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Merchant Resource Center
User Manual
v1.0.2 (Canada)
Aboutthis documentation
Documentation Date: Oct. 17, 2016
Created by: Moneris Product Documentation
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Contents
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2
3
INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................... 1
1.1
Introduction
1
1.2
Before you get started
1.2.1
Store administrator user: before you get started
1.2.2
Non-administrator user: before you get started
1
2
2
1.3
Activating your Merchant Resource Center store
3
1.4
Ready to use the Merchant Resource Center?
4
MERCHANT RESOURCE CENTER BASICS ................................................................................ 5
2.1
Logging into the Merchant Resource Center
2.1.1
The Merchant Resource Center main page
2.1.2
The menu bar
2.1.3
Available store features
5
6
7
8
2.2
Accessing context-sensitive help
8
2.3
Using the search fields
8
2.4
Logging out of the Merchant Resource Center
9
2.5
Need to reset your login password?
9
2.6
Configuring your security questions and answers
10
2.7
Switching between Canadian/U.S. Merchant Resource Center
11
2.8
General guidelines for performing transactions
12
POS HARDWARE...................................................................................................................... 13
3.1
4
Moneris iPP320 PINpad
3.1.1
Setting up the iPP320 PINpad
3.1.2
Card entry options
13
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VIRTUAL TERMINAL ................................................................................................................ 23
4.1
Purchase with debit/credit card
4.1.1
Purchase with debit/credit card: iPP320 PINpad
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4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
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Purchase with debit/credit card: iPP320 (manual card entry)
Purchase with debit/credit card: unencrypted MSR
Purchase with debit/credit card: Vault profile
Purchase with debit/credit card: keyed entry
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4.2
Purchase with cash
31
4.3
Group Purchase with debit/credit card
32
4.4
Preauthorization with debit/credit card
33
4.4.1
Preauthorization with debit/credit card: iPP320 PINpad
34
4.4.2
Preauthorization with debit/credit card: iPP320 PINpad (manual
card entry)
35
4.4.3
Preauthorization with debit/credit card: unencrypted MSR
37
4.4.4
Preauthorization with debit/credit card: Vault profile
38
4.4.5
Preauthorization with debit/credit card: keyed entry
40
4.5
Reauthorization with debit/credit card
42
4.6
Capturing a debit/credit Preauthorization
43
4.7
Capturing a debit/credit Reauthorization
45
4.8
Voice Authorization-Advice with debit/credit card
47
4.8.1
Voice Authorization-Advice with debit/credit card: unencrypted
MSR
48
4.8.2
Voice Authorization-Advice with debit/credit card: keyed entry
49
4.9
Void with debit/credit card
50
4.10
Refund with debit/credit card
51
4.11
Refund with cash
53
4.12
Independent Refund with debit/credit card
54
4.12.1 Independent Refund with debit/credit card: iPP320 PINpad 55
4.12.2 Independent Refund with debit/credit card: iPP320 PINpad
(manual card entry)
56
4.12.3 Independent Refund with debit/credit card: unencrypted MSR 57
4.12.4 Independent Refund with debit/credit card: Vault profile
58
4.12.5 Independent Refund with debit/credit card: keyed entry
59
4.13
Card Verification with debit/credit card
4.13.1 Card Verification with debit/credit card: unencrypted MSR
4.13.2 Card Verification with debit/credit card: keyed entry
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4.14
Chip Initialization
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4.15
Optional procedures: debit/credit cards
4.15.1 Adding order details to a transaction
4.15.2 When a purchasing (corporate) card is detected
4.15.3 Adding level 2/3 details: capturing a debit/credit
Preauthorization
4.15.4 Adding level 2/3 details: capturing a debit/credit
Reauthorization
4.15.5 Adding level 2/3 details: Refund
4.15.6 Cardholder prompts: iPP320 PINpad
4.15.7 Cardholder prompts: iPP320 PINpad (manual card entry)
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PRINTING/E-MAILING A RECEIPT.......................................................................................... 83
6
ORDER HISTORY ...................................................................................................................... 84
7
6.1
Areas on the "Order History" page
6.1.1
Transaction type details: "Order History" page
6.1.2
Tip information details: "Order History" page
6.1.3
eFraud details: "Order History" page
6.1.4
Action items: "Order History" page
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6.2
Accessing a transaction's "Order History" page
88
MONERIS GIFT/LOYALTY CARD PROGRAMS....................................................................... 89
7.1
Purchase with gift card
7.1.1
Purchase with gift card: unencrypted MSR
7.1.2
Purchase with gift card: keyed entry
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7.2
Void with gift card
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7.3
Refund with gift card
95
7.4
Independent Refund with gift card
7.4.1
Independent Refund with gift card: unencrypted MSR
7.4.2
Independent Refund with gift card: keyed entry
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7.5
Loyalty Purchase: awarding loyalty points
99
7.5.1
Loyalty Purchase: awarding loyalty points for associated
debit/credit Purchase
100
7.5.2
Loyalty Purchase: awarding loyalty points for associated
debit/credit Purchase (gift/loyalty card Activation)
101
7.5.3
Loyalty Purchase: awarding loyalty points for associated
debit/credit Voice Authorization-Advice
102
7.5.4
Loyalty Purchase: awarding loyalty points for associated cash
Purchase
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7.5.6
7.5.7
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Loyalty Purchase: awarding loyalty points for associated gift
Purchase
104
Loyalty Preauthorization: allocating points for associated
debit/credit Preauthorization
105
Loyalty Capture: awarding loyalty points for associated
debit/credit Capture
106
7.6
Manual Redemption (dollars) with loyalty card
107
7.6.1
Manual Redemption (dollars) with loyalty card: unencrypted
MSR
108
7.6.2
Manual Redemption (dollars) with loyalty card: keyed entry 109
7.7
Manual Redemption (points) with loyalty card
110
7.7.1
Manual Redemption (points) with loyalty card: unencrypted
MSR
111
7.7.2
Manual Redemption (points) with loyalty card: keyed entry 112
7.8
Loyalty Void
113
7.8.1
Loyalty Void: removing loyalty points for associated debit/credit
Void
114
7.8.2
Loyalty Void: reversing an associated gift card Purchase
114
7.8.3
Loyalty Void: reversing a loyalty Redemption
115
7.9
Loyalty Refund
7.9.1
Loyalty Refund: removing loyalty points for associated
debit/credit Refund
7.9.2
Loyalty Refund: removing loyalty points for associated cash
Refund
7.9.3
Loyalty Refund: removing loyalty points for associated gift
Refund
7.9.4
Loyalty Refund: reversing a loyalty Redemption
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7.10
Redeeming coupon/voucher with gift/loyalty card
119
7.10.1 Redeeming coupon/voucher with gift/loyalty card: MSR
120
7.10.2 Redeeming coupon/voucher with gift/loyalty card: keyed entry
121
7.11
Activating and loading a gift/loyalty card
7.11.1 Activating and loading a gift/loyalty card: MSR
7.11.2 Activating and loading a gift/loyalty card: keyed entry
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7.12
Deactivating a gift/loyalty card
7.12.1 Deactivating a gift/loyalty card: MSR
7.12.2 Deactivating a gift/loyalty card: keyed entry
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7.13
Balance Inquiry for gift/loyalty card: initiating from menu bar
7.13.1 Balance Inquiry for gift/loyalty card: MSR
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Balance Inquiry for gift/loyalty card: keyed entry
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7.14
Balance Inquiry for gift card: initiating during gift Purchase
131
7.15
Balance Inquiry for loyalty card: initiating during loyalty Redemption 132
7.16
Optional procedures: gift/loyalty cards
133
7.16.1 Activating a gift/loyalty card - payment with debit/credit card:
iPP320 PINpad
133
7.16.2 Activating a gift/loyalty card - payment with debit/credit card:
MSR
134
7.16.3 Activating a gift/loyalty card - payment with debit/credit card:
keyed entry
135
7.16.4 Activating a gift/loyalty card - payment with cash
136
7.16.5 Balance due for gift dollars transaction
137
7.16.6 Balance due for loyalty dollars transaction
138
7.16.7 Balance due for loyalty points Redemption
139
RECURRING BILLING ............................................................................................................. 140
8.1
Registering a recurring transaction: keyed entry
141
8.2
Managing a recurring transaction
143
8.3
Recurring transactions report
145
VAULT ..................................................................................................................................... 147
9.1
Registering a Vault profile
9.1.1
Registering a Vault profile: unencrypted MSR
9.1.2
Registering a Vault profile: keyed entry
148
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150
9.2
Managing a Vault profile
151
9.3
Vault report
160
9.4
Hosted Vault configuration
162
REPORTS ................................................................................................................................. 163
10.1
Transactions report: debit/credit cards and cash
164
10.2
Transactions report: grouped transactions
166
10.3
Transactions report: gift/loyalty cards
167
10.4
Transactions report: cash
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10.5
Managed account updater report
169
10.6
Batches report: all card transactions
171
10.7
Exporting a report (transaction list) to a file
173
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END-OF-DAY PROCEDURE ................................................................................................... 174
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MANAGING YOUR OWN USER PROFILE ............................................................................ 175
12.1
Modifying your user profile's login information
12.1.1 Modifying your login password
12.1.2 Modifying your security questions/answers
12.1.3 Modifying your registered e-mail address
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12.2
Modifying your user profile's default transaction settings
12.2.1 Setting your Merchant Resource Center default page
12.2.2 Setting your default card entry method
12.2.3 Setting your default electronic commerce indicator
12.2.4 Setting your default display language
12.2.5 Setting your default PINpad com port number
12.2.6 Setting the default headers/fields to include a report's
transaction list
12.2.7 Setting the headers/fields to include in exported report
(transaction list)
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183
Viewing your login history
184
12.3
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ADMIN: MANAGING STORE SETTINGS/OTHER USER PROFILES.................................... 185
13.1
Adding a new user profile
186
13.2
Modifying a user profile
13.2.1 Modifying a user profile's first name/last name data
13.2.2 Modifying a user profile's password
13.2.3 Modifying a user profile's user permissions
13.2.4 Modifying a user profile's admin access level
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190
13.3
Deactivating a user profile
191
13.4
Notification settings
13.4.1 Adding an e-mail address to the notification list
13.4.2 Removing an e-mail address from the notification list
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192
13.5
Store settings
13.5.1 Automated logout setting
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13.5.3
13.5.4
13.5.5
13.5.6
13.5.7
13.5.8
13.5.9
13.5.10
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Batch close time setting
Cash payments setting
PCI mode setting
Receipt details setting
Tip setting: iPP320 PINpad
API token: regenerating the token
Asynchronous transaction response setting
Multi-store login status
Managed account updater setting
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198
13.6
Mastercard MasterPass configuration
199
13.7
Visa Checkout configuration
201
13.8
Apple Pay in-app configuration
204
13.9
Multi-store login configuration
206
13.9.1 Linking a child store to the master store
207
13.9.2 Unlinking a child store from the master store
208
13.9.3 Switching from one linked store to another linked store through
multi-store login
208
13.10 Audit logs
13.10.1 Access violations log: viewing
13.10.2 Admin changes log
13.10.3 User changes log
13.10.4 Login history
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13.11 IP access 212
13.11.1 Restricting store access to specific IP address(es)
13.11.2 Blocking an IP address when IP restrictions enforced
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13.12 Web integration options
13.12.1 DirectPost configuration
13.12.2 Hosted Paypage configuration
13.12.3 Hosted tokenization
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APPENDIX ............................................................................................................................... 218
14.1
Payment/transaction fields
218
14.2
Electronic commerce indicator (ECI)
220
14.3
Permissions
14.3.1 Admin access level
14.3.2 User permissions
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14.4
Managed account updater service
228
14.5
Level 2/3 reporting
14.5.1 Level 2/3 details fields
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230
14.6
Address verification service (AVS)
232
14.7
Using the Merchant Resource Center store in a test environment
14.7.1 Test card numbers
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14.8
Assistance and resources
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Introduction
1.1
Introduction
Powered by the Moneris Gateway, the Moneris Merchant Resource Center™ is a Webbased point-of-sale (POS) solution that enables you to process financial transactions
securely in real time and/or a batch environment. Through the Merchant Resource
Center you can also monitor transactions, pull reports, and reconcile batches.
1.2
Before you get started
Before you can process financial transactions on the Merchant Resource Center, there
are several steps that you need to follow, particularly if you intend to function as a store
administrator (see below).
Administrator users versus non-administrator users
Administrators have special responsibilities and access to functions that should be
available to regular users. For example, as an administrator, you would normally
perform duties such as adding and deleting user profiles and configuring optional
settings that affect all users logging into your Merchant Resource Center store.

If you intend to use the Merchant Resource Center as an administrator,
see Store administrator user: before you get started (page 2).

If you intend to use the Merchant Resource Center as a non-administrator user,
see Non-administrator user: before you get started (page 2).
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1.2.1
Store administrator user: before you get started
1. Ensure that your hardware meets or exceeds the following requirements:
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Internet-accessible computer.
Web browser: Internet Explorer 8 or higher with cookies enabled.
Internet connection (high speed recommended).
If you are connecting an iPP320 PINpad and/or magnetic stripe reader:

On the computer to which you will connect the iPP320 PINpad and
process transactions, you will need full admin permissions for your user
account and the Java platform installed and enabled (free download
available from java.com).
2. If you are activating a Merchant Resource Center store, ensure that you have your
Moneris Merchant ID and Store ID (refer to your Moneris Welcome e-mail for
these IDs).
3. Do one of the following:
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If you have all the required elements, go to step 4.
If you do not have the required elements, please at 1-866-319-7450
or e-mail [email protected]
4. Determine your setup requirements:
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
1.2.2
If your store is not yet activated, proceed to Activating your Merchant
Resource Center store (page 3).
If your store is already activated, proceed to Ready to use the Merchant
Resource Center? (page 4).
Non-administrator user: before you get started
5. Obtain your login credentials (store ID and password) from your store
administrator.
6. Proceed to Ready to use the Merchant Resource Center? (page 4).
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1.3
Introduction
Activating your Merchant Resource Center store
Follow the steps below to activate your Merchant Resource Center store.
Note: If your store is already activated, go to step 11.
1. Visit moneris.com/activate.
2. In the Moneris Merchant ID and Moneris Store ID fields, enter your Merchant ID
and Store ID (refer to your Moneris Welcome e-mail for these IDs).
3. Click on the Next button.
4. In the First Name and Last Name fields, enter your first name and last name.
5. In the Username and Password/Password Confirm fields, enter the username
and password under which you want to log into your store.
Note: The password must adhere to these restrictions (password fields are case
sensitive): include 7-16 characters; start with a letter; and contain a
number.
You must change your password periodically. If your password expires, you
will be prompted to create a new password.
6. Click on the Next button.
7. From each of the three Question/Answer # drop-down lists, select a question and
enter an answer in the corresponding field.
Note: Periodically you will be prompted to answer one of the questions when
logging in.
8. In the Email Address field, enter your e-mail address.
Note: Should you ever need to have your password reset, a temporary password
will be sent to this address.
9. Click on the Complete Activation button.
10. When a "Congratulations!" page displays, it means your Merchant Resource
Center store is activated.
Important! Passwords should be kept confidential and not shared with any one.
Change your password immediately if you have any reason to believe that
someone else has access to it or has tried to log into your account (see page 176).
11. Proceed to Ready to use the Merchant Resource Center? (page 4).
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1.4
Ready to use the Merchant Resource Center?
1. Do any of the following depending on your requirements:
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If you need to set up a new iPP320 PINpad, proceed to page 15.
If you do not need to set up any POS hardware (e.g., iPP320 PINpad), go to
step 2.
2. Learn more about some of the Merchant Resource Center features by reading
through the sections listed below:
Note: Some of the features referenced in this manual will not necessarily be visible
or accessible on your own Merchant Resource Center store. The features
that are visible/accessible to you during your login session are dependent
on the setup of your merchant account, the permissions for which your
store administrator has configured your user profile, and the store settings
as configured by your administrator.
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To log in/log out from the Merchant Resource Center and learn about some of
the basic features, see page 5.
To perform financial transactions with debit/credit cards and cash, see
page 23.
To perform financial transactions with gift/loyalty cards, including
activating/deactivating cards, see page 89.
To set up/manage recurring transactions, see page 140.
To set up/manage Vault profiles, see page 147.
To generate financial transaction reports, see page 163.
To configure the settings/preferences for your own user profile, see page 174.
To use the Merchant Resource Center in a test environment, see page 233.
3. If you are acting as the store administrator, configure the appropriate store
settings as desired (see page 185).
Important!
As a security precaution, you should configure the auto-logout
setting so that any user is automatically logged out after a specified period of
inactivity (see page 193).
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Merchant Resource Center basics
2.1
Logging into the Merchant Resource Center
Follow the steps below to log in/start a new session on the Merchant Resource Center.
1. Visit https://www3.moneris.com/mpg/.
2. Wait for the "Merchant Resource Center" login page (shown below) to display:
3. In the "Logon" area, enter your credentials in the fields (Username, Store ID, and
Password).
Note: You must have a valid user ID (username) and password to access the
Merchant Resource Center.
Important! Passwords should be kept confidential and not shared with any one.
Change your password immediately if you have any reason to believe that
someone else has access to it or has tried to log into your account (see page 176).
4. Click on the Submit button.
Note: You must change your password periodically. If your password expires, you
will be prompted to create a new password.
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
If prompted to select/answer three security questions, see page 10.
If prompted to change your password, enter the new password, and click on
the Submit button.
Note: The password (password fields are case sensitive) must include 7-16
characters; start with a letter; contain a number; and cannot be the
same as the previous 4 passwords.

If prompted to answer a security question, answer it, and click on the Submit
button (or Change Password button).
5. When the "Merchant Resource Center" main page displays (see page 6), you have
successfully logged in.
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2.1.1
The Merchant Resource Center main page
When you log in for the first time, the Merchant Resource Center main page (shown
below) will display.
Note: The main page will always display unless you change your default page (see page
178).
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Merchant Resource Center Basics
The menu bar
Once you are logged into the Merchant Resource Center, you will see the menu bar
(shown here) displayed near the top of the screen.

