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Linked Authorize.net via API to eBay and it did the test transaction

what steps do I have to next?

have received the following when listing:


Attention Sellers:
Attention!
In order to use the credit card option you need to have both a valid Internet Merchant account and a payment gateway in place to secure the transactions. To find out more about this please review the information on the following page: How Payment Gateways Work

At this time the only compatible gateways for use on eBay are Payflow and Authorize.net. If you are ready to setup your payment gateway you will find instruction under “Setting up a payment gateway for your Internet merchant account” on the following page: Selecting Your Payment Preferences

Once you have setup your gateway please contact customer support to make the appropriate adjustments to your account to start accepting credit cards.

For complete list of approved gateway companies go to the Gateway Signup Page
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I created an Auth.net account a month ago. Auth.net never provided the requested service. I attempted to close my account 4 times but was not successful. Auth.net withdraws funds from my bank account without providing any service whatsoever. I have never even logged into my account.

I have been in touch with my attorney about Auth.net and they are more than willing to create a Class Action Law Suit against Authorize.net. If anyone is interested in joining a class action lawsuit against Auth.net, please contact me via this thread. I will also continue to monitor this thread for interests.
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I created an Auth.net account a month ago. Auth.net never provided the requested service. I attempted to close my account 4 times but was not successful. Auth.net withdraws funds from my bank account without providing any service whatsoever. I have never even logged into my account.

I have been in touch with my attorney about Auth.net and they are more than willing to create a Class Action Law Suit against Authorize.net. If anyone is interested in joining a class action lawsuit against Auth.net, please contact me via this thread. I will also continue to monitor this thread for interests.
Auth.net is a reputable company. You can't say you've never "even logged in" when you've 1) created an account with them and 2) given them your bank details. Both tasks require you to login. You signed up for a subscription service so Auth.net is taking the funds you're contractually obligated to pay them.

You can't fault Auth.net for the fact that you never finished setting up your account. Once TSYS had my merchant account setup I put the details into Auth.net and was accepting payments the same day.
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@OP - I know this is like 2 years old, but here's your answer:

This is standard when making the transition from PP to a merchant account. You will have to either call or email eBay so they can make "the necessary changes to your account" for you to start accepting direct CC payments.

I got the exact same error message when I switched, and was able to get it cleared up with an email to eBay support.
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I just did mine yesterday. You have to call in and get it verified. Most cs reps wont have any idea what to do i spent a whole day with cs reps and finally got one that was able to do it in 5 mins
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