This article covers how to set up Authorize.Net as a payment gateway in Method. Authorize.Net can process payments via credits cards, ACH, and PayPal accounts.
If the following process does not match your account, then you are on a deprecated version of payment gateways. Please contact our support staff to upgrade your account.
Connect Authorize.Net in Method
Click the Profile icon in the upper right and click Integrations.
On the Integrations page, click Payment Gateways. This will take you to the Payment Gateway screen.
On the Payment Gateways screen, click the Create a payment gateway button.
A pop-up to Configure payment gateways appears. Select your Country, and then click Authorize.Net from the list.
Depending on the gateway you selected, you will be asked to Connect to the gateway. Click the Connect Authorize.Net button to continue. In the below example, Authorize.Net was selected.
A separate browser window will pop up and you will need to go through the authentication details for Authorize.Net.
Log in and Allow permissions.
The original browser window will update and you can futher configure Authorize.net. When satisfied, click the Done button.
Note: Only click Enable PayPal if you have PayPal enabled within Authorize.Net (Under Digital Payments Solutions). Otherwise, you will get an error.
Note: If your Authorize.Net account has AVS (Address Verification) enabled, then you must select Require Address (AVS). If you do not, address fields will not be available when making a payment and the following error will occur on submission of payment
Sorry, but your payment was declined (There is one
or more missing or invalid required fields.(code: E00027)).
Please correct your details and retry.
You will be shown a prompt telling you our setup is complete. Click the "x" to exit the configuration.
Authorize.Net has been added! At the top, it will indicate your payment gateway is connected.
If you need to edit your configuration, scroll down and select View payment gateway configurations.