The menu bar lists the features for which your store has been enabled (for a list
of menu bar-accessible features, see page 8).
Using the menu bar
To access the functions/transactions associated with a menu-accessible feature, do the
following:
1. Click on the feature that you want to use (e.g., to use the virtual terminal feature,
click on Terminal on the menu bar).
2. Once the associated sub-menu bar displays (shown here), click on the function/
transaction that you want to access (e.g., to do a debit/credit Purchase, click on
Purchase).
3. When the "Purchase" page is displayed, you may perform the transaction.
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2.1.3
Available store features
The table below lists the Merchant Resource Center features that accessible from the
menu bar (see page 7).
Note: Only the features for which your Merchant Resource Center store has been enabled
will be accessible and/or visible.
2.2
Feature
Description
Admin
Administrative functions (see page 185).
Reports
Transaction and batch reports (see page 163).
Terminal
Virtual terminal (see page 23).
Recurring
Recurring billing (see page 140).
Gift/Loyalty
Moneris Gift/Loyalty (see page 89).
Vault
Vault (see page 147).
Help
Context-sensitive online help (see page 8).
Firstname_Lastname
Managing your own user profile (see page 175).
Accessing context-sensitive help
Context-sensitive onscreen help may be accessed from any Merchant Resource Center
page.
1. To access the help, click on Help on the menu bar.
2.3
Using the search fields
When entering data in a Merchant Resource Center search field, please note:

Search fields are not case sensitive.
Note: Password fields are case sensitive.
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You may enter just a portion of a name (e.g., if you enter "mon" or "eris" or "Neri,"
the system retrieves "Moneris" in all instances).
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2.4
Merchant Resource Center Basics
Logging out of the Merchant Resource Center
Follow the steps below to end your session and log out of the Merchant Resource Center.
1. On the menu bar, click on Firstname_Lastname > Logout.
2. When the Merchant Resource Center login page displays (see page 5), it means
you have successfully logged out.
2.5
Need to reset your login password?
1. Start on the Merchant Resource Center login page (visit
https://www3.moneris.com/mpg/ ).
2. Click on the Forgot Password? button.
3. On the "Password Reset" page, enter your credentials in the Username and Store
ID fields.
4. Click on the Submit button.
5. Answer the security question (enter the answer in the field), and click on the
Submit button.
Note: If you cannot remember the answer to your security question, contact your
store administrator and request that they reset your password. If you are
the store administrator and you cannot remember your security question,
contact [email protected] ).
6. Click on the Close Window button.
7. Wait for the temporary password to be e-mailed to you.
8. Log into the Merchant Resource Center (enter your username and the temporary
password that was e-mailed to you).
Note: You will be prompted to change the temporary password.
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2.6
Configuring your security questions and answers
The questions and answers that you configure will be used to identify you in the event
that you forget your password. (Periodically you may be prompted to answer a question
when logging in.)
1. Select a question from each of the three Security Question # drop-down lists, and
enter an answer in the corresponding Security Answer field.
Note: Each question and answer must be between 6 and 90 characters long, and
each question and answer must be different from the other
questions/answers.
2. In the Email Address field, enter your e-mail address.
Note: In the event that you need to have your login password reset, a temporary
password will be sent to this address.
3. Click on the Save Reset Password Data button.
4. When the "Merchant Resource Center" main page displays (see page 6), you have
successfully logged in.
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Merchant Resource Center Basics
Switching between Canadian/U.S. Merchant
Resource Center
Follow the steps below to switch between the Canadian Merchant Resource Center and
U.S. Merchant Resource Center.
Note: You may switch between the Merchant Resource Centers regardless of whether you
are logged into one or both (to access a Merchant Resource Center store, you must
always login using the credentials for your store).
To switch to the "Canada English" login page:
1. On the menu bar, click on the Canada - English icon.
2. Wait for the "Merchant Resource Center" page to display.
3. Confirm that the
icon is displayed on the menu bar.
To switch to the Canada French login page:
1. On the menu bar, click on the Canada - French icon.
2. Wait for the "Centre de ressources aux commerçants" page to display.
3. Confirm that the
icon is displayed on the menu bar.
To switch to the U.S. English login page:
1.
On the menu bar, click on the USA Website icon.
2.
Wait for the "Merchant Resource Center" page to display.
3. Confirm that the
icon is displayed on the menu bar..
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2.8
General guidelines for performing transactions
A financial transaction involves the transfer of funds between a cardholder's account
and your own business account.
1. Select the transaction to be processed (e.g., Terminal > Purchase or
Terminal > Refund).
2. Select a payment method/card entry method.
3. Capture the card data (e.g., manually enter the data in Merchant Resource Center
fields, or use an iPP320 PINpad or other supported POS device to capture the
data).

If an iPP320 PINpad is connected, ensure that the cardholder follows any
prompts that are displayed.
4. Wait for the Merchant Resource Center to display an "APPROVED" or "DECLINED"
response.
5. Print/e-mail a transaction receipt.
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3.1
Moneris iPP320 PINpad
The Moneris iPP320 PINpad can be used to process card-present transactions from your
Merchant Resource Center store.

To set up an iPP320 PINpad to work with your Merchant Resource Center store,
see Setting up the iPP320 PINpad (page 15).
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8
1
9
2
3
4
5
6
For names and descriptions of the labelled areas on the iPP320 PINpad, see page 14.
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To see the labelled areas on the iPP320 PINpad, see page 13.
Label
1
2
Description
Function keys (F1, F2, F3, and F4)

Select the option displayed above the key.
Alpha-Numeric keys
Cancel key (red)
3
4
5
6

Clear message displayed on the iPP320 PINpad.

Cancel transaction.
Correct key (yellow)

Clear data entered on the iPP320 PINpad.
OK / Enter key (green)

Submit data, or acknowledge a message on the iPP320 PINpad.
Chip Reader (slot at the bottom of the iPP320 PINpad)

See page 20.
Contactless Reader Indicator (green flashing light)
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8
9
14

Four lights flash: The reader is capturing card data (see page 21).

No lights flash: The reader is idle.
Display Screen/Contactless Reader

"WELCOME/BONJOUR" screen displays when the iPP320 PINpad is idle.
Magnetic Stripe Reader (slot along the side of iPP320 PINpad)

See page 20.
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Setting up the iPP320 PINpad
1. Please confirm that you received the following from Moneris:


iPP320 PINpad (see page 13).
PINpad cable: 1 x USB cable and/or 1 x serial cable and power cable.
2. Do one of the following:


If any of the above required elements are missing, contact us at
1-866-319-7450 or e-mail [email protected]
If you have all the required elements, go to step 3.
3. Do one of the following:


If your Merchant Resource Center store is activated and you have your store's
login credentials, go to step 4.
If your store is not yet activated, proceed to Before you get started (page 1).
4. On the computer to which you will connect the iPP320 PINpad, ensure that you
have:



Full admin permissions for your user account.
Internet connection (high speed recommended).
Java platform installed and enabled (free download available from java.com).
5. Do one of the following depending on how you intend to connect the iPP320
PINpad to your computer:


If you want to use an USB cable to connect the iPP320 to your computer,
proceed to Using a USB cable (page 16).
If you want to use a serial cable to connect the iPP320 to your computer,
proceed to Using a serial cable (page 17).
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Using a USB cable
1. Download and install the iPP320 USB driver
a. Visit https://esqa.moneris.com/connect/en/download/drivers/index.html.
b. Click on IPP320 USB driver, and then save the zip file to your computer.
c. Unzip and extract the executable (.exe) file, then click on it to begin the
installation process.
d. Continue clicking Next when prompted, then click on Install.
e. Once the driver is installed, proceed to step 2 (Connect the USB cable to the
iPP320 PINpad and your computer) below.
2. Connect the USB cable to the iPP320 PINpad and your computer
a. Plug the USB cable into the empty port on the
underside of the iPP320 PINpad.
b. Fold the latch down and press to secure the
cable connection to the iPP320 PINpad.
c. Plug the USB cable connector into a USB port on
your computer.
d. Wait while the iPP320 PINpad powers on.
e. When the "INIT REQUIRED" screen displays on
the iPP320 PINpad, proceed to Configuring the
iPP320 PINpad (page 18).
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Using a serial cable
1. Connect the USB cable to the iPP320 PINpad and your computer
a. Plug the serial cable into the empty port on the
underside of the iPP320 PINpad.
b. Fold the latch down and press to secure the
cable connection.
c. Plug the power cable connector into the port at
the back of the serial cable connector.
d. Plug the serial cable connector into a serial port
on your computer.
e. Plug the power cable into a working power
outlet.
f.
Wait while the iPP320 PINpad powers on.
g. When the "INIT REQUIRED" screen displays on
the iPP320 PINpad, proceed to Configuring the
iPP320 PINpad (page 18).
INIT REQUIRED
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3.1.1.1
Configuring the iPP320 PINpad
1. Access the iPP320 PINpad's "MENU" screen
a. Ensure that the "INIT REQUIRED" screen is
displayed.
b. Quickly press the function keys in the following
sequence: F2, F1, F3, and F4.
INIT REQUIRED
c. Do one of the following:

If the "MENU" screen (shown here) is
displayed, proceed to step 2 (Configure the
iPP320 PINpad's optional settings) below.

If the "INIT REQUIRED" screen is displayed,
repeat steps 1a-b of this procedure.
MENU
DISPLAY STATUS
DISPLAY
STATUS
CONFIGURATION
2. Configure the iPP320 PINpad's optional settings
a. When the "MENU" screen displays, press F2 to
scroll to CONFIGURATION.
b. Press the green
MENU
DISPLAY STATUS
CONFIGURATION
CONFIGURATION
key to continue.
c. When the "CONFIGURATION" screen displays,
press F4 (YES).
CONFIGURATION
NO
d. Press the green
key to continue.
e. When the "LANGUAGE/LANGUE" menu displays,
select a language type:
f.
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YES
YES

For English, press F1 (ENGL).

For French, press F4 (FRAN).
When the "CABLE TYPE" menu displays, select a
cable type:

If you are using a USB cable, simply press the
green
key to select USB.

If you are using a serial cable, press F2 to
scroll to RS232, and then press the green
key to select it.
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FRAN
ENGL
ENGL
USB
USB
RS232
CABLE TYPE
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g. When the "QR-CODE" screen displays, press F4
(OFF).
POS hardware
QR-CODE
ON
OFF
OFF
BEEP
h. When the "BEEP" screen displays, press F1 (ON).
i.
j.
When the "PED SERIAL NUMBER 61012345"
screen displays, press the
key to continue.
PED
SERIAL NUMBER
61012345
Wait while the IPP320 PINpad reboots.
PINPAD WILL
REBOOT IN
FEW SECONDS,
PLEASE WAIT
k. When the "INIT REQUIRED" screen displays,
proceed to Initializing the iPP320 PINpad for the
first time below.
3.1.1.2
ON
ON
OFF
INIT REQUIRED
Initializing the iPP320 PINpad for the first time
1. Identify the com port that the iPP320 PINpad is using while it is connected to your
computer (this com port will be named "SAGEM TELIUM").
Note: If you are unsure about how to identify the com ports used by peripheral
devices connected to your computer, refer to the documentation for your
computer's operating system.
2. Identify the "SAGEM TELIUM" com port number.
Note: If you are unsure about how to identify com port numbers on your
computer, refer to the documentation for your computer's operating
system.
3. If you are not already logged into the Merchant Resource Center, log in now (see
page 5).
4. Configure your Merchant Resource Center com port setting (see page 181).
5. Initialize the iPP320 PINpad (see page 63).

If you want to enable tip prompting on the iPP320, see page 195.
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3.1.2
Card entry options
3.1.2.1
Insert (chip cards)
1. Wait for the iPP320 PINpad to display "SWIPE OR INSERT CARD"
or "SWIPE, TAP OR INSERT CARD".
2. The cardholder inserts their card into the iPP320 PINpad's chip
reader.
Note: Unless the iPP320 PINpad prompts otherwise, the card
should not be swiped even if it has a magnetic stripe.
3. The cardholder may be prompted to enter data, including a PIN.
4. The cardholder leaves the chip card inserted until "REMOVE CARD" displays on the
iPP320 PINpad.
Tip for proper card insertion:
Hold the iPP320 PINpad with one hand, and insert the card in the chip reader
with the other hand (this will prevent the iPP320 PINpad's contactless reader
from inadvertently reading the card data as a contactless transaction.
Swipe (magnetic stripe cards)
3.1.2.2
Note: If the card has a chip, it must be inserted (see above).
1. Wait for the iPP320 PINpad to display "SWIPE OR INSERT CARD"
or "SWIPE, TAP OR INSERT CARD".
2. You or the cardholder swipes their card on the iPP320 PINpad's
magnetic stripe reader.
Note: If the card is a credit card, you should swipe the card.

If the card is a debit card, the cardholder will be prompted to
enter a PIN.
Tip for proper card swipe:
Hold the iPP320 PINpad with one hand, and swipe the card in the magnetic stripe
reader with the other hand (this will prevent the iPP320 PINpad's internal
contactless reader from inadvertently reading the card data).
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Wave/tap: contactless cards
1. Wait for the iPP320 PINpad to display "SWIPE, TAP OR INSERT
CARD".
2. The cardholder taps/waves their card over the iPP320 PINpad's
display screen:
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

Only Purchases and Refunds can be performed as
contactless transactions.
The cardholder will not be prompted for a PIN.
The transaction amount must be equal to or less than the card's maximum
Contactless Dollar Value (see below).
3. The iPP320 PINpad beeps and four green lights flash when the contactless reader
is reading the card data.
* In this manual, the term "contactless card" refers to a contactless-enabled card
(supported brands include Visa®, MasterCard®, American Express®, Discover®,
and Interac®) or other items such as a key fob, mobile tag, or mobile device (e.g., a
smartphone, tablet, or smartwatch; the cardholder is responsible for any related
software on their mobile device including downloading any required apps and
loading their card information into their digital wallet).
Maximum Contactless Dollar Value (CDV)
To determine the maximum CDV for a card type, contact Moneris.


Credit cards: If a credit card is tapped for an amount that exceeds its maximum
CDV, the iPP320 PINpad will display "TAP FAILED PLEASE RETRY".
Debit cards: If a debit card is tapped for an amount that exceeds its maximum
CDV, the iPP320 PINpad will display "MUST INSERT CARD".
Tips for proper card tap/wave:


The card must be within 0.5 in. (1.3 cm) of the iPP320 PINpad's display screen, but
it does not have to touch it.
The card must be tapped or waved by itself. It should not be waved while in a
wallet with other cards.
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3.1.2.4
Manual card entry
You may manually enter the card number for credit cards and some chip debit cards.
1. Initiate the debit/credit transaction (e.g., Terminal > Purchase).
2. As the payment method, select Debit/credit - Pinpad.
3. Checkmark the Enable manual card input box box.
4. For detailed instructions, see page 26 (Purchase), 35 (Preauthorization), and
page 56 (Independent Refund).
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Virtual terminal
Using the virtual terminal feature, you may perform debit/credit transactions such as
Purchases, Preauthorizations, and Refunds (for full listing of available transactions, refer
to the table below).
Transaction type
card type /tender
See procedure on:
Purchase1
debit/credit
page 24
Purchase
cash
page 31
Group Purchase
debit2/credit
page 32
Preauthorization3
debit2/credit
page 33
Capture (Preauthorization)4
debit2/credit
page 43
Voice Authorization
debit2/credit
page 47
Void
debit/credit
page 50
Refund
debit/credit
page 51
Independent Refund
debit/credit
page 54
Card Verification
debit2/credit
page 60
Chip Initialization5
debit/credit
page 63
1
To set up a recurring Purchase, see page 140.
2
Applies only to some chip debit cards.
3
For Reauthorization, see page 42.
4
For Reauthorization Capture, see page 45.
5
Initializes the iPP320 PINpad (This is not a financial transaction.)
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4.1
Purchase with debit/credit card
Debit/credit card sale of goods and services.

For a listing of supported card entry methods, including the associated
procedures describing how to use them to perform this transaction, refer to the
table below:
Card entry method
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See procedure on:
iPP320 PINpad
page 25
iPP320 PINpad (manual)
page 26
unencrypted MSR
page 28
Vault profile
page 29
keyed (manual) entry
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4.1.1
Virtual terminal
Purchase with debit/credit card: iPP320 PINpad
Follow the steps below to perform a debit/credit Purchase by capturing debit/credit card
data (insert, tap, or swipe) with an iPP320 PINpad.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Purchase.
2. Wait for the "Purchase" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Debit/Credit - Pinpad from the drop-down
list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. Ensure that the Enable manual card input box is unmarked.
b. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
c. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
d. In the Amount field, enter the Purchase amount (#.##).
5. Click on the Process Transaction button.
6. When "Establishing communication with pinpad" displays on the "Purchase"
page, wait.
7. When "Please follow prompts on pinpad" displays on the "Purchase" page,
see page 78.
8. When the "APPROVED or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Purchase" page,
the transaction is complete:


If Moneris Loyalty is enabled and you want to award loyalty points, see
page 100.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass awarding
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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4.1.2
Purchase with debit/credit card: iPP320 (manual card
entry)
Follow the steps below to perform a credit Purchase by manually entering (keying) credit
card data on an iPP320 PINpad.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Purchase.
2. Wait for the "Purchase" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Debit/Credit - Pinpad from the drop-down
list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. Checkmark the Enable manual card input box.
b. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
c. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
d. In the Amount field, enter the Purchase amount (#.##).
5. Click on the Process Transaction button.
6. When "Establishing communication with pinpad" displays on the "Purchase"
page, wait.
7. When "Please follow prompts on pinpad" displays on the "Purchase" page, do the
following:
a. When "SWIPE, TAP OR INSERT CARD" (or "SWIPE OR INSERT CARD") displays on
the iPP320 PINpad, key in the card account number, and press the green
key.
b. When "EXPIRY DATE MMYY" displays on the iPP320 PINpad, key in the card
key.
expiry date (MMYY), and press the green

If "PURCHASE $#.##-OK?" displays on the iPP320 PINpad, see page 81.
c. When "PLEASE WAIT" displays on the iPP320 PINpad, wait.
d. When "APPROVED THANK YOU OBTAIN CARD" displays on the iPP320 PINpad,
press the green
key (return the card to the cardholder).
8. When the "APPROVED or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Purchase" page,
the transaction is complete:
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If Moneris Loyalty is enabled and you want to award loyalty points, see
page 100.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass awarding
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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4.1.3
Purchase with debit/credit card: unencrypted MSR
Follow the steps below to perform a credit Purchase by using an unencrypted magnetic
stripe reader to capture the credit card data.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Purchase.
2. Wait for the "Purchase" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Credit Card - MSR from the drop-down list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.


If the Customer Code field displays, optionally enter a customer code.
If the Invoice Number field displays, optionally enter an invoice number.
d. In the Amount field, enter the Purchase amount (#.##).
e. In the Card Verification Digits field, enter the card verification digits.


If the "Address Verification" area displays, enter the billing address data in
the Street Number, Street Name (use also to enter PO box data), and
Zip/Postal Code fields (for a post office box, checkmark PO Box).
To add order details (shipping/billing and product details), see page 64.
5. Click on the Swipe Card button.
6. When "Please swipe credit card now" displays on the "Purchase" page, swipe the
card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.

If the Proceed with Level 2/3 button and the Proceed with Purchase button
display on the "Purchase" page, see page 65.
7. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Purchase" page,
the transaction is complete:


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see page 100.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass awarding
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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Virtual terminal
Purchase with debit/credit card: Vault profile
Follow the steps below to perform a credit Purchase by sourcing credit card data from a
Vault profile.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Purchase.
2. Wait for the "Purchase" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Vault Profile - Keyed Entry from the dropdown list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
a. In the Data Key field, enter the data key of the Vault profile from which you
want to source the card data.
b. Click on the Verify Data Key button.
c. Confirm that the Credit Card Number and Expiry Date fields are populated
with the correct card data.
d. In the Card Verification Digits field, enter the card verification digits.

If the "Address Verification" area displays, confirm that the Street
Number, Street Name, and Zip/Postal Code fields are populated with the
correct billing address data.
5. In the "Payment Details" area, fill in the remaining fields:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.
d. In the Amount field, enter the Purchase amount (#.##).
e. From the "ECI Indicator" drop-down list, select an e-commerce descriptor.

