommend displaying any checkout pages in a frame. Additionally, the V.me "lightbox" includes security to protect against "click jacking," a process hackers use in an attempt to hijack the transaction process. This security suppresses the use of frames with the payment form.
If you are using Simple Checkout, no changes are required.
V.me by Visa does not support voiding transactions once they have been captured. If you need to reverse a transaction that has already been captured, you will need to wait until the transaction settles (dictated by your transaction cut-off time), then issue a refund.
Yes. When assessing a transaction for potential risk, V.me categorizes a transaction as one of the following:
- Low anticipated risk
- Medium anticipated risk
- High anticipated risk
You can use these categories to determine whether or not to accept a transaction. You should use a combination of the V.me by Visa risk assessment and your own business experiences and risk tolerance to make a decision that’s in line with your own fraud management policies.