Cards that are not facially valid send back a standard CARD_DENY [reason code] message so you can test negative-path too. Put in any CCC you wish, and give the purchaser any name you want.
:) Especially, since each transaction – accepted or otherwise – costs somewhere from $0.25 to over a buck a pop (depending on the site), so you’re wasting money.
Most credit card acceptance agencies also provide a “test” site that does everything but actually bill someone.
Are you 100% sure on this or is there a chance, however slight, that the numbers above combined with a lucky guess at the expiry date would authorise?
Just wondering if you have picked numbers from a range than is not used by the cc companies and thus guaranteed to be invalid or if you’re just assuming that the chances of a random credit card number and a random expiry date matching up are as slim as to be virtually nil.
There you can see auth/post/settle transactions (as if they’d really happened) etc.
Test sites cost too, but they’re usually MUCH cheaper – since they don’t really have to bother banks and such – so you might get by with one or two cents a transaction – or a half-cent per – depending on the site. Depending on the site, it will either accept a limited range of valid card numbers, or (as the one I use does) any facially valid card is accepted. If you’re using a test site, it doesn’t give a damn.Try the most powerful CMS theme designer on the planet. Themler also works with e-commerce systems like Magento, woo Commerce, Virtue Mart and Presta Shop!When Artisteer is not enough, export your designs to Themler and continue adding advanced features like transitions and animations, parallax, multiple page templates and more.Thanks to everyone who stops by to write a note, it is appreciated.Before you ask no I haven't got anyone's credit card details.Quick and easy-to-use web design generator for Windows with hundreds of design options and export to Word Press, Joomla, Drupal, Dot Net Nuke and Blogger.