To add order details (shipping/billing and product details), see page 64.
6. Click on the Process Transaction button.
7. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Purchase" page,
the transaction is complete:


If Moneris Loyalty is enabled and you want to award loyalty points, see
page 100.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass awarding
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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4.1.5
Purchase with debit/credit card: keyed entry
Follow the steps below to perform a credit Purchase by manually entering (keying) credit
card data on an iPP320 PINpad.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Purchase.
2. Wait for the "Purchase" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Credit Card - Keyed Entry from the dropdown list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.


If the Customer Code field displays, optionally enter a customer code.
If the Invoice Number field displays, optionally enter an invoice number.
d. In the Amount field, enter the Purchase amount (#.##).
e. In the Credit Card Number field, enter the card account number.
f.
In the Expiry Date field, enter the card expiry date (MMYY).
g. In the Card Verification Digits field, enter the card verification digits.
h. From the "ECI Indicator" drop-down list, select an e-commerce descriptor.


If the "Address Verification" area displays, enter the billing address data in
the Street Number, Street Name (use also to enter PO box data), and
Zip/Postal Code fields (for a post office box, checkmark PO Box).
To add order details (shipping/billing and product details), see page 64.
5. Click on the Process Transaction button.

If the Proceed with Level 2/3 button and Proceed with Purchase button
display on the "Purchase" page, see page 65.
6. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Purchase" page,
the transaction is complete:


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page 100.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass awarding
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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Virtual terminal
Purchase with cash
Cash sale of goods and services. Follow the steps below to perform a cash Purchase by
manually entering (keying) the transaction data in the Merchant Resource Center fields.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Purchase.
2. Wait for the "Purchase" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Cash from the drop-down list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Amount field, enter the Purchase amount (#.##).
d. In the Amount Tendered field, optionally enter the dollar amount tendered by
the customer.
Note: The Change Due field will automatically display the dollar amount
owed to the customer.
5. Click on the Complete button.
6. When the "APPROVED" response displays on the "Purchase" page, the transaction
is complete:


If Moneris Loyalty is enabled and you want to award loyalty points, see
page 103.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass awarding
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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4.3
Group Purchase with debit/credit card
Follow the steps below to perform two or more credit Purchases simultaneously by
manually entering (keying) credit card data in the Merchant Resource Center fields.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for any transaction(s) in the group.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Group Purchase.
2. Wait for the "Group Purchase" page to display.
3. Enter the payment details for the Purchase that you want to add to the group:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Amount field, enter the Purchase amount (#.##).
d. In the Credit Card Number field, enter the card account number.
e. In the Expiry Date field, enter the card expiry date (MMYY).
f.
In the Card Verification Digits field, enter the card verification digits.
g. From the ECI drop-down list, select an e-commerce descriptor.
h. Click on the Add Transaction to Group button.
4. When the new transaction displays on the "Group Purchase" page, do one of the
following:


To add another Purchase to the group, repeat step 3.
To continue without adding another Purchase to the group, go to step 5.
5. Click on the Process Transactions button.
6. When the group ticket number (e.g., "Group Ticket # : 12345678123456") displays
on the page, click on the View Results button.
7. When the "Group Transaction Reports" page displays, refer to the "Transaction
List" and confirm that each Purchase was "APPROVED" or "DECLINED".
8. Do the following:
a. In the "Transaction List" area, click on the Order ID (see "ORDER ID" column) of
one of the Purchase transactions.
b. When the transaction's "Order History" page displays, print/e-mail the
transaction receipt (see page 83).
c. Repeat step 8 for any remaining Purchase listed in the "Transaction List" area.
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Preauthorization with debit/credit card
Preauthorizes an amount on a credit card.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.

For a listing of supported card entry methods, including the associated
procedures describing how to use them to perform this transaction, refer to the
table below:
Card entry method
See procedure on:
iPP320 PINpad
page 34
iPP320 PINpad (manual)
page 35
unencrypted MSR
page 37
Vault profile
page 38
keyed (manual) entry
page 40
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Preauthorization with debit/credit card: iPP320 PINpad
Preauthorizes an amount on a credit card. Follow the steps below to perform a credit
Preauthorization by capturing credit card data (insert or swipe) with an iPP320 PINpad.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
Important!
To receive the funds for this transaction, you must perform a debit/credit
Capture at a later time (see Capturing a debit/credit Preauthorization on page 43).
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Preauth.
2. Wait for the "Preauth" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Debit/Credit - Pinpad from the drop-down
list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Amount field, enter the Preauthorization amount (#.##).
5. Click on the Process Transaction button.
6. When "Establishing communication with pinpad" displays on the "Preauth" page,
wait.
7. When "Please follow prompts on pinpad" displays on the "Preauth" page, see
page 78.
8. When the "APPROVED or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Preauth" page, the
transaction is complete:
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see page 105.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass allocating
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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Preauthorization with debit/credit card: iPP320 PINpad
(manual card entry)
Preauthorizes an amount on a credit card. Follow the steps below to perform a credit
Preauthorization by manually entering (keying) the credit card data on an iPP320
PINpad.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
Important!
To receive the funds for this transaction, you must perform a debit/credit
Capture at a later time (see page 43).
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Preauth.
2. Wait for the "Preauth" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Debit/Credit - Pinpad from the drop-down
list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. Checkmark the Enable manual card input box.
b. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
c. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
d. In the Amount field, enter the Preauthorization amount (#.##).
5. Click on the Process Transaction button.
6. When "Establishing communication with pinpad" displays on the "Preauth" page,
wait.
7. When "Please follow prompts on pinpad" displays on the "Preauth" page, do the
following:
a. When "SWIPE OR INSERT CARD" displays on the iPP320 PINpad, key in the card
key.
account number, and press the green
b. When "EXPIRY DATE MMYY" displays on the iPP320 PINpad, key in the card
expiry date (MMYY), and press the green
key.
c. When "PLEASE WAIT" displays on the iPP320 PINpad, wait.
d. When "APPROVED THANK YOU OBTAIN CARD" displays on the iPP320 PINpad,
press the green
key.
8. When the "APPROVED or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Preauth" page, the
transaction is complete:
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105.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass allocating
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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Preauthorization with debit/credit card: unencrypted MSR
Preauthorizes an amount on a credit card. Follow the steps below to perform a credit
Preauthorization by using an unencrypted magnetic stripe reader to capture credit card
data.
Important!
To receive the funds for this transaction, you must perform a debit/credit
Capture at a later time (see page 43).
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction. If your store is enabled for
level 2/3 reporting (see page 229) and you swipe a purchasing card, you may be
prompted to add level 2/3 details during the Capture.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Preauth.
2. Wait for the "Preauth" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Credit Card - MSR from the drop-down list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.
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If the Customer Code field displays, optionally enter a customer code.
If the Invoice Number field displays, optionally enter an invoice number.
d. In the Amount field, enter the Preauthorization amount (#.##).
e. In the Card Verification Digits field, enter the card verification digits.
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If the "Address Verification" area displays, enter the billing address data in
the Street Number, Street Name (use also to enter PO box data), and
Zip/Postal Code fields (for a post office box, checkmark PO Box).
To add order details (shipping/billing and product details), see page 64.
5. Click on the Swipe Card button.
6. When "Please swipe credit card now" displays on the "Preauth" page, swipe the
card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
7. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Preauth" page,
the transaction is complete:
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If Moneris Loyalty is enabled and you want to allocate loyalty points,
see page 105.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass allocating
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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4.4.4
Preauthorization with debit/credit card: Vault profile
Preauthorizes an amount on a credit card. Follow the steps below to perform a credit
Preauthorization by sourcing credit card data from a Vault profile.
Important!
To receive the funds for this transaction, you must perform a debit/credit
Capture at a later time (see page 43).
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction. If a purchasing card is
registered to the Vault profile and your store is enabled for level 2/3 reporting (see
page 229), you may be prompted to add level 2/3 details during the Capture.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Preauth.
2. Wait for the "Preauth" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Vault Profile - Keyed Entry from the dropdown list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
a. In the Data Key field, enter the data key of the Vault profile from which you
want to source the card data.
b. Click on the Verify Data Key button.
c. Confirm that the Credit Card Number and Expiry Date fields are populated
with the correct card data.
d. In the Card Verification Digits field, enter the card verification digits.

If the "Address Verification" area displays, confirm that the Street
Number, Street Name (use also to enter PO box data), and Zip/Postal Code
fields are populated with the correct address data.
5. In the "Payment Details" area, fill in the remaining fields:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.
d. In the Amount field, enter the Preauthorization amount (#.##).
e. From the "ECI Indicator" drop-down list, select an e-commerce descriptor.

To add order details (shipping/billing and product details), see page 64.
6. Click on the Process Transaction button.
7. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Preauth" page,
the transaction is complete:
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If Moneris Loyalty is enabled and you want to allocate loyalty points, see
page 105.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass allocating
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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4.4.5
Preauthorization with debit/credit card: keyed entry
Preauthorizes an amount on a credit card. Follow the steps below to perform a credit
Preauthorization by manually entering (keying) credit card data in the Merchant
Resource Center fields.
Important!
To receive the funds for this transaction, you must perform a debit/credit
Capture at a later time (see page 43).
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction. If your store is enabled for
level 2/3 reporting (see page 229) and you enter a purchasing card, you may be
prompted to add level 2/3 details during the Capture.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Preauth.
2. Wait for the "Preauth" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Credit Card - Keyed Entry from the dropdown list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.
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
If the Customer Code field displays, optionally enter a customer code.
If the Invoice Number field displays, optionally enter an invoice number.
d. In the Amount field, enter the Preauthorization amount (#.##).
e. In the Credit Card Number field, enter the card account number.
f.
In the Expiry Date field, enter the card expiry date (MMYY).
g. In the Card Verification Digits field, enter the card verification digits.
h. From the "ECI Indicator" drop-down list, select an e-commerce descriptor.


If the "Address Verification" area displays, enter the billing address in the
Street Number, Street Name (use also to enter PO box data), and
Zip/Postal Code fields (for a post office box, checkmark PO Box).
To add order details (shipping/billing and product details), see page 64.
5. Click on the Process Transaction button.
6. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Preauth" page,
the transaction is complete:
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If Moneris Loyalty is enabled and you want to allocate loyalty points, see
page 105.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass allocating
points, process the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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4.5
Reauthorization with debit/credit card
Follow the steps below to re-authorize another hold on the unused funds of a
debit/credit Preauthorization that has already been partially captured.
Important!
To receive the funds for this transaction, you must perform a debit/credit
Capture at a later time (see page 45).
Note: If your store is enabled for level 2/3 reporting (see page 229) and the original
Preauthorization was performed with a purchasing card, you may be prompted to
add level 2/3 details during the Capture.
1. Retrieve the original debit/credit Preauthorization that you want to reauthorize
(see page 164).
2. When the Transaction report is generated, locate the original debit/credit
Preauthorization that you want to reauthorize, and then click on its
corresponding Reauth button.
3. Wait for the "Reauth" page to display, and then do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Reauth Order Id field, optionally enter a Reauth Order ID.
b. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.
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If the Customer Code field displays, optionally enter a customer code.
If the Invoice Number field displays, optionally enter an invoice number.
c. In the Amount field, enter the Reauthorization amount (#.##).
4. Click on the Process Transaction button.
5. When the "APPROVED" or" DECLINED" response displays on the "Reauth" page, the
transaction is complete.
6. Print/e-mail the debit/credit Reauthorization receipt now (see page 83).
Note: Moneris loyalty points cannot be allocated (awarded) for a Reauthorization
transaction.
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Capturing a debit/credit Preauthorization
Follow the steps below to capture a debit/credit Preauthorization (see page 33) so that
the authorized funds are transferred to your account at settlement.
Note: If you are capturing a Preauthorization that was originally performed on an
iPP320 PINpad (insert or swipe), ensure that the same iPP320 PINpad is connected
to your computer while you are performing the Capture.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Capture.
2. Wait for the "Capture/Preauth Completion" page to display.
3. In the Order ID field, enter the Order ID of the original debit/credit
Preauthorization that you want to capture.
Note: If you only have a partial Order ID, mark the begins with or the ends with
radio button.
4. Click on the Locate Transaction button.
5. In the "Transaction List" area, locate the Preauthorization that you want to
capture, and then click on its corresponding Capture button.
6. Wait for the "Transaction Details" area to display, and then do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.
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
If the Customer Code field displays, optionally enter a customer code.
If the Invoice Number field displays, optionally enter an invoice number.
b. In the Amount field, do one of the following:

To capture the Preauthorization, enter the amount (#.##) that you want
to capture.
Note: If the Preauthorization is captured for an amount that is less than
the original Preauthorization amount, the un-captured amount
will for a period of time remain available for a subsequent
Reauthorization (see page 42).

To cancel the Preauthorization and release the funds, enter a zero-dollar
amount (0.00).
c. If the Add Level 2/3 Details button displays, do one of the following:


To add level 2/3 details to the Capture, see page 66.
To proceed without adding level 2/3 details to the capture, go to step 7.
7. Click on the Process Transaction button.
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
If "Establishing communication with pinpad" displays on the "Capture" page,
wait while the Merchant Resource Center communicates with the iPP320
PINpad (you will not need to pass the iPP320 PINpad back and forth to the
cardholder).
8. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Capture" page,
the transaction is complete:
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and you now want to award the points, seepage 106.
If did not award loyalty points for the original transaction, print/e-mail the
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Capturing a debit/credit Reauthorization
Follow the steps below to capture a debit/credit Reauthorization (see page 42) so that
the authorized funds are transferred to your account at settlement.
Note: If you are capturing a Reauthorization that was originally a Preauthorization
performed on an iPP320 PINpad (insert or swipe), ensure that the same iPP320
PINpad is connected to your computer while you are performing the Capture.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Capture.
2. Wait for the "Capture/Preauth Completion" page to display.
3. In the Order ID field, enter the Order ID of the original debit/credit
Reauthorization that you want to capture.
Note: If you only have a partial Order ID, mark the begins with or the ends with
radio button.
4. Click on the Locate Transaction button.
5. In the "Transaction List" area, locate the Reauthorization that you want to
capture, and then click on its corresponding Capture button.
6. Wait for the "Transaction Details" area to display, and then do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.
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If the Customer Code field displays, optionally enter a customer code.
If the Invoice Number field displays, optionally enter an invoice number.
b. In the Amount field, do one of the following:

To capture the Reauthorization, enter the amount (#.##) that you want to
capture.
Note: If the Reauthorization is captured for an amount that is less than
the original Reauthorization amount, the un-captured amount will
for a period of time remain available for a subsequent
Reauthorization.

To cancel the Reauthorization and release the funds, enter a zero-dollar
amount (0.00).
c. If the Add Level 2/3 Details button displays, do one of the following:


To add level 2/3 details to the Capture, see page 70.
To proceed without adding level 2/3 details to the Capture, go to step 7.
7. Click on the Process Transaction button.
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If "Establishing communication with pinpad" displays on the "Capture" page,
wait while the Merchant Resource Center communicates with the iPP320
PINpad (you will not need to pass the iPP320 PINpad back and forth to the
cardholder).
8. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Capture" page,
the transaction is complete.
9. Print/e-mail the debit/credit Capture receipt now (see page 83).
Note: Moneris loyalty points cannot be awarded for the capture of a
Reauthorization transaction.
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Voice Authorization-Advice with debit/credit card
Credit card sale of goods and services using authorization code obtained from an IVR
system.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.

For a listing of supported card entry methods, including the associated
procedures describing how to use them to perform this transaction, refer to the
table below:
Card entry method
See procedure on:
unencrypted MSR
page 48
keyed (manual) entry
page 49
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4.8.1
Voice Authorization-Advice with debit/credit card:
unencrypted MSR
Credit card sale of goods and services using authorization code obtained from an IVR
system. Follow the steps below to perform a credit Voice Authorization-Advice using an
unencrypted magnetic stripe reader to capture the credit card data.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Voice Auth.
2. Wait for the "Voice Authorization/Advice" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Credit Card - MSR from the drop-down list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.
d. In the Auth Code field, enter the authorization code that you obtained when
you called to authorize this transaction.
e. In the Amount field, enter the Voice Authorization/Advice transaction
amount (#.##).
5. Click on the Swipe Card button.
6. When "Please swipe credit card now" displays on the "Authorization/Advice"
page, swipe the card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
7. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Voice
Authorization/Advice" page, the transaction is complete:
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page 102.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass awarding
points, print/e-mail the Voice Authorization-Advice receipt now (see page 83).
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Voice Authorization-Advice with debit/credit card: keyed
entry
Credit card sale of goods and services using authorization code obtained from an IVR
system. Follow the steps below to perform a credit Voice Authorization-Advice by
manually entering (keying) credit card data in the Merchant Resource Center fields.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Voice Auth.
2. Wait for the "Voice Authorization/Advice" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Credit Card - Keyed Entry from the dropdown list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.
d. In the Auth Code field, enter the authorization code that you obtained when
you called to authorize this transaction.
e. In the Amount field, enter the Voice Authorization/Advice transaction
amount (#.##).
f.
In the Credit Card Number field, enter the card account number.
g. In the Expiry Date field, enter the card expiry date (MMYY).
h. From the "ECI Indicator" drop-down list, select an e-commerce descriptor.
5. Click on the Process Transaction button.
6. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Voice
Authorization/Advice" page, the transaction is complete:


If Moneris Loyalty is enabled and you want to award loyalty points, see
page 102.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass awarding
points, print/e-mail the Voice Authorization-Advice receipt now (see page 83).
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4.9
Void with debit/credit card
Follow the steps below to reverse (cancel) a Merchant Resource Center-referenced
debit/credit card Purchase, Capture, or Voice Authorization-Advice in an open batch.
Note: To reverse a Merchant Resource Center-referenced credit transaction in a closed
batch, you must perform a credit Refund (see page 51).
To reverse any debit/credit transaction that is unreferenced on the Merchant
Resource Center, you must perform an Independent Refund (see page 54).
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Void.
2. Wait for the "Void" page to display.
3. In the Order ID field, enter the Order ID of the original transaction that you want
to reverse.
Note: If you only have a partial Order ID, mark the begins with or the ends with
radio button.
4. Click on the Locate Transaction button.
5. Wait for the "Void" page to display.
6. In the "Transaction List" area, click on the Void button beside the transaction that
you want to reverse.
7. In the "Transaction Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
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If the Customer Code field displays, optionally enter a customer code.
If the Invoice Number field displays, optionally enter an invoice number.
8. Click on the Process Transaction button.
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If "Establishing communication with pinpad" displays on the "Void" page,
wait until "Please follow prompts on pinpad" displays (see page 78).
9. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Void" page, the
transaction is complete:
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transaction, see page 114.
If you did not award loyalty points for the original transaction, print/e-mail
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4.10 Refund with debit/credit card
Follow the steps below to fully or partially reverse (refund) a Merchant Resource Centerreferenced credit card Purchase, Capture, or Voice Authorization-Advice in a closed
batch.
Note: To reverse a Merchant Resource Center-referenced debit card transaction, you must
do a Void (see page 50). If you cannot retrieve the transaction using the Void
function, try doing a Refund by following the steps below.
To reverse any debit/credit card transaction that is unreferenced on the Merchant
Resource Center, you must do an Independent Refund (see page 54).
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Refund.
2. Wait for the "Refund" page to display.
3. In the Order ID field, enter the Order ID of the original transaction that you want
to reverse.
Note: If you only have a partial Order ID, mark the begins with or the ends with
radio button.
4. Click on the Locate Transaction button.
5. Wait for the "Refund" page to display.
6. In the "Transaction List" area, click on the Refund button beside the transaction
that you want to reverse.
7. In the "Transaction Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Amount field, enter the amount to be refunded (#.##); otherwise, leave
the displayed amount as is to refund the full amount of the original
transaction.
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If the Customer Code field displays, optionally enter a customer code.
If the Invoice Number field displays, optionally enter an invoice number.
b. If the Add Level 2/3 Details button displays, do one of the following:

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To add level 2/3 details to the Refund, see page 74.
To proceed without adding level 2/3 details to the Refund, go to step 8.
8. Click on the Process Transaction button.

If "Establishing communication with pinpad" displays on the "Refund" page,
wait until "Please follow prompts on pinpad" displays (see page 78).
9. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Refund" page, the
transaction is complete:
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transaction, see page 117.
If did not award loyalty points for the original transaction, print/e-mail the
Refund receipt now (see page 83).
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4.11 Refund with cash
Follow the steps below to fully or partially reverse (refund) a cash transaction. You will
manually enter (key) all transaction data in the Merchant Resource Center fields.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Refund.
2. Wait for the "Refund" page to display.
3. In the Order ID field, enter the Order ID of the original transaction that you want
to reverse.
Note: If you only have a partial Order ID, mark the begins with or the ends with
radio button.
4. Click on the Locate Transaction button.
5. Wait for the "Refund" page to display.
6. In the "Transaction List" area, click on the Refund button beside the transaction
that you want to reverse.
7. In the Amount field, enter the amount to be refunded (#.##); otherwise, leave the
displayed amount as is to refund the full amount of the original transaction.
8. Click on the Process Transaction button.
9. When the "APPROVED" response displays on the "Refund" page, the transaction is
complete:
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If you want to remove any Moneris loyalty points awarded for the original
transaction, see page 117.
If did not award loyalty points for the original transaction, print/e-mail the
Refund receipt now (see page 83).
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4.12 Independent Refund with debit/credit card
Reverse (refund) a debit/credit card transaction that is unreferenced on the Merchant
Resource Center.

For a listing of supported card entry methods, including the associated
procedures describing how to use them to perform this transaction, refer to the
table below:
Card entry method
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iPP320 PINpad
page 55
iPP320 PINpad (manual)
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unencrypted MSR
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Vault profile
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Independent Refund with debit/credit card: iPP320 PINpad
Follow the steps below to fully or partially reverse (refund) a debit/credit card
transaction that is unreferenced on the Merchant Resource Center. You will use an
iPP320 PINpad to capture the card data via insert, tap, or swipe.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Independent Refund.
2. Wait for the "Independent Refund" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Debit/Credit - Pinpad from the drop-down
list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. Ensure that the Enable manual card input box is unmarked.
b. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
c. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
d. In the Amount field, enter the Independent Refund amount (#.##).
5. Click on the Process Transaction button.
6. When "Establishing communication with pinpad" displays on the "Independent
Refund" page, wait.
7. When "Please follow prompts on pinpad" displays on the "Independent Refund"
page, see page 78.
8. When the "APPROVED or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Independent
Refund" page, the transaction is complete.
9. Print/e-mail the Independent Refund receipt now (see page 83).
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4.12.2
Independent Refund with debit/credit card: iPP320 PINpad
(manual card entry)
Follow the steps below to fully or partially reverse (refund) a debit/credit card
transaction that is unreferenced on the Merchant Resource Center. You will manually
enter (key) the card data on an iPP320 PINpad.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Independent Refund.
2. Wait for the "Independent Refund" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Debit/Credit - Pinpad from the drop-down
list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. Checkmark the Enable manual card input box.
b. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
c. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
d. In the Amount field, enter the Independent Refund amount (#.##).
5. Click on the Process Transaction button.
6. When "Establishing communication with pinpad" displays on the "Independent
Refund" page, wait.
7. When "Please follow prompts on pinpad" displays on the "Independent Refund"
page, do the following:
a. When "SWIPE, TAP OR INSERT CARD" (or "SWIPE OR INSERT CARD") displays on
the iPP320 PINpad, key in the card account number, and press the green
key.
b. When "EXPIRY DATE MMYY" displays on the iPP320 PINpad, key in the card
key.
expiry date (MMYY), and press the green
c. When "PLEASE WAIT" displays on the iPP320 PINapad, wait.
d. When "APPROVED THANK YOU OBTAIN CARD" displays on the iPP320 PINpad,
key (return the card to the cardholder).
press the green
8. When the "APPROVED or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Independent
Refund" page, the transaction is complete.
9. Print/e-mail the Independent Refund receipt now (see page 83).
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Independent Refund with debit/credit card:
unencrypted MSR
Follow the steps below to fully or partially reverse (refund) a debit/credit card
transaction that is unreferenced on the Merchant Resource Center. You will use an
unencrypted magnetic stripe reader to capture the card data.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Independent Refund.
2. Wait for the "Independent Refund" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Credit Card- MSR from the drop-down list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.
d. In the Amount field, enter the amount to be refunded (#.##).
5. Click on the Swipe Card button.
6. When "Please swipe credit card now" displays on the "Independent Refund" page,
swipe the card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
7. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Independent
Refund" page, the transaction is complete.
8. Print/e-mail the Independent Refund receipt now (see page 83).
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4.12.4
Independent Refund with debit/credit card: Vault profile
Follow the steps below use credit card data sourced from a Vault profile to fully or
partially reverse (refund) a debit/credit card transaction that is unreferenced on the
Merchant Resource Center.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Independent Refund.
2. Wait for the "Independent Refund" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Vault Profile - Keyed Entry from the dropdown list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Data Key field, enter the data key of the Vault profile from which you
want to source the card data.
b. Click on the Verify Data Key button.
c. Confirm that the Credit Card Number and Expiry Date fields are populated
with the correct card data.
d. In the Card Verification Digits field, enter the card verification digits.
5. In the "Payment Details" area, fill in the remaining fields:
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Amount field, enter the Independent Refund amount (#.##).
d. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.
6. Click on the Process Transaction button.
7. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Independent
Refund" page, the transaction is complete.
8. Print/e-mail the Independent Refund receipt now (see page 83).
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Independent Refund with debit/credit card: keyed entry
Follow the steps below to fully or partially reverse (refund) a debit/credit card
transaction that is unreferenced on the Merchant Resource Center. You will manually
enter (key) the card data in the Merchant Resource Center fields.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Independent Refund.
2. Wait for the "Independent Refund" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Credit Card - Keyed Entry from the dropdown list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
a. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.
b. In the Amount field, enter the Purchase amount (#.##).
c. In the Credit Card Number field, enter the card account number.
d. In the Expiry Date field, enter the card expiry date (MMYY).
e. In the Card Verification Digits field, enter the card verification digits.
f.
From the "ECI Indicator" drop-down list, select an e-commerce descriptor.
5. Click on the Process Transaction button.
6. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Independent
Refund" page, the transaction is complete.
7. Print/e-mail the Independent Refund receipt now (see page 83).
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4.13 Card Verification with debit/credit card
Obtain card and address verification without charging the cardholder’s credit card (e.g.,,
you may want to verify that a credit card is valid before storing the card number on file
for future payments (e.g., recurring billing, registering the card in a Vault profile, etc.).
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
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For a listing of supported card entry methods, including the associated
procedures describing how to use them to perform this transaction, refer to the
table below:
Card entry method
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unencrypted MSR
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keyed (manual) entry
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Card Verification with debit/credit card: unencrypted MSR
Follow the steps below to perform a Card Verification with a credit card by using an
unencrypted magnetic stripe reader to capture the card data.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Verification.
2. Wait for the "Card Verification" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Credit Card - MSR from the drop-down list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.

If the "Address Verification" area displays, enter the billing address data in
the Street Number, Street Name (use also to enter PO box data), and
Zip/Postal Code fields (for a post office box, checkmark PO Box).
5. Click on the Swipe Card button.
6. When "Please swipe credit card now" displays on the "Card Verification" page,
swipe the card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
7. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Card Verification"
page, the transaction is complete.
8. Print/e-mail the Card Verification receipt (see page 83).
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4.13.2
Card Verification with debit/credit card: keyed entry
Follow the steps below to perform a Card Verification with a credit card by manually
entering (keying) the card data in the Merchant Resource Center fields.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
1. On the menu bar, click on Terminal > Verification.
2. Wait for the "Card Verification" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Method" area, select Credit Card - Keyed Entry from the dropdown list.
4. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Credit Card Number field, enter the card account number.
d. In the Expiry Date field, enter the card expiry date (MMYY).
e. From the "ECI Indicator" drop-down list, select an e-commerce descriptor.

If the "Address Verification" area displays, enter the billing address data in
the Street Number, Street Name (use also to enter PO box data), and
Zip/Postal Code fields (for a post office box, checkmark PO Box).
5. Click on the Process Transaction button.
6. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Card Verification"
page, the transaction is complete.
7. Print/e-mail the Card Verification receipt (see page 83).
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4.14 Chip Initialization
Follow the steps below to initialize an iPP320 PINpad (see page 13) that is connected to
your computer and registered to your Merchant Resource Center store.
1. On the menu, click on Terminal > Chip Initialization.
2. When "Establishing communication with pinpad" displays on the "Chip
Initialization" page, wait.
3. When "Downloading pinpad parameters from the host" displays on the
"Chip Initialization" page, wait.
Note: The iPP320 PINpad displays "PLEASE WAIT" during this process.


If a Moneris "TerminalApplet" warning displays on your computer screen,
select the option to always trust content from this publisher, and then allow
the applet to run.
If a "security warning" prompt displays on your computer screen prompting
you for permission to allow the Moneris "TerminalApplet" to access a
moneris.com Web site, select the option to always grant this access.
4. When the "Initialization Complete" response displays on the "Chip Initialization"
page, the iPP320 PINpd is ready to be used to process transactions.

If the Continue button displays, click on it.
5. The operation is complete.
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4.15 Optional procedures: debit/credit cards
4.15.1
Adding order details to a transaction
Follow the steps below to add order details to a transaction.
Note: Order details are for receipt purposes only (the Merchant Resource Center will not
perform calculations based on data sent in the order details fields). Only e-mail
receipts can include order details. If you subsequently add level 2/3 details to an
eligible follow-on Capture or Refund (see page 229), the Merchant Resource Center
will discard any order details data submitted in the original transaction.
1. On the transaction page, click on the Add Order Details button.
2. Wait for the "Order Details" area to display on the transaction page.
3. In the "Billing Details" area, enter billing data in the fields (First Name, Last Name,
Company, Address, City, State/Prov, Postal Code, Country, Phone, Fax, Shipping
Details, First Name, Last Name, Company, Address, City, State/Prov, Postal Code,
Country, Phone, and Fax).
4. Do one of the following:
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If the shipping address is not the same as billing address, go to step 5.
If the shipping address is the same as billing address, checkmark the Check if
Shipping address is the same as Billing address box, and go to step 6.
5. In the "Shipping Details" area, enter the customer shipping data in the fields
(First Name, Last Name, Company, Address, City, State/Prov, Postal Code, Country,
Phone, and Fax).
6. In the Email Address field, optionally enter the customer's e-mail address.
7. In the Special Instructions field, optionally enter supplementary details.
8. In the "Line Items - Click 'Add Item' to include item in order" area, create a line
item listing for a specific product/service being shipped/rendered in the order:
a. Enter the product details in the line item fields (Product Code, Description,
Quantity, and Amount).
b. Click on the Add Item button.
c. When the product is listed in the "The items listed below will be included in
the order details" area, do one of the following:
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
To add another line item, repeat steps 8a-c.
If you want to continue without adding additional line items, go to step 9.
9. In the "Taxes & Shipping" area, enter tax/shipping data in the fields
(Shipping/Freight, Tax 1, and Tax 2).
10. Refer back to the financial transaction procedure.
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When a purchasing (corporate) card is detected
When both the Proceed with Level 2/3 button and Proceed with Purchase button display
on the "Purchase" page, it means the Merchant Resource Center has detected that the
card you entered is a purchasing (corporate) card.
1. You may add level 2/3 details to the transaction or bypass adding level 2/3
details:
To add level 2/3 details:
a. Click on the Proceed with Level 2/3 button.
Note: The transaction will be processed as a debit/credit Preauthorization.
b. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Preauth"
page, the transaction is complete:
Important! To receive funds, you must perform a debit/credit Capture at a
later time (see page 43). You will be prompted to add the level 2/3 details
during the Capture.
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
If Moneris Loyalty is enabled and you want to allocate loyalty points, see
page 105.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass allocating
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
To bypass adding level 2/3 details:
a. Click on the Proceed with Purchase button.
Note: The transaction will be processed as a debit/credit Purchase.
b. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Purchase"
page, the transaction is complete:


If Moneris Loyalty is enabled and you want to award loyalty points, see
page 100.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass awarding
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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4.15.3
Adding level 2/3 details: capturing a debit/credit
Preauthorization
When the "Transaction Details" of the debit/credit Preauthorization that you want to
capture are displayed on the "Capture" page, follow the steps below to add level 2/3 tax
details to the transaction.
Note: For more information about the level 2/3 details feature, see page 229.
1. Click on the Add Level 2/3 Details button.
2. When the Destination Postal Code field displays, do one of the following:


If you are shipping/rendering the order within Canada, enter the destination
postal code (exclude spaces or hyphens).
If you are shipping/rendering the order internationally, leave the field blank
so that no taxes are added to the Capture total.
3. Click on the Continue button.
4. Depending on the card type used to process the original Preauthorization, do one
of the following:
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If a Mastercard was used, see page 68.
If an Amex card was used, see page 69.
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Entering level 2/3 details: Visa cards (capturing a Preauthorization)
Follow the steps below to add Visa-specific level 2/3 details on the "Capture" page.
Note: For more information about the fields referred to in the steps below, see page 230.
1. In the "Addendum 1 Details" area, enter shipping data in the fields (Buyer Name,
Customer Ref. Identifier, Destination Country, Destination Postal Code, Freight
Amount (inc taxes), Duty Amount, and VAT Reference Num).
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If the "Tax Details" area displays (Canadian postal codes only) and the order is
tax exempt, mark the "Invoice Tax Exempt" Yes radio button; otherwise, mark
the No radio button, and enter the tax amount in the HST Amount field (must
be less than 30% of original amount).
2. In the "Line Items" area, create a line item listing for a specific product/service
being shipped/rendered in the order:
a. Enter the product details in the line item fields (Commodity Code, Product
Code, Description, Quantity, Unit Meas., and Unit Cost).


If the "Tax Exempt for Line Item" HST box displays, checkmark it if the
product is tax exempt.
If there is a discount on the product unit cost, enter the discount amount
in the Discount on unit cost field (#.##).
b. Click on the Add Line button.
c. When the product is listed in "Line Items included in order" area, do one of
the following:


To add another line item, repeat steps 2a-c.
To continue without adding additional line items, go to step 3.
3. Click on the Calculate Totals button, and confirm that each line item total is
correct.
Note: The Amount field ("Transaction Details" area) should now reflect the
combined amount of all line item totals, including taxes and discounts
applied against the order.
4. Click on the Process Transaction button.
5. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Capture" page,
the transaction is complete:


If you allocated loyalty points for the original debit/credit Preauthorization
and you want to award the points, see page 106.
If did not award loyalty points for the original transaction, print/e-mail the
Capture receipt now (see page 83).
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4.15.3.2
Entering level 2/3 details: Mastercard cards (capturing a
Preauthorization)
Follow the steps below to enter Mastercard-specific level 2/3 details on the "Capture"
page.
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 230.
1. In the "Addendum 1 Details" area, enter shipping data in the fields (Destination
Country, Destination Postal Code, Freight Amount (inc taxes), Duty Amount, and
Supplemental Data).

If the "Tax Details" area displays(Canadian postal codes only) and the order is
tax exempt, mark the "Invoice Tax Exempt" Yes radio button; otherwise, mark
the No radio button, and enter the tax amount in the HST Amount field
(must be less than 30% of original amount).
2. In the "Line Items" area, create a line item listing for a specific product/service
being shipped/rendered in the order:
a. Enter product details in the line item fields (Product Code, Description,
Quantity, Unit Meas., and Unit Cost).


If the "Tax Exempt for Line Item" HST box displays, checkmark it if the
product is tax exempt.
If there is a discount on the product unit cost, enter the discount amount
in the Discount on unit cost field (#.##).
b. Click on the Add Line button.
c. When the product is now listed in the "Line Items included in order" area, do
one of the following:


To add another line item, repeat steps 2a-c.
To continue without adding additional line items, go to step 3.
3. Click on the Calculate Totals button, and confirm that each line item total is
correct.
Note: The Amount field ("Transaction Details" area) should now reflect the
combined amount of all line item totals, including taxes and discounts
applied against the order.
4. Click on the Process Transaction button.
5. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Capture" page,
the transaction is complete:


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and you want to award the points, see page 106.
If did not award loyalty points for the original transaction, print/e-mail the
Capture receipt now (see page 83).
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Entering level 2/3 details: Amex cards (capturing a Preauthorization)
Follow the steps below to enter Amex -specific level 2/3 details on the "Capture" page:
1. In the "Customer Details" area, enter customer data in the fields (Customer
Name, Street Address 1, Street Address 2, City, Province/State, Postal/Zip Code,
Invoice Number, PO Number, Customer Reference ID).

If the "Tax Details" area displays (Canadian postal codes only) and the order is
tax exempt, mark the "Invoice Tax Exempt" Yes radio button; otherwise, mark
the No radio button.
2. In the "Line Items" area, create a line item listing for a specific product/service
being shipped/rendered in the order:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 230.
a. Select the product code type (e.g., PART #) from the drop-down list.
b. Enter the product details in the other line item fields (Description, Quantity,
Unit Meas., and Unit Cost).
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
If the "Tax Exempt for Line Item" HST box displays, checkmark it if the
product is tax exempt.
If there is a discount on the product unit cost, enter the discount amount
in the Discount on unit cost field.
c. Click on the Add Line button.
d. When the product is listed in "Line Items included in order" area, do one of
the following:


To add another line item, repeat steps 2a-d.
To continue without adding additional line items, go to step 3.
3. Click on the Calculate Totals button, and confirm that each line item total is
correct.
Note: The Amount field ("Transaction Details" area) should now reflect the
combined amount of all line item totals, including taxes and discounts
applied against the order.
4. Click on the Process Transaction button.
5. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Capture" page,
the transaction is complete:


If you allocated loyalty points for the original debit/credit Preauthorization
and you want to award the points, see page 106.
If did not award loyalty points for the original transaction, print/e-mail the
Capture receipt now (see page 83).
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4.15.4
Adding level 2/3 details: capturing a debit/credit
Reauthorization
When the "Transaction Details" of a debit/credit Reauthorization are displayed on the
"Capture" page, follow the steps below to add level 2/3 details to the Capture
transaction.
Note: For more information about the level 2/3 details feature, see page 229.
1. Click on the Add Level 2/3 Details button.
2. When the Destination Postal Code field displays, do one of the following:


If you are shipping/rendering the order within Canada, enter the destination
postal code (exclude spaces or hyphens).
If you are shipping/rendering the order internationally, leave the field blank
so that no taxes are added to the Capture total.
3. Click on the Continue button.
4. Depending on the card type used to process the original Preauthorization, do one
of the following:

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If a Mastercard was used, see page 72.
If an Amex card was used, see page 73.
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Entering level 2/3 details: Visa cards (capturing a Reauthorization)
Follow the steps below to add Visa-specific level 2/3 details on the "Capture" page.
Note: For more information about the fields referred to in the steps below, see page 230.
1. In the "Addendum 1 Details" area, enter shipping data in the fields (Buyer Name,
Customer Ref. Identifier, Destination Country, Destination Postal Code, Freight
Amount (inc taxes), Duty Amount, and VAT Reference Num).

If the "Tax Details" area displays (Canadian postal codes only) and the order is
tax exempt, mark the "Invoice Tax Exempt" Yes radio button; otherwise,
mark the No radio button, and enter the tax amount in the HST Amount field
(must be less than 30% of original amount).
2. In the "Line Items" area, create a line item listing for a specific product/service
being shipped/rendered in the order:
a. Enter the product details in the line item fields (Commodity Code, Product
Code, Description, Quantity, Unit Meas., and Unit Cost).


If the "Tax Exempt for Line Item" HST box displays, checkmark it if the
product is tax exempt.
If there is a discount on the product unit cost, enter the discount amount
in the Discount on unit cost field (#.##).
b. Click on the Add Line button.
c. When the product is listed in "Line Items included in order" area, do one of
the following:


To add another line item, repeat steps 2a-c.
To continue without adding additional line items, go to step 3.
3. Click on the Calculate Totals button, and confirm that each line item total is
correct.
Note: The Amount field ("Transaction Details" area) should now reflect the
combined amount of all line item totals, including taxes and discounts
applied against the order.
4. Click on the Process Transaction button.
5. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Capture" page,
the transaction is complete.
6. Print/e-mail the Capture receipt now (see page 83).
Note: Moneris Loyalty points cannot be awarded for the capture of a
Reauthorization transaction.
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4.15.4.2
Entering level 2/3 details: Mastercard cards (capturing a Reauthorization)
Follow the steps below to enter Mastercard-specific level 2/3 details on the "Capture"
page.
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 230.
1. In the "Addendum 1 Details" area, enter shipping data in the fields (Destination
Country, Destination Postal Code, Freight Amount (inc taxes), Duty Amount, and
Supplemental Data).

If the "Tax Details" area displays (Canadian postal codes only) and the order is
tax exempt, mark the "Invoice Tax Exempt" Yes radio button; otherwise, mark
the No radio button, and enter the tax amount in the HST Amount field (must
be less than 30% of original amount).
2. In the "Line Items" area, create a line item listing for a specific product/service
being shipped/rendered in the order:
a. Enter the product details in the line item fields (Product Code, Description,
Quantity, Unit Meas., and Unit Cost).


If the "Tax Exempt for Line Item" HST box displays, checkmark it if the
product is tax exempt.
If there is a discount on the product unit cost, enter the discount amount
in the Discount on unit cost field (#.##).
b. Click on the Add Line button.
c. When the product is now listed in the "Line Items included in order" area, do
one of the following:


To add another line item, repeat steps 2a-c.
To continue without adding additional line items, go to step 3.
3. Click on the Calculate Totals button, and confirm that each line item total is
correct.
Note: The Amount field ("Transaction Details" area) should now reflect the
combined amount of all line item totals, including taxes and discounts
applied against the order.
4. Click on the Process Transaction button.
5. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Capture" page,
the transaction is complete.
6. Print/e-mail the Capture receipt now (see page 83).
Note: Moneris Loyalty points cannot be awarded for the capture of a
Reauthorization transaction.
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Entering level 2/3 details: Amex cards (capturing a Reauthorization)
Follow the steps below to enter Amex card-specific level 2/3 details on the "Capture"
page:
1. In the "Customer Details" area, enter customer data in the fields (Customer
Name, Street Address 1, Street Address 2, City, Province/State, Postal/Zip Code,
Invoice Number, PO Number, and Customer Reference ID).

If the "Tax Details" area displays (Canadian postal codes only) and the order is
tax exempt, mark the "Invoice Tax Exempt" Yes radio button; otherwise, mark
the No radio button.
2. In the "Line Items" area, create a line item listing for a specific product/service
being shipped/rendered in the order:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 230.
a. Select the product code type (e.g., PART #) from the drop-down list.
b. Enter the product details in the other line item fields (Description, Quantity,
Unit Meas., and Unit Cost).


If the "Tax Exempt for Line Item" HST box displays, checkmark it if the
product is tax exempt.
If there is a discount on the product unit cost, enter the discount amount
in the Discount on unit cost field (#.##).
c. Click on the Add Line button.
d. When the product is listed in "Line Items included in order" area, do one of
the following:


To add another line item, repeat steps 2a-d.
To continue without adding additional line items, go to step 3.
3. Click on the Calculate Totals button, and confirm that each line item total is
correct.
Note: The Amount field ("Transaction Details" area) should now reflect the
combined amount of all line item totals, including taxes and discounts
applied against the order.
4. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Capture" page,
the transaction is complete.
5. Print/e-mail the Capture receipt now (see page 83).
Note: Moneris Loyalty points cannot be awarded for the capture of a
Reauthorization transaction.
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4.15.5
Adding level 2/3 details: Refund
When the "Transaction Details" of the debit/credit transaction to be reversed (refunded)
are displayed on the "Refund" page, follow the steps below to add level 2/3 details
(product and taxes) to the Refund transaction.
Note: For more information about the level 2/3 details feature, see page 229.
1. Click on the Add Level 2/3 Details button.
2. When the Destination Postal Code field displays, do one of the following:


If you are refunding an order that was originally shipped/rendered within
Canada, enter the original destination postal code (exclude spaces or
hyphens).
If you are refunding an order that was originally shipped/rendered
internationally, leave the field blank so that no taxes are added to the Refund
total.
3. Click on the Continue button.
4. Depending on the card type used to process the original Capture, do one of the
following:


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If a Visa card was used, see page 75.
If a Mastercard was used, see page 76.
If an Amex card was used, see page 77.
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Virtual terminal
Entering level 2/3 details: Visa cards (Refund)
Follow the steps below to add Visa-specific level 2/3 details on the "Refund" page.
Note: For more information about the fields referred to in the steps below, see page 230.
1. In the "Addendum 1 Details" area, enter the original order's shipping data in the
fields (Buyer Name, Customer Ref. Identifier, Destination Country, Destination
Postal Code, Freight Amount (inc taxes), Duty Amount, and VAT Reference Num).

If the "Tax Details" area displays (Canadian postal codes only) and the original
order was tax exempt, mark the "Invoice Tax Exempt" Yes radio button;
otherwise, mark the No radio button, and enter the original order's tax
amount in the HST Amount field (must be less than 30% of original amount).
2. In the "Line Items" area, create a line item listing for a specific product/service
being refunded from the original order:
a. Enter the product details in the line item fields (Commodity Code, Product
Code, Description, Quantity, Unit Meas., and Unit Cost).


If the "Tax Exempt for Line Item" HST box displays, checkmark it if the
product was tax exempt in the original order.
If there was a discount on the original order's product unit cost, enter the
discount amount in the Discount on unit cost field (#.##).
b. Click on the Add Line button.
c. When the product is listed in "Line Items included in order" area, do one of
the following:


To add another line item, repeat steps 2a-c.
To continue without adding additional line items, go to step 3.
3. Click on the Calculate Totals button, and confirm that each line item total is
correct.
Note: The Amount field ("Transaction Details" area) should now reflect the
combined amount of all line item totals, including taxes and discounts
applied against the order.
4. Click on the Process Transaction button.
5. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Refund" page, the
transaction is complete:


If you want to remove any Moneris loyalty points awarded for the original
transaction, see page 117.
If did not award loyalty points for the original transaction, print/e-mail the
Refund receipt now (see page 83).
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4.15.5.2
Entering level 2/3 details: Mastercard cards (Refund)
Follow the steps below to enter Mastercard-specific level 2/3 details on the "Refund"
page.
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 230.
1. In the "Addendum 1 Details" area, enter the original order's shipping data in the
fields (Destination Country, Destination Postal Code, Freight Amount (inc taxes),
Duty Amount, and Supplemental Data).

If the "Tax Details" area displays (Canadian postal codes only) and the original
order was tax exempt, mark the "Invoice Tax Exempt" Yes radio button;
otherwise, mark the No radio button, and enter the original order's tax
amount in the HST Amount field (must be less than 30% of original amount).
2. In the "Line Items" area, create a line item listing for a specific product/service
being refunded from the original order:
a. Enter the product details in the line item fields (Product Code, Description,
Quantity, Unit Meas., and Unit Cost).


If the "Tax Exempt for Line Item" HST box displays, checkmark it if the
product was tax exempt in the original order.
If there was a discount on the original order's product unit cost, enter the
discount amount in the Discount on unit cost field (#.##).
b. Click on the Add Line button.
c. When the product is now listed in the "Line Items included in order" area, do
one of the following:


To add another line item, repeat steps 2a-c.
To continue without adding additional line items, go to step 3.
3. Click on the Calculate Totals button, and confirm that each line item total is
correct.
Note: The Amount field ("Transaction Details" area) should now reflect the
combined amount of all line item totals, including taxes and discounts
applied against the order.
4. Click on the Process Transaction button.
5. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Refund" page, the
transaction is complete:


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If you want to remove any Moneris loyalty points awarded for the original
transaction, see page 117.
If did not award loyalty points for the original transaction, print/e-mail the
Refund receipt now (see page 83).
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Virtual terminal
Entering level 2/3 details: Amex cards (Refund)
Follow the steps below to enter Amex-specific level 2/3 details on the "Refund" page:
1. In the "Customer Details" area, enter customer data in the fields (Customer
Name, Street Address 1, Street Address 2, City, Province/State, Postal/Zip Code,
Invoice Number, PO Number, and Customer Reference ID).

If the "Tax Details" area displays (Canadian postal codes only) and the order is
tax exempt, mark the "Invoice Tax Exempt" Yes radio button; otherwise, mark
the No radio button.
2. In the "Line Items" area, create a line item listing for a specific product/service
being refunded from the original order:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 230.
a. Select the product code type (e.g., PART #) from the drop-down list.
b. Enter the product details in the other line item fields (Description, Quantity,
Unit Meas., and Unit Cost).


If the "Tax Exempt for Line Item" HST box displays, checkmark it if the
product was tax exempt in the original order.
If there was a discount on the original order's product unit cost, enter the
discount amount in the Discount on unit cost field (#.##).
c. Click on the Add Line button.
d. When the product is listed in "Line Items included in order" area, do one of
the following:


To add another line item, repeat steps 2a-d.
To continue without adding additional line items, go to step 3.
3. Click on the Calculate Totals button, and confirm that each line item total is
correct.
Note: The Amount field ("Transaction Details" area) should now reflect the
combined amount of all line item totals, including taxes and discounts
applied against the order.
4. Click on the Process Transaction button.
5. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Refund" page, the
transaction is complete:


If you want to remove any Moneris loyalty points awarded for the original
transaction, see page 117.
If did not award loyalty points for the original transaction, print/e-mail the
Refund receipt now (see page 83).
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4.15.6
Cardholder prompts: iPP320 PINpad
When "Please follow prompts on pinpad" displays on the transaction page, do the
following:
1. Hand the iPP320 PINpad to the cardholder.
2. The cardholder responds to any prompt that displays on the iPP320 PINpad.
Note: Potential prompts (and the actions to take for each) are listed in order of
appearance in the table below. Only some of the listed prompts will appear
for any one transaction.
Cardholder prompt
Cardholder action
SWIPE, TAP OR
INSERT CARD
or
SWIPE OR INSERT
CARD
or
SWIPE CARD
Enters their card on the iPP320 PINpad (for options, see
pages 20 to 21).
SELECT LANGUAGE
Selects the display language:
ENGL
FRAN
SELECT
<Application name>
YES
NO

To select English, presses F1 (ENG).

To select French, presses F4 (FRAN).
Selects the card application:

To select the displayed application, presses F1 (YES).

To view the next available application, presses F4
(NO).
<Application name>
-OK?
YES
NO
Presses F1 (YES) to use the displayed application.
<TRANSACTION
NAME>
$#.##-OK?
Presses the green
key to confirm the displayed amount.
I PRE-AUTHORIZE
UP TO
$#.##-OK?
Presses the green
key to confirm the displayed amount.
This table continues on the next page.
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Cardholder prompt
Cardholder action
TIP OPTIONS
Selects a tip type:
$
%
NONE
ENTER TIP AMOUNT
$0.00
TIP PERCENTAGE
%AA %BB
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To enter a dollar amount, presses F1($).

To enter a percentage, presses F2 (%)

To bypass entering a tip, presses F4 (NONE).
Keys in an amount, and presses the green
key.
Selects a percentage type:

To add a preset tip percentage, presses F1 (AA%) or
F2 (BB%).

To add a different precentage, presses F4 (OTHR).
ENTER TIP %
Enters a tip percentage, and presses the green
<TRANSACTION
NAME>
$#.##-OK?
Presses the green
key to confirm the displayed
transaction amount.
key.
Note:
If the cardholder wants to change the tip amount,
they press the yellow
key, and re-enter the tip when
prompted.
SELECT ACCOUNT
CHQ
SAV
Selects a debit account:

To select "chequing", presses F1 (CHQ).

To select "savings", presses F4 (SAV).
ENTER PIN & OK
Keys in their Personal Identification Number (PIN) and
presses the green
key.
PLEASE WAIT
Waits while the transaction is processed.��
APPROVED
THANK YOU
REMOVE CARD
Removes their card from chip reader.
APPROVED
THANK YOU
OBTAIN CARD
Retrieves their card.
WELCOME/BONJOUR
Returns the iPP320 PINpad to you (go to step 3).
Note: The iPP320 PINpad beeps until the card is
removed.��
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3. Accept the iPP320 from the cardholder.

If "WELCOME/BONJOUR" is not currently displayed on the iPP320 PINpad,
key until "WELCOME/BONJOUR" displays.
press the green
4. Refer back to the financial transaction procedure (continue at the step "When the
"APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays...").
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Cardholder prompts: iPP320 PINpad (manual card entry)
When "PURCHASE $#.##-OK?" displays on the iPP320 PINpad, do the following:
1. Hand the iPP320 PINpad to the cardholder.
2. The cardholder responds to any prompt that displays on the iPP320 PINpad.
Note: Potential prompts (and the actions to take for each) are listed in order of
appearance in the table below. Only some of the listed prompts will display
for any one transaction.
Cardholder prompt
Cardholder action
PURCHASE
$#.##-OK?
Presses the green
amount.
TIP OPTIONS
$
%
NONE
ENTER TIP AMOUNT
$0.00
TIP PERCENTAGE
%AA %BB
OTHR
key to confirm the displayed
Selects a tip type:

To enter a dollar amount, presses F1($).

To enter a percentage, presses F2 (%)

To bypass entering a tip, presses F4 (NONE).
Keys in an amount, and presses the green
key.
Selects a percentage type:

To add a preset tip percentage, presses F1 (AA%) or
F2 (BB%).

To add a different precentage, presses F4 (OTHR).
ENTER TIP %
Enters a tip percentage, and presses the green
PURCHASE
$#.##-OK?
Presses the green
key to confirm the displayed
transaction amount.
key.
Note:
If the cardholder wants to change the tip amount,
they press the yellow
key, and re-enter the tip when
prompted.
PLEASE WAIT
Waits while the transaction is processed.�
APPROVED
THANK YOU
OBTAIN CARD
Retrieves their card.
WELCOME/BONJOUR
Returns the iPP320 PINpad to you (go to step 3).
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3. Accept the iPP320 from the cardholder.

If "WELCOME/BONJOUR" is not currently displayed on the iPP320 PINpad,
key until "WELCOME/BONJOUR" displays.
press the green
4. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Purchase" page,
the transaction is complete:


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If Moneris Loyalty is enabled and you want to award loyalty points, see
page 100.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass awarding
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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Printing/e-mailing a receipt
Once you submit a transaction and the Merchant Resource Center displays the host
response "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" (or "APPROVED"/"DECLINED") indicating the
transaction has been processed, follow the steps below to print and/or e-mail the
transaction receipt.
Note: If you ever want to view, print, or e-mail a receipt after you have closed the
transaction page, access the transaction's "Order History" (see page 88).
To print the transaction receipt:
1. In the "Action Items" area on the host response page, click on a Print Receipt - #x#
(or Receipt - #x#) button.
2. When the print dialog box opens, select the printer from which you want to print
the transaction receipt.
3. Click on the Print button.
4. The operation is complete. (To print another receipt, repeat steps 1-3.)
5. If the receipt includes any of these cardholder validation method (CVM)
statements, take the appropriate action depending on the context:
CVM statement
Action required
"SIGNATURE
Cardholder will pay issuer above amount
pursuant to Cardholder Agreement"
Cardholder signature is required.
"NO SIGNATURE TRANSACTION"
No cardholder signature is required.
"VERIFIED BY PIN"
No cardholder signature is required.
To e-mail the transaction receipt:
1. In the "Action Items" area on the host response page, click on the Send Email
Receipt (or Email Receipt) button.
2. When the e-mail window opens, do the following:
a. In the Email Address field, enter the e-mail address to which you want to send
the transaction receipt.
b. Click on the Send Receipt & Close button.
3. The operation is complete. (To send another receipt, repeat steps 1-2.)
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Order history
The Merchant Resource Center assigns an "Order History" page to every financial
transaction for which the host response is "APPROVED" or "DECLINED".
This "Order History" page displays detailed information (e.g., amount, date, time, etc.)
about the transaction, including information about any follow-on transaction or
associated transaction that has been performed subsequently (see Areas on the "Order
History" page below).

6.1
To access a transaction's "Order History" page, see page 88.
Areas on the "Order History" page
The "Order History" page may be divided into several areas depending on the transaction
and payment type:
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Transaction type details (see page 85).

Tip information details (see page 86).

eFraud details (see page 86).

Action items details (see page 87).
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6.1.1
Order history
Transaction type details: "Order History" page
The "Transaction type" area on a transaction's "Order History" page displays details
about the transaction (refer to the table below for descriptions about data in specific
fields).

To access a transaction's "Order History" page, see page 88.
Field
Description
Amount
Transaction amount including any tip.
Approval Code
Authorization code.
Card Number
Card account number.
Card Type
Card brand (or "Cash").
Clerk
Username of the user who performed the transaction.
Crypt Type
Electronic commerce indicator.
Customer Code
User-entered value. Optional.
Customer ID
User-entered value. Optional.
Date/Time
Date/time of the transaction (Month DD YYYY HH:MM) .
Expiry Date
Card expiry date (MMYY).
Foreign Currency Amount
The non-CAD amount for which the transaction was processed.
Invoice Number
User-entered value. Optional.
Message
Host response (e.g., "APPROVED" or "DECLINED").
Order ID
Unique Merchant Resource Center transaction identifier.
Response
Transaction response code.
Sequence Number
Moneris host identifier (e.g., If "610123450010690030" is the
number, then "61012345" is the ID of the iPP320 PINpad used to
capture the card data. If the number starts with "66", it means
the card data were captured via keyed entry on the Merchant
Resource Center.
Transaction Type
Transaction type (e.g., Purchase, Refund, Void, etc.).
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Tip information details: "Order History" page
The "Tip Information" area on a transaction's "Order History" page displays tip details
about the transaction (refer to the table below for descriptions about data in specific
fields).

To access a transaction's "Order History" page, see page 88.
Field
Description
Pre-Tip Amount
Transaction amount excluding the tip.
Tip Amount
Tip amount.
6.1.3
eFraud details: "Order History" page
The "eFraud details" area on a transaction's "Order History" page displays validation
responses to any anti-fraud data submitted in the transaction (refer to the table below
for descriptions about data in specific fields).

To access a transaction's "Order History" page, see page 88.
Field
Description
AVS Result
Indicates address verification service (AVS) validation result if verification is
performed at the time the transaction is processed. The result indicates
whether the street number, street name, or zip code data match the data that
the issuer has on file (see page 232).
CVD Result
Indicates card verification digits(CVD) validation result if verification is
performed at the time the transaction is processed. This result indicates
whether the 3 or 4-digit CVD code (usually printed on the back of the card on
the signature line) matches the code that the issuer has on file.
CVV Result
(Verified by Visa) - Indicates the issuer's response regarding whether the CAVV
value that you provide is fully authenticated and valid. The CAVV value may
be indicative of the data (e.g., a password) entered by the cardholder during
an e-commerce transaction. The authentication data are sent to the card
issuer independent of the Merchant Resource Center.
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Order history
Action items: "Order History" page
Buttons displaying in the "Action Items" area of a transaction's "Order History" page
indicate potential follow-on transactions and/or access to other transaction details.

To initiate a follow-on transaction or access other transaction details (e.g.,
Refund, Reauth, or Void), click on the appropriate button (refer to the table below
for descriptions about activities that are initiated when you click on a button).

To access a transaction's "Order History" page, see page 88.
Button
Description
Add Loyalty
Award loyalty points for a preceding gift/loyalty or cash transaction.
Associated
Display the "Order History" page listing a gift/loyalty transaction and
one or more other transactions (e.g., debit/credit, gift/loyalty, or cash).
Capture
Initiate a debit/credit or loyalty Capture transaction.
Email Receipt
E-mail a transaction receipt.
Level 2/3 Details
Display level 2/3 transaction details (tax and product data) if they
were submitted in the transaction.
Loyalty
Award, allocate, or remove loyalty points depending on the preceding
(associated) debit/credit transaction.
Print Receipt - #x#
Print a transaction receipt.
Reauth
Initiate a debit/credit Reauthorization transaction.
Receipt - #x#
Print a transaction receipt.
Refund
Initiate a debit/credit Refund or gift Refund transaction.
Send Email Receipt
E-mail a transaction receipt.
Void
Initiate a Void transaction (debit/credit or gift/loyalty).
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6.2
Accessing a transaction's "Order History" page
Follow the steps below to access a transaction's "Order History" page.
Note: For more information about the "Order History" page, see page 84.
1. Retrieve the transaction by generating the appropriate report (see page 163).
2. When the desired transaction is listed in the "Transactions List" area, click on the
transaction's Order ID hyperlink.
3. When the transaction's "Order History" page displays, the operation is complete.
4. If you want to print/e-mail a transaction receipt, do the following:
To print a transaction receipt:
a. In the "Action Items" area, click on a Print Receipt - #x# button.
b. When the print dialog box opens, select the printer from which you want to
print the transaction receipt.
c. Click on the Print button.
d. The operation is complete. (To print another receipt, repeat steps a-c.)
To e-mail the transaction receipt:
a. In the "Action Items" area, click on the Send Email Receipt button.
b. Wait for the e-mail window to open.
c. In the Email Address field, enter the e-mail address to which you want to send
the transaction receipt.
d. Click on the Send Receipt & Close button.
e. The operation is complete. (To send another receipt, repeat steps a-d.)
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Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
The Moneris Gift/Loyalty program allows you to offer your customers card-based
programs that are processed through the Merchant Resource Center.
Gift card program
The gift card program allows you to offer your customers stored-value gift cards for predefined dollar values as well as variable-value cards and rechargeable cards. This
program is available for small businesses and can be customized for national chains.

For full listing of gift card transactions that you can initiate directly from the
Merchant Resource Center menu bar (see page 7), refer to the table below.
Transaction type
See procedure on:
Purchase
page 91
Void
page 94
Refund
page 95
Independent Refund
page 96
Coupon/Voucher Redemption
page 119
Activate card
page 122
Deactivate card
page 125
Balance Inquiry
page 128
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Loyalty card program
Loyalty card program: allows you to reward customer loyalty by awarding points based
on the dollar value of the purchases a cardholder makes. This program is available for
small businesses and can be customized for national chains.

For full listing of loyalty card transactions that you can process from the
Merchant Resource Center, refer to the table below:
Transaction type
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See procedure on:
Purchase
page 99
Preauthorization
page 105
Capture
page 106
Redemption (dollars)
page 107
Redemption (points)
page 110
Void
page 113
Refund
page 116
Coupon/Voucher Redemption
page 119
Activate card
page 122
Deactivate card
page 125
Balance Inquiry
page 128
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7.1
Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
Purchase with gift card
Gift card sale of goods and services.

For a listing of supported card entry methods, including the associated
procedures describing how to use them to perform this transaction, refer to the
table below:
Card entry method
See procedure on:
unencrypted MSR
page 92
keyed (manual) entry
page 93
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7.1.1
Purchase with gift card: unencrypted MSR
Follow the steps below to perform a Purchase with a gift card by using an unencrypted
magnetic stripe reader to capture the card data.
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Purchase.
2. Wait for the "Purchase" page to display.
3. From the "Transaction Type" drop-down list, select
Dollar Value Purchase/Redemption.
4. In the Total Amount field, enter the Purchase amount (#.##).
5. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
6. Click on the Next button.
7. In the "Payment Method" area, select Gift Card - MSR from the drop-down list.
8. In the "Gift Card Payment - Step 1" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. Do one of the following:


To view the available funds/status of the gift card, see page 131.
To proceed with the gift Purchase, go to step d.
d. Click on the Swipe Gift Card button.
9. When "Please swipe gift card now" displays on the "Purchase" page, swipe the gift
card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
10. When the CVC field displays, enter the card validation code.

If any other data field displays, enter the required data (consult your
manager if you are unsure about what to enter).
11. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Purchase" page,
the transaction is complete:


If a "Balance Due: $#.##" is indicated, see page 137.
If a "Balance Due: $0.00" (zero dollars) is indicated, do one of the following:

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If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass awarding
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7.1.2
Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
Purchase with gift card: keyed entry
Follow the steps below to perform a Purchase with a gift card by manually entering
(keying) the card data in the Merchant Resource Center fields.
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Purchase.
2. Wait for the "Purchase" page to display.
3. From the "Transaction Type" drop-down list, select
Dollar Value Purchase/Redemption.
4. In the Total Amount field, enter the Purchase amount (#.##).
5. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
6. Click on the Next button.
7. In the "Payment Method" area, select Gift Card - Keyed from the drop-down list.
8. In the "Gift Card Payment - Step 1" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Gift Card Number field, enter the gift card number.
d. Do one of the following:
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To view the available funds/status of the gift card, see page 131.
To continue with the gift Purchase, go to step 9.
9. Click on the Next button.
10. When the CVC field displays, enter the card validation code.
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If any other data field displays, enter the required data (consult your
manager if you are unsure about what to enter).
11. Click on the Process button.
12. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Purchase" page,
the transaction is complete:


If a "Balance Due: $#.##" is indicated, see page 137.
If a "Balance Due: $0.00" (zero dollars) is indicated, do one of the following:


If Moneris Loyalty is enabled and you want to award loyalty points, see
page 104.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass awarding
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.2
Void with gift card
Follow the steps below to reverse (void) an open-batch gift card Purchase that is
referenced on the Merchant Resource Center (restores gift dollars to the card).
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Void.
2. Wait for the "Void" page to display.
3. In the Order ID field, enter the Order ID of the original transaction that you want
to reverse.
Note: If you only have a partial Order ID, mark the begins with or the ends with
radio button.
4. Click on the Locate Transaction button.
5. Wait for the "Void" page to display.
6. In the "Transaction List" area, click on the Void button beside the transaction that
you want to reverse.
7. When the "Transaction Details" area displays, click on the Process button.
8. When the "APPROVED" response displays, the transaction is complete.
9. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
Note: If you awarded loyalty points for the original gift Purchase that you have
just voided, do a loyalty Void now to remove the awarded points (see page
114).
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7.3
Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
Refund with gift card
Follow the steps below to reverse a closed-batch gift card transaction that is referenced
on the Merchant Resource Center (restores gift dollars to the card).
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Refund.
2. Wait for the "Refund" page to display.
3. In the Order ID field, enter the Order ID of the original transaction that you want
to reverse.
Note: If you only have a partial Order ID, mark the begins with or the ends with
radio button.
4. Click on the Locate Transaction button.
5. Wait for the "Refund" page to display.
6. In the "Transaction List" area, click on the Refund button beside the transaction
that you want to reverse.
7. In the "Transaction Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the CVC field, enter the card validation code.
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If any other data field displays, enter the required data (consult your
manager if you are unsure about what to enter).
8. Click on the Process button.
9. When the "APPROVED" response displays, the transaction is complete.
10. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
Note: If you awarded loyalty points on the original gift Purchase that you have
just refunded, do a loyalty Refund now to remove the awarded points (see
page 118).
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7.4
Independent Refund with gift card
Reverse (refund) a gift card transaction that is unreferenced on the Merchant Resource
Center.

For a listing of supported card entry methods, including the associated
procedures describing how to use them to perform this transaction, refer to the
table below:
Card entry method
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See procedure on:
unencrypted MSR
page 97
keyed (manual) entry
page 98
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7.4.1
Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
Independent Refund with gift card: unencrypted MSR
Follow the steps below to reverse (refund) a gift card transaction that is unreferenced on
the Merchant Resource Center. You will use an unencrypted magnetic stripe reader to
capture the card data.
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Independent Refund.
2. Wait for the "Independent Refund" page to display.
3. In the "Read Card" area, select Mag Swipe Reader from the drop-down list.
4. In the "Independent Refund Details - Step 1" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
5. Click on the Swipe Card button.
6. When "Please swipe card now" displays on the "Independent Refund" page, swipe
the card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
7. When the "Payment Details - Step 2" area displays, do the following:
a. In the CVC field, enter the card validation code.
b. In the Reference Number field, enter the reference number of the original gift
Purchase transaction that you want to reverse.
c. In the Refund Amount field, enter the amount (#.##) of the original
transaction that you want to reverse.
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If any other data field displays, enter the required data (consult your
manager if you are unsure about what to enter).
8. Click on the Process button.
9. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays, the transaction is
complete.
10. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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Independent Refund with gift card: keyed entry
Follow the steps below to reverse (refund) a gift card transaction that is not referenced
on the Merchant Resource Center. You will manually enter (key) the card data in the
Merchant Resource Center fields.
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Independent Refund.
2. Wait for the "Independent Refund" page to display.
3. In the "Read Card" area, select Keyed Entry from the drop-down list.
4. In the "Independent Refund Details - Step 1" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Card Number field, enter the gift card number.
d. Click on the Next button.
5. When the "Payment Details - Step 2" area displays, do the following:
a. In the CVC field, enter the card validation code.
b. In the Reference Number field, enter the reference number of the original gift
Purchase transaction that you want to reverse.
c. In the Refund Amount field, enter the amount (#.##) of the original
transaction that you want to reverse.

If any other data field displays, enter the required data (consult your
manager if you are unsure about what to enter).
d. Click on the Process button.
6. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays, the transaction is
complete.
7. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.5
Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
Loyalty Purchase: awarding loyalty points
You award loyalty points by performing a loyalty Purchase as a follow-on transaction to
an associated debit/credit, gift, or cash Purchase or equivalent transaction.

For a full listing of loyalty Purchase types and associated procedures, refer to the
table below.
Loyalty Purchase as follow-on to:
See procedure on:
debit/credit Purchase
page 100
debit/credit Purchase used for gift/loyalty card activation
page 101
debit/credit Voice-Authorization
Advice
page 102
cash Purchase
page 103
gift Purchase
page 104
debit/credit Preauthorization
page 105
Capture
page 106
Redemption (dollars)
page 107
Redemption (points)
page 110
Void
page 113
Refund
page 116
Coupon/Voucher Redemption
page 119
Activate card
page 122
Deactivate card
page 125
Balance Inquiry
page 128
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7.5.1
Loyalty Purchase: awarding loyalty points for associated
debit/credit Purchase
When the "APPROVED" response displays on the "Purchase" page of a debit/credit
Purchase that you have just processed (see page 24), follow the steps below to do a
loyalty Purchase and award loyalty points.
1. In the "Action Items" area, click on the Loyalty button.
2. Wait for the loyalty "Purchase" page to display.
3. In the "Read Loyalty Card" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
4. Capture the loyalty card data:
To swipe the loyalty card on an unencrypted magnetic stripe reader:
a. From the drop-down list, select Mag Swipe Reader.
b. Click on the Swipe Card button.
c. When "Please swipe loyalty card now" displays on the "Purchase" page, swipe
the loyalty card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
To manually enter the loyalty card:
a. From the drop-down list, select Keyed Entry.
b. In the Loyalty Card Number field, enter the loyalty card number.
c. Click on the Next button.
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
If one or more amount fields display (e.g., Benefit Amount and/or Pre-Tax
Amount), enter the appropriate amount (#.##) for which points should be
awarded. Consult your manager if you are unsure about what to enter.
If any other data field displays (e.g., Bonus Code), enter the required data
(e.g., you may be required to award bonus points). Consult your manager
if you are unsure about what to enter.
5. Click on the Process button.
6. When the "APPROVED" response displays (in the "Loyalty Response" area on the
"Purchase" page), the transaction is complete.
7. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.5.2
Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
Loyalty Purchase: awarding loyalty points for associated
debit/credit Purchase (gift/loyalty card Activation)
When the "APPROVED" response displays (in the "Payment Response" area) on the
"Activate" page (see page 122), follow the steps below to do a loyalty Purchase and award
loyalty points for the debit/credit Purchase that you processed to completed the gift card
activation.
1. In the "Action Items" area, click on the Loyalty button.
2. Wait for the loyalty "Purchase" page to display.
3. In the "Read Loyalty Card" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
4. Capture the loyalty card data:
To swipe the loyalty card on an unencrypted magnetic stripe reader:
a. From the drop-down list, select Mag Swipe Reader.
b. Click on the Swipe Card button.
c. When "Please swipe loyalty card now" displays on the "Purchase" page, swipe
the loyalty card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
To manually enter the loyalty card:
a. From the drop-down list, select Keyed Entry .
b. In the Loyalty Card Number field, enter the loyalty card number.
c. Click on the Next button.


If one or more amount fields display (e.g., Benefit Amount and/or Pre-Tax
Amount), enter the appropriate amount (#.##) for which points should be
awarded. Consult your manager if you are unsure about what to enter.
If any other data field displays (e.g., Bonus Code), enter the required data
(e.g., you may be required to award bonus points). Consult your manager
if you are unsure about what to enter.
5. Click on the Process button.
6. When the "APPROVED" response displays (in the "Loyalty Response" area on the
"Purchase" page), the transaction is complete.
7. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.5.3
Loyalty Purchase: awarding loyalty points for associated
debit/credit Voice Authorization-Advice
When the "APPROVED" response displays on the "Voice Authorization/Advice" page of a
debit/credit Voice Authorization-Advice transaction that you have just processed
(see page 47), follow the steps below to do a loyalty Purchase and award loyalty points.
1. In the "Action Items" area, click on the Loyalty button.
2. Wait for the loyalty "Purchase" page to display.
3. In the "Read Loyalty Card" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
4. Capture the loyalty card data:
To swipe the loyalty card on an unencrypted magnetic stripe reader:
a. From the drop-down list, select Mag Swipe Reader.
b. Click on the Swipe Card button.
c. When "Please swipe loyalty card now" displays on the "Purchase" page, swipe
the loyalty card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
To manually enter the loyalty card:
a. From the drop-down list, select Keyed Entry.
b. In the Loyalty Card Number field, enter the loyalty card number.
c. Click on the Next button.


If one or more amount fields display (e.g., Benefit Amount and/or Pre-Tax
Amount), enter the appropriate amount (#.##) for which points should be
awarded. Consult your manager if you are unsure about what to enter.
If any other data field displays (e.g., Bonus Code), enter the required data
(e.g., you may be required to award bonus points). Consult your manager
if you are unsure about what to enter.
5. Click on the Process button.
6. When the "APPROVED" response displays (see the "Loyalty Response" area on the
"Purchase" page), the transaction is complete.
7. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.5.4
Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
Loyalty Purchase: awarding loyalty points for associated
cash Purchase
When the "APPROVED" response displays on the "Purchase" page of a cash Purchase
transaction that you have just processed (see page 31), follow the steps below to do a
loyalty Purchase and award loyalty points.
1. In the "Action Items" area, click on the Loyalty button.
2. Wait for the loyalty "Purchase" page to display.
3. In the "Read Loyalty Card" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
4. Capture the loyalty card data:
To swipe the loyalty card on an unencrypted magnetic stripe reader:
a. From the drop-down list, select Mag Swipe Reader.
b. Click on the Swipe Card button.
c. When "Please swipe loyalty card now" displays on the "Purchase" page, swipe
the loyalty card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
To manually enter the loyalty card:
a. From the drop-down list, select Keyed Entry.
b. In the Loyalty Card Number field, enter the loyalty card number.
c. Click on the Next button.


If one or more amount fields display (e.g., Benefit Amount and/or Pre-Tax
Amount), enter the appropriate amount (#.##) for which points should be
awarded. Consult your manager if you are unsure about what to enter.
If any other data field displays (e.g., Bonus Code), enter the required data
(e.g., you may be required to award bonus points). Consult your manager
if you are unsure about what to enter.
5. Click on the Process button.
6. When the "APPROVED" response displays (refer to the "Loyalty Response" area on
the "Purchase" page), the transaction is complete.
7. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.5.5
Loyalty Purchase: awarding loyalty points for associated
gift Purchase
When the "APPROVED" response displays on the "Purchase" page of a gift Purchase
transaction that you have just processed, follow the steps below to do a loyalty Purchase
and award loyalty points.
1. In the "Action Items" area, click on the Add Loyalty button.
2. Wait for the loyalty "Purchase" page to display.
3. In the "Read Loyalty Card" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
4. Capture the loyalty card data:
To swipe the loyalty card on an unencrypted magnetic stripe reader:
a. From the drop-down list, select Mag Swipe Reader.
b. Click on the Swipe Card button.
c. When "Please swipe loyalty card now" displays on the "Purchase" page, swipe
the loyalty card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
To manually enter the loyalty card:
a. From the drop-down list, select Keyed Entry.
b. In the Loyalty Card Number field, enter the loyalty card number.
c. Click on the Next button.


If one or more amount fields display (e.g., Benefit Amount and/or Pre-Tax
Amount), enter the appropriate amount (#.##) for which points should be
awarded. Consult your manager if you are unsure about what to enter.
If any other data field displays (e.g., Bonus Code), enter the required data
(e.g., you may be required to award bonus points). Consult your manager
if you are unsure about what to enter.
5. Click on the Process button.
6. When the "APPROVED" response displays (refer to the "Loyalty Response" area on
the "Purchase" page), the transaction is complete.
7. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.5.6
Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
Loyalty Preauthorization: allocating points for associated
debit/credit Preauthorization
When the "APPROVED" response displays on the "Preauth" page of a debit/credit
Preauthorization transaction that you have just processed (see page 33), follow the steps
below to do a loyalty Preauthorization and allocate loyalty points.
1. In the "Action Items" area, click on the Loyalty button.
2. Wait for the loyalty "Preauth" page to display.
3. In the "Read Loyalty Card" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
4. Capture the loyalty card data:
To swipe the loyalty card on an unencrypted magnetic stripe reader:
a. From the drop-down list, select Mag Swipe Reader.
b. Click on the Swipe Card button.
c. When "Please swipe loyalty card now" displays on the "Preauth" page, swipe
the loyalty card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
To manually enter the loyalty card:
a. From the drop-down list, select Keyed Entry.
b. In the Loyalty Card Number field, enter the loyalty card number.
c. Click on the Next button.


If one or more amount fields display (e.g., Benefit Amount and/or Pre-Tax
Amount), enter the appropriate amount (#.##) for which points should be
allocated. Consult your manager if you are unsure about what to enter.
If any other data field displays (e.g., Bonus Code), enter the required data
(e.g., you may be required to allocate bonus points). Consult your
manager if you are unsure about what to enter.
5. Click on the Process button.
6. When the "APPROVED" response displays (refer to the "Loyalty Response" area on
the "Preauth" page), the transaction is complete.
7. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
Important!
To award the allocated loyalty points, you must capture the debit
credit Preauthorization and then capture the loyalty Preauthorization (see page 43).
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7.5.7
Loyalty Capture: awarding loyalty points for associated
debit/credit Capture
When the "APPROVED" response displays on the "Capture" page of a debit/credit Capture
that you have just processed (see page 43), follow the steps below to award the loyalty
points that were allocated for the original debit/credit Preauthorization.
1. In the "Action Items" area, click on the Loyalty button.
2. Wait for the loyalty "Capture" page to display.


If one or more amount fields display (e.g., Benefit Amount and/or Pre-Tax
Amount), enter the appropriate amount (#.##) for which points should be
awarded. Consult your manager if you are unsure about what to enter.
If any other data field displays (e.g., Bonus Code), enter the required data (e.g.,
you may be required to award bonus points). Consult your manager if you are
unsure about what to enter.
3. Click on the Process button.
4. When the "APPROVED" response displays (refer to the "Loyalty Response" area on
the "Capture" page), the transaction is complete.
5. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.6
Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
Manual Redemption (dollars) with loyalty card
Redeem dollars from a loyalty card.

For a listing of supported card entry methods, including the associated
procedures describing how to use them to perform this transaction, refer to the
table below:
Card entry method
See procedure on:
unencrypted MSR
page 108
keyed (manual) entry
page 109
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Manual Redemption (dollars) with loyalty card:
unencrypted MSR
Follow the steps below to redeem dollars from a loyalty card by using an unencrypted
magnetic stripe reader to capture the card data.
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Purchase.
2. Wait for the "Purchase" page to display.
3. In the "Transaction Details" area, do the following:
a. From the drop-down list, select Dollar Value Purchase/Redemption.
b. In the Total Amount field, enter the number of dollars that you want to
redeem from the loyalty card.
c. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
4. Click on the Next button.
5. In the "Payment Method" area, select Loyalty Card - MSR from the drop-down list.
6. In the "Loyalty Card Redemption - Step 1" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. Do one of the following:


To view the available funds/status of the loyalty card, see page 132.
To proceed with the Redemption, go to step d.
d. Click on the Swipe Loyalty Card button.
7. When "Please swipe loyalty card now" displays on the "Purchase" page, swipe the
loyalty card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.

If the "Payment Details - Step 2" -area fields display (e.g., Bonus Code), enter
the required data (if you are unsure about what to enter, consult your
manager), and click on the Process button.
8. Wait for the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response to display on the "Purchase"
page:


If a "Balance Due $#.##" response is indicated, see page 137.
If a "Balance Due $0.00" (zero dollars) response is indicated, the transaction is
compete (go to step 10).
9. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.6.2
Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
Manual Redemption (dollars) with loyalty card: keyed
entry
Follow the steps below to redeem dollars from a loyalty card by manually entering
(keying) the card data in the Merchant Resource Center fields.
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Purchase.
2. Wait for the "Purchase" page to display.
3. In the "Transaction Details" area, do the following:
a. From the drop-down list, select Dollar Value Purchase/Redemption.
b. In the Total Amount field, enter the number of dollars that you want to
redeem from the loyalty card.
c. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
4. Click on the Next button.
5. In the "Payment Method" area, select Loyalty Card - Keyed from the drop-down
list.
6. In the "Loyalty Card Redemption - Step 1" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. Do one of the following:


To view the available funds/status of the loyalty card, see page 132.
To proceed with the Redemption, go to step d.
d. In the Loyalty Card Number field, enter the loyalty card number.
7. Click on the Next button.

If the "Payment Details - Step 2" -area fields display (e.g., Bonus Code), enter
the required data (if you are unsure about what to enter, consult your
manager), and click on the Process button.
8. Wait for the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response to display on the "Purchase"
page:


If a "Balance Due $#.##" response is indicated, see page 137.
If a "Balance Due $0.00" (zero dollars) response is indicated, the transaction is
compete (go to step 10).
9. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.7
Manual Redemption (points) with loyalty card
Redeem points from a loyalty card.

For a listing of supported card entry methods, including the associated
procedures describing how to use them to perform this transaction, refer to the
table below:
Card entry method
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See procedure on:
unencrypted MSR
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7.7.1
Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
Manual Redemption (points) with loyalty card:
unencrypted MSR
Follow the steps below to redeem points from a loyalty card by using an unencrypted
magnetic stripe reader to capture the card data.
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Purchase.
2. Wait for the "Purchase" page to display.
3. In the "Transaction Details" area, do the following:
a. From the drop-down list, select Points Value Purchase/Redemption.
b. In the Points to Redeem field, enter the number of points that you want to
redeem from the loyalty card.
c. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
4. Click on the Next button.
5. In the "Payment Method" area, select Loyalty Card - MSR from the drop-down list.
6. In the "Loyalty Card Redemption - Step 1" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. Do one of the following:


To view the available funds/status of the loyalty card, see page 132.
To proceed with the Redemption, go to step d.
d. Click on the Swipe Loyalty Card button.
7. When "Please swipe loyalty card now" displays on the "Purchase" page, swipe the
loyalty card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
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If the "Payment Details - Step 2" -area fields display (e.g., Bonus Code), enter
the required data (if you are unsure about what to enter, consult your
manager), and click on the Process button.
8. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Purchase" page,
the transaction is complete, but note:


If a "Balance Due #### pts" response is indicated, see page 138.
If a "Balance Due 0 pts" (zero points) response is indicated, the transaction is
complete (go to step 10).
9. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.7.2
Manual Redemption (points) with loyalty card: keyed entry
Follow the steps below to redeem points from a loyalty card by manually entering
(keying) the card data in the Merchant Resource Center fields.
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Purchase.
2. Wait for the "Purchase" page to display.
3. In the "Transaction Details" area, do the following:
a. From the drop-down list, select Points Value Purchase/Redemption.
b. In the Points to Redeem field, enter the number of points that you want to
redeem from the loyalty card.
c. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
4. Click on the Next button.
5. In the "Payment Method" area, select Loyalty Card - Keyed from the drop-down
list.
6. In the "Loyalty Card Redemption - Step 1" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. Do one of the following:


To view the available funds/status of the loyalty card, see page 132.
To proceed with the Redemption, go to step d.
d. In the Loyalty Card Number field, enter the loyalty card number.
7. Click on the Next button.

If the "Payment Details - Step 2" -area fields display (e.g., Bonus Code), enter
the required data (if you are unsure about what to enter, consult your
manager), and click on the Process button.
8. Wait for the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response to display on the "Purchase"
page:


If a "Balance Due #### pts" response is indicated, see page 138.
If a "Balance Due 0 pts" (zero points) response is indicated, the transaction is
complete (go to step 10).
9. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.8
Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
Loyalty Void
To reverse a loyalty transaction that originally awarded points for an associated
transaction that has since been voided, do the following:

To reverse a loyalty transaction for an associated debit/credit Void, see page 114.

To reverse a loyalty transaction for an associated gift Void, see page 114.

To reverse a loyalty transaction for an associated loyalty Redemption, see
page 115.
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7.8.1
Loyalty Void: removing loyalty points for associated
debit/credit Void
When the "APPROVED" response displays on the "Void" page of a debit/credit transaction
that you have just processed, follow the steps below to do a loyalty Void and remove the
loyalty points awarded for the original Purchase, Capture, or Voice Authorization-Advice
transaction.
1. In the "Action Items" area, click on the Loyalty button.
2. When the "APPROVED" response displays (see the "Loyalty Response" area on the
"Void" page), the transaction is complete.
3. Print/e-mail the transaction receipts now (see page 83).
7.8.2
Loyalty Void: reversing an associated gift card Purchase
Follow the steps below to do a loyalty Void and remove the loyalty points awarded for
the original gift card Purchase (see page 91).
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Void.
2. Wait for the "Void" page to display.
3. In the Order ID field, enter the Order ID of the original loyalty Purchase
transaction that you want to reverse.
Note: If you only have a partial Order ID, mark the begins with or the ends with
radio button.
4. Click on the Locate Transaction button.
5. Wait for the "Void" page to display.
6. In the "Transaction List" area, click on the Void button beside the transaction that
you want to reverse.
7. When the "Transaction Details" area displays, click on the Process button.
8. When the "Approved" or "Declined" response displays on the "Void" page, the
transaction is complete.
9. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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Loyalty Void: reversing a loyalty Redemption
Follow the steps below to reverse (void) an open-batch loyalty card Redemption for
dollars (see page 107) or reverse an open-batch loyalty card Redemption for points (see
page 110) for the full amount of the original transaction (restores loyalty points/dollars
to the card).
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Void.
2. Wait for the "Void" page to display.
3. In the Order ID field, enter the Order ID of the original Redemption transaction
that you want to reverse.
Note: If you only have a partial Order ID, mark the begins with or the ends with
radio button.
4. Click on the Locate Transaction button.
5. Wait for the "Void" page to display.
6. In the "Transaction List" area, click on the Void button beside the transaction that
you want to reverse.
7. When the "Transaction Details" area displays, click on the Process button.
8. When the "Approved" or "Declined" response displays on the "Void" page, the
transaction is complete.
9. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.9
Loyalty Refund
To reverse a loyalty transaction that originally awarded points for an associated
Purchase that has since been refunded, do the following:

To reverse a loyalty transaction for an associated debit/credit Refund, see
page 117.

To reverse a loyalty transaction for an associated cash Refund, see page 117.

To reverse a loyalty transaction for an associated gift Refund, see page .

To reverse a loyalty transaction for an associated loyalty Redemption, see
page 118.
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7.9.1
Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
Loyalty Refund: removing loyalty points for associated
debit/credit Refund
When the "APPROVED" response displays on the "Refund" page of a debit/credit
transaction that you just processed, follow the steps below to do a loyalty Refund and
remove the loyalty points that were awarded for the original debit/credit Purchase,
Capture, or Voice Authorization-Advice transaction.
Note: Some loyalty card programs do not allow loyalty Refunds.
1. In the "Action Items" area, click on the Loyalty button.
2. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays (see the "Loyalty
Response" area on the "Refund" page), the transaction is complete.
3. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
7.9.2
Loyalty Refund: removing loyalty points for associated cash
Refund
When the "APPROVED" response displays on the "Refund" page of a cash transaction that
you just processed, follow the steps below to do a loyalty Refund and remove the loyalty
points that were awarded for the original cash Purchase.
Note: Some loyalty card programs do not allow loyalty Refunds.
1. In the "Action Items" area, click on the Loyalty button.
2. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays (see the "Loyalty
Response" area on the "Refund" page), the transaction is complete.
3. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.9.3
Loyalty Refund: removing loyalty points for associated gift
Refund
Follow the steps below to do a loyalty Refund and remove points that were awarded for a
gift card transaction (for which points were awarded) that you have since refunded (see
page 95).
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Refund.
2. Wait for the "Refund" page to display.
3. In the Order ID field, enter the Order ID of the original loyalty Purchase that you
want to reverse.
Note: If you only have a partial Order ID, mark the begins with or the ends with
radio button.
4. Click on the Locate Transaction button.
5. Wait for the "Refund" page to display.
6. In the "Transaction List" area, click on the Refund button beside the transaction
that you want to reverse.
7. When the "Transaction Details" area displays, click on the Process button.
8. When the "Approved" or "Declined" response displays on the "Refund" page, the
transaction is complete.
9. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
7.9.4
Loyalty Refund: reversing a loyalty Redemption
A loyalty Redemption transaction in a closed batch cannot be reversed (refunded) from
the Merchant Resource Center.
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7.10 Redeeming coupon/voucher with gift/loyalty card
Redeem a coupon/voucher.

For a listing of supported card entry methods, including the associated
procedures describing how to use them to perform this transaction, refer to the
table below:
Card entry method
See procedure on:
unencrypted MSR
page 120
keyed (manual) entry
page 121
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7.10.1
Redeeming coupon/voucher with gift/loyalty card: MSR
Follow the steps below to redeem a coupon/voucher by using an unencrypted magnetic
stripe reader to capture the card data.
Note: No dollars or points will be used from the card as a result of this transaction (i.e., it
will result in a zero-dollar Purchase/Redemption).
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Redeem.
2. Wait for the "Redeem - Coupon / Voucher" page to display.
3. In the "Read Card" area, select Mag Swipe Reader from the drop-down list.
4. In the "Redeem Details - Step 1" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. Click on the Swipe Gift Card button.
d. When "Please swipe card now" displays on the "Redeem - Coupon / Voucher"
page, swipe the gift/loyalty card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
5. In the "Payment Details - Step 2" area, do the following:
a. In the Reference Number field, enter the "REF NUM" from the gift/loyalty
coupon/voucher receipt.


If the CVC field displays, enter the card validation code.
If any other data field displays, enter the required data (if you are unsure
about what to enter, consult your manager).
b. Click on the Process button.
6. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the
"Redeem - Coupon/Voucher" page, the transaction is complete.
7. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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Redeeming coupon/voucher with gift/loyalty card: keyed
entry
Follow the steps below to redeem a coupon/voucher by manually entering (keying) the
gift/loyalty card data in the Merchant Resource Center fields.
Note: No dollars or points will be used from the card as a result of this transaction (i.e., it
will result in a zero-dollar Purchase/Redemption).
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Redeem.
2. Wait for the "Redeem - Coupon / Voucher" page to display.
3. In the "Read Card" area, select Keyed from the drop-down list.
4. In the "Redeem Details - Step 1" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Gift Card Number field, enter the gift/loyalty card number.
d. Click on the Next button.
5. In the "Payment Details - Step 2" area, do the following:
a. In the Reference Number field, enter the "REF NUM" from the gift/loyalty
coupon/voucher receipt.


If the CVC field displays, enter the card validation code.
If any other data field displays, enter the required data (if you are unsure
about what to enter, consult your manager).
b. Click on the Process button.
6. When the "APPROVED" or "DECLINED" response displays on the
"Redeem-Coupon/Voucher" page, the transaction is complete.
7. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.11 Activating and loading a gift/loyalty card
Activate and load a gift/loyalty card.

For a listing of supported card entry methods, including the associated
procedures describing how to use them to perform this transaction, refer to the
table below:
Card entry method
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7.11.1
Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
Activating and loading a gift/loyalty card: MSR
Follow the steps below to activate a gift/loyalty card by using an unencrypted magnetic
stripe reader to capture the card data.
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Activate.
2. Wait for the "Activate" page to display.
3. In the "Read Card" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. From the "Card Input Method" drop-down list, select Mag Swipe Reader.
b. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
c. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
d. Click on the Swipe Card button.
e. When "Please swipe card now" displays on the "Activate" page, swipe the
gift/loyalty card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
4. Do one of the following:


If the ""Activation Details - Step 2" area displays, go to step 5.
If the "APPROVED" response displays, go to step 6.
5. In the "Activation Details - Step 2" area, do the following:
a. If the CVC field displays, enter the card validation code.
b. If the Activation Amount field displays (e.g., variable amount gift cards), enter
the amount that you want to load on the card.

If any other data field displays, enter the required data (if you are unsure
about what to enter, consult your manager).
c. Click on the Process button.
6. When the "APPROVED" response displays on the "Activate" page, click on the
Continue button.
7. Select a payment method (refer to the appropriate procedure in the table below):
Payment method
card entry method
debit/credit card
iPP320 PINpad
page 133
debit/credit card
unencrypted MSR
page 134
debit/credit card
keyed entry
page 135
cash
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see procedure on:
page 136
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7.11.2
Activating and loading a gift/loyalty card: keyed entry
Follow the steps below to activate a gift/loyalty card by using an unencrypted magnetic
stripe reader to capture the card data.
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Activate.
2. Wait for the "Activate" page to display.
3. In the "Read Card" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. From the "Card Input Method" drop-down list, select Keyed Entry.
b. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
c. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
d. In the Card Number field, enter the gift/loyalty card number, and click on the
Next button.
4. Do one of the following:


If the "Activation Details - Step 2" area displays, to go step 5.
If the "APPROVED" response displays, go to step 6.
5. In the "Activation Details - Step 2" area, do the following:
a. If the CVC field displays, enter the card validation code.
b. If the Activation Amount field displays (e.g., variable amount gift cards), enter
the amount that you want to load on the card.

If any other data field displays, enter the required data (if you are unsure
about what to enter, consult your manager).
c. Click on the Process button.
6. When the "APPROVED" response displays on the "Activate" page, click on the
Continue button.
7. Select a payment method, and refer to the appropriate procedure in the table
below:
Payment method
card entry method
debit/credit card
iPP320 PINpad
page 133
debit/credit card
unencrypted MSR
page 134
debit/credit card
keyed entry
page 135
cash
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7.12 Deactivating a gift/loyalty card
Deactivate a gift/loyalty card.

For a listing of supported card entry methods, including the associated
procedures describing how to use them to perform this transaction, refer to the
table below:
Card entry method
See procedure on:
unencrypted MSR
page 126
keyed (manual) entry
page 127
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7.12.1
Deactivating a gift/loyalty card: MSR
Follow the steps below to permanently deactivate a gift/loyalty card by using an
unencrypted magnetic stripe reader to capture the card data.
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Deactivate.
2. Wait for the "Deactivate" page to display.
3. In the "Read Card" area, select Mag Swipe Reader from the drop-down list.
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
4. In the "Deactivation Details - Step 1" area, do the following:
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. Click on the Swipe Card button.
d. When "Please swipe card now" displays on the "Deactivate" page, swipe the
gift/loyalty card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
5. Do one of the following:


If the "Payment Details - Step 2" area displays, go to step 6.
If the "APPROVED" response displays, go to step 7.
6. In the "Payment Details - Step 2" area, do the following:
a. If the CVC field displays, enter the card validation code.

If any other data field displays, enter the required data (if you are unsure
about what to enter, consult your manager).
7. When the "APPROVED" response displays on the "Deactivate" page, the
transaction is complete (the card is deactivated).
8. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.12.2
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Deactivating a gift/loyalty card: keyed entry
Follow the steps below to permanently deactivate a gift/loyalty card by manually
entering (keying) the card data in the Merchant Resource Center fields.
1. On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Deactivate.
2. Wait for the "Deactivate" page to display.
3. In the "Read Card" area, select Keyed Entry from the drop-down list.
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
4. In the "Deactivation Details - Step 1" area, do the following:
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Card Number field, enter the gift/loyalty card number.
d. Click on the Next button.
5. Do one of the following:


If the "Payment Details - Step 2" area displays, go to step 6.
If the "APPROVED" response displays, go to step 7.
6. In the " Payment Details - Step 2" area, do the following:
a. If the CVC field displays, enter the card validation code.

If any other data field displays, enter the required data (if you are unsure
about what to enter, consult your manager).
b. Click on the Process button.
7. When the "APPROVED" response displays on the "Deactivate" page, the
transaction is complete (the card is deactivated).
8. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.13 Balance Inquiry for gift/loyalty card: initiating from
menu bar
Obtain the points balance and status for a gift/loyalty card.

For a listing of supported card entry methods, including the associated
procedures describing how to use them to perform this transaction, refer to the
table below:
Card entry method
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7.13.1
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Balance Inquiry for gift/loyalty card: MSR
Follow the steps below to obtain the status and dollar or points balance on a gift/loyalty
card by using an unencrypted magnetic stripe reader to capture the card data.
1.
On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Balance Inquiry.
2. Wait for the "Balance Inquiry" page to display.
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
3. In the "Read Card" area, do the following:
a. Select Mag Swipe Reader from the drop-down list.
b. Click on the Swipe Card button.
c. When "Please swipe card now" displays on the "Balance Inquiry" page, swipe
the gift/loyalty card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
4. Do one of the following:


If the "Card Details - Step 2" area displays, go to step 5.
In the "Inquiry Response"-area details display, go to step 6.
5. In the "Card Details - Step 2" area, do the following:
a. In the CVC field, enter the card validation code.

If any other data field displays, enter the required data (if you are unsure
about what to enter, consult your manager).
b. Click on the Next button.
6. When the "Inquiry Response"-area details display on the "Balance Inquiry" page,
the operation is complete.
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7.13.2
Balance Inquiry for gift/loyalty card: keyed entry
Follow the steps below to obtain the status and dollar or points balance on a gift/loyalty
card by manually entering (keying) the card data in the Merchant Resource Center fields.
1.
On the menu bar, click on Gift/Loyalty > Balance Inquiry.
2. Wait for the "Balance Inquiry" page to display.
3. In the "Read Card" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. From the drop-down list, select Keyed Entry.
b. In the Card Number field, enter the gift/loyalty card number.
c. Click on the Next button.
4. Do one of the following:


If the "Card Details - Step 2" area displays, go to step 5.
If the "Inquiry Response"-area details display, go to step 6.
5. In the "Card Details - Step 2" area, do the following:
a. In the CVC field, enter the card validation code.

If any other data field displays, enter the required data (if you are unsure
about what to enter, consult your manager).
b. Click on the Next button.
6. When the "Inquiry Response"-area details display on the "Balance Inquiry" page,
the operation is complete.
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7.14 Balance Inquiry for gift card: initiating during gift
Purchase
Follow the steps below to perform view the dollar balance and status of a gift card while
you are performing a gift Purchase transaction.
1. In the "Gift Card Payment - Step 1" area on the "Purchase" page, click on the Gift
Card Balance Inquiry button.
2. When the "Balance Inquiry" page displays, capture the gift card data:
To swipe the gift card on an unencrypted magnetic stripe reader:
a. From the "Card Input" drop-down list, select Mag Swipe Reader.
b. Click on the Swipe Card button.
c. When "Please swipe card now" displays on the "Balance Inquiry" page, swipe
the gift card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
To manually enter the gift card:
a. From the "Card Input" drop-down list, select Keyed Entry.
b. In the Card Number field, enter the gift card number.
c. Click on the Next button.
3. In the "Card Details - Step 2" area, do the following:
a. In the CVC field, enter the card validation code.

If any other data field displays, enter the required data (consult your
manager if you are unsure about what to enter).
b. Click on the Next button.
4. When the "Inquiry Response"-area details display on the "Balance Inquiry" page,
the operation is complete.
5. Click on Close Window at the top of the page, and refer back to the gift Purchase
procedure.
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7.15 Balance Inquiry for loyalty card: initiating during
loyalty Redemption
Follow the steps below to view the points balance and status of a loyalty card while you
are performing a manual loyalty Redemption transaction.
1. In the "Loyalty Card Payment - Step 1" area on the "Purchase" page, click on the
Loyalty Card Balance Inquiry button.
2. When the "Balance Inquiry" page displays, capture the loyalty card data:
To swipe the loyalty card on an unencrypted magnetic stripe reader:
a. From the "Card Input" drop-down list, select Mag Swipe Reader.
b. Click on the Swipe Card button.
c. When "Please swipe card now" displays on the "Balance Inquiry" page, swipe
the loyalty card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
To manually enter the loyalty card:
a. From the "Card Input" drop-down list, select Keyed Entry.
b. In the Card Number field, enter the loyalty card number.
c. Click on the Next button.
3. Do one of the following:


If the "Card Details - Step 2" area displays, enter the required data in any field
that displays (consult your manager if you are unsure about what to enter),
and click on the Next button.
If the "Inquiry Response"-area details display, go to step 4.
4. When the "Inquiry Response"-area details display on the "Balance Inquiry" page,
the operation is complete.
5. Click on Close Window at the top of the page, and refer back to the loyalty
Redemption procedure.
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7.16 Optional procedures: gift/loyalty cards
7.16.1
Activating a gift/loyalty card - payment with debit/credit
card: iPP320 PINpad
Follow the steps below to complete a gift card Activate transaction by paying the balance
due with a debit/credit card. You will use an iPP320 PINpad to capture the debit/credit
card data (insert, tap, or swipe).
1. In the "Payment Method" area on the "Activate" page, select Debit/Credit - Pinpad
from the drop-down list.
2. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. If the Enable manual card input box displays, ensure that it is unmarked.
b. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
c. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
d. In the Amount field, confirm that the displayed dollar amount (#.##) is the
amount that you want to load on the gift card (i.e., the Purchase amount).
Note: If no amount data is displayed in the field, enter the amount now.
3. Click on the Swipe Card button.
4. When "Establishing communication with pinpad" displays on the "Activate" page,
wait.
5. When "Please follow prompts on pinpad" displays on the "Activate" page, see
Cardholder prompts: iPP320 PINpad (page 78).
6. When the "APPROVED or "DECLINED" response displays on the "Activate" page, the
transaction is complete:


If Moneris Loyalty is enabled and you want to award loyalty points,
see page 101.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass awarding
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.16.2
Activating a gift/loyalty card - payment with debit/credit
card: MSR
Follow the steps below to complete a gift card Activate transaction by paying the balance
due with a credit card. You will use an unencrypted magnetic stripe reader to capture
the credit card data.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
1. In the "Payment Method" area on the "Activate" page, select Credit Card - MSR
from the drop-down list.
2. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.
d. In the Amount field, confirm that the displayed dollar amount (#.##) is the
amount that you want to load on the gift card (i.e., the Purchase amount).
Note: If no amount data is displayed in the field, enter the amount now.
e. In the Card Verification Digits field, enter the card verification digits.
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If the "Address Verification" area displays, enter the billing address data in
the Street Number, Street Name (use also to enter PO box data), and
Zip/Postal Code fields (for a post office box, checkmark PO Box).
To add order details (shipping/billing and product details), see page 64.
3. Click on the Swipe Card button.
4. When "Please swipe credit card now" displays on the "Activate" page, swipe the
credit card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
5. When the "APPROVED" or DECLINED" response displays on the "Activate" page, the
transaction is complete:
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If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass awarding
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.16.3
Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
Activating a gift/loyalty card - payment with debit/credit
card: keyed entry
Follow the steps below to complete a gift card Activate transaction by paying the balance
due with a credit card. You will manually enter (key) the card in the Merchant Resource
Center fields.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
1. In the "Payment Method" area on the "Activate" page, select Credit Card - Keyed
Entry from the drop-down list.
2. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.
d. In the Amount field, confirm that the displayed dollar amount (#.##) is the
amount that you want to load on the gift card (i.e., the Purchase amount).
Note: If no amount data is displayed in the field, enter the amount now.
e. In the Credit Card Number field, enter the card account number.
f.
In the Expiry Date field, enter the card expiry date (MMYY).
g. In the Card Verification Digits field, enter the card verification digits.
h. From the "ECI Indicator" drop-down list, select an e-commerce descriptor.
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If the "Address Verification" area displays, enter the billing address data in
the Street Number, Street Name (use also to enter PO box data), and
Zip/Postal Code fields (for a post office box, checkmark PO Box).
To add order details (shipping/billing and product details), see page 64.
3. Click on the Process Transaction button.
4. When the "APPROVED" or DECLINED" response displays on the "Activate" page, the
transaction is complete:
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If Moneris Loyalty is enabled and you want to award loyalty points,
see page 101.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass awarding
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.16.4
Activating a gift/loyalty card - payment with cash
Follow the steps below to complete a gift card Activate transaction by paying the balance
due with cash.
1. In the "Payment Method" area on the "Activate" page, select Cash from the dropdown list.
2. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Amount field, confirm that the displayed dollar amount (#.##) is the
amount that you want to load on the gift card (i.e., the Purchase amount).
Note: If no amount data is displayed in the field, enter the amount now.
d. In the Amount Tendered field, optionally enter the dollar amount tendered by
the customer.
Note: The Change Due field will automatically display the dollar amount
owed to the customer.
3. Click on the Complete button.
4. When the "APPROVED" response displays on the "Activate" page, the transaction
is complete:
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see page 101.
If Moneris Loyalty is not enabled or it is but you want to bypass awarding
points, print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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7.16.5
Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
Balance due for gift dollars transaction
When a gift Purchase results in a "Balance Due $#.##" response (because there are
insufficient dollars on the gift card to cover the gift Purchase amount), follow the steps
below to select another payment type to cover the outstanding balance.
1. In the "Action Items" area on the response page, click on the Continue button.
2. Wait for the "Purchase" page to display.
3. Based on the payment method/card entry method that you want to use to pay
the outstanding balance, refer to the appropriate Purchase procedure below:
Gift card
Card entry method
See Purchase procedure on:
unencrypted MSR
page 92 (begin at step 7)
keyed entry
page 93 (begin at step 8)
Loyalty card (dollars redemption)
Card entry method
See Redemption procedure on:
unencrypted MSR
page 108 (begin at step 5 )
keyed entry
page 109 (begin at step 5)
Debit/credit card
Card entry method
See Purchase procedure on:
iPP320 PINpad
page 25 (begin at step 3)
iPP320 PINpad (keyed)
page 26 (begin at step 3)
unencrypted MSR
page 28 (begin at step 3)
keyed entry
page 30 (begin at step 3)
Cash
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See page 31 (begin at step 3).
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7.16.6
Balance due for loyalty dollars transaction
When a loyalty Redemption results in a "Balance Due $#.##" response (because there are
insufficient dollars/points on the loyalty card to cover the loyalty Redemption amount),
follow the steps below to select another payment type to cover the outstanding balance.
1. In the "Action Items" area on the response page, click on the Continue button.
2. Wait for the "Purchase" page to display.
3. Based on the payment method/card entry method that you want to use to pay
the outstanding balance, refer to the appropriate Purchase procedure below:
Gift card
Card entry method
See Purchase procedure on:
unencrypted MSR
page 92 (begin at step 7)
keyed entry
page 93 (begin at step 8)
Loyalty card (dollars redemption)
Card entry method
See Redemption procedure on:
unencrypted MSR
page 108 (begin at step 5 )
keyed entry
page 109 (begin at step 5)
Debit/credit card
Card entry method
See Purchase procedure on:
iPP320 PINpad
page 25 (begin at step 3)
iPP320 PINpad (keyed)
page 26 (begin at step 3)
unencrypted MSR
page 28 (begin at step 3)
keyed entry
page 30 (begin at step 3)
Cash
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See page 31 (begin at step 3).
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Moneris Gift/Loyalty card programs
Balance due for loyalty points Redemption
When a manual loyalty card Redemption results in a "Balance Due #### pts" response
(i.e., because there are insufficient points on the loyalty card to cover the Redemption
amount), follow the steps below to select another payment type to cover the
outstanding balance.
1. In the "Action Items" area on the response page, click on the Continue button.
2. Wait for the "Purchase" page to display.
3. Based on the card entry method that you want to use to pay the outstanding
balance, refer to the appropriate Redemption procedure below:
Loyalty card (points redemption)
Card entry method
See Redemption procedure on:
unencrypted MSR
page 111 (begin at step 5)
keyed entry
page 112 (begin at step 5)
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Recurring billing
If your Merchant Resource Center store is enabled for the recurring billing feature, you
may initiate the automatic charging of customer credit cards (and some debit chip
cards) at regular intervals, suspend payments, include one-time fees, and generate card
expiration reports for transactions. You may also manage the setup of existing
recurring transactions.
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To register a recurring transaction, see page 141.
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To manage (update or delete) a recurring transaction, see page 143.
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To generate a recurring transaction report, see page 145.
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8.1
Recurring billing
Registering a recurring transaction: keyed entry
Follow the steps below to register a transaction (Purchase) that is set to recur
automatically at a frequency that you define. You manually enter (key) the card data in
the Merchant Resource Center fields.
Note: Some debit chip cards may be used for this transaction.
1. On the menu bar, click on Recurring > Add Recurring Transaction.
2. Wait for the "Add Recurring Transaction" page to display.
3. Do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Credit Card Number field, enter the card account number.
d. In the Expiry Date field, enter the card expiry date (MMYY).
e. In the Card Verification Digits field, enter the card verification digits.
f.
From the "ECI Indicator" drop-down list, select an e-commerce descriptor.

If the "Address Verification" area displays, enter the billing address data in
the Street Number, Street Name (use also to enter PO box data), and
Zip/Postal Code fields (for a post office box, checkmark PO Box).
4. In the "Recurring Details" area, do the following:
a. Mark a "Bill Now" radio button:
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To start billing when the transaction is registered, mark the YES radio
button, and enter the first billing amount in the Bill Now Amount field.
To start billing some time after the transaction is registered, mark the NO
radio button.
Note: If "NO" is selected but you want to obtain card verification results
when the recurring transaction is registered, checkmark the Perform
card verification box.
b. In the Recurring Amount field, enter the amount to be billed at the specified
recur start time.
c. From the Start Date drop-down list, select the date on which billing is to
commence.
d. In the Recur Every field, enter a number that defines the interval of a single
billing to the card (billing does not include the "BILL NOW" amount if this
option was selected in step a).
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Note: If you enter 8 for example, billing will occur after eight undefined
periods of time have elapsed. (You define the periods of time in step e.)
e. From the Recur Every drop-down list, select the time frame (e.g., day(s),
month(s), year(s)) to define the interval of a single billing.
Note: If month(s) is selected for example, the card will be billed once every "X"
number of months. ("X" is defined by what you entered in step d.)
f.
In the Number of Recurs field, enter a number that defines how many times a
card should be billed not including the "Bill Now" option.
Note: If you enter 5 for example, a single billing will occur five times at
whatever interval you specified in steps d and e.
g. Click on the Add Customer Details button, and enter data in the "Customer
Details"-area fields (First Name, Last Name, Company, Address, State/Prov,
Zip Code, Country, Phone, and Fax).
5. Click on the Process Transaction button.
6. When the "successfully registered" response displays on the "Add Recurring
Transaction" page, the operation is complete.
7. While the "Add Recurring Transaction" page is displayed, do one of the following:
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Update the recurring transaction details now (see page 143; begin at step 8).
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Close the "Add Recurring Transaction" page, and update the recurring
transaction details later (see page 143; begin at step 1).
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8.2
Recurring billing
Managing a recurring transaction
Follow the steps below to alter the characteristics of a recurring transaction.
1. On the menu bar, click on Recurring > Manage Recurring.
2. Wait for the "Manage Recurring Transactions" page to display.
3. You may narrow the search by using Customer ID, Order ID, last name, amount,
managed account update status, and hold status ("other criteria"); and /or date:
To narrow the search by "other criteria":
a. In the "Other Criteria" area, checkmark the box beside any of the other criteria
(Customer ID, Last Name, Order ID, Amount , Managed Account Update
Ignore Enabled, and Hold Status) that you want to include in the report.
b. Enter the required data in the field beside any box that you checkmarked in
the previous step.
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If you checkmarked the Hold Status box, mark the On Hold or Active radio
button.
To narrow the search by date
a. In the "Date" area, checkmark the Date box.
b. Checkmark the box beside one or more of the following date criteria: Create
Date, Start Date, Next Recur Date, and/or End Date.
c. For each box that you checkmarked in the previous step, select a date
(DD/MM/YYYY) from the corresponding From /To drop-down lists.
4. In the "Sort By" area, set your sort order preference for listing the results:
a. From the Sort Transactions by drop-down list, select the order (Create Date,
Start Date, Next Recur Date, etc.) in which you want the hits to be listed.
b. From the Rows per Page drop-down list, select the maximum number of hits
you want displayed on a single page.
5. To save your search criteria for the next time you generate the report, click on the
Save Settings button; otherwise, go to the next step without changing anything.

To view recurring transactions using cards that are about to expire, click on
the Get Expiring Cards button.
6. Click on the Submit Search button (or Perform Query button).
7. When the "Transaction List" displays, click on the Details button of the recurring
transaction that you want to alter.
8. When the "Order History" page displays, you may terminate the recurring
transaction; update the recurring transaction's card data, address data, and
customer details; and alter the recurrence frequency of the transaction:
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To terminate the recurring transaction:
a. In the "Recurring Details" area, click on the Terminate Payment button.
b. When the "update successful" response displays, the operation is complete.
To update the card data of the recurring transaction:
a. In the "Payment Details" area, edit the payment fields as desired.
Note: If you are using the Managed Account Updater service (see page 228)
and want to discontinue having the service update this profile, select
the Disable automatic card updates for this profile box (this option may
already be selected depending on the response of the updater service).
If you are using the managed account updater service, you may switch
back and forth between using the older card data (Old Card Num) and
the newly updated card data (New Card Num) by clicking on the Revert
button. If the Updater service has changed the card data multiple
times, you will only be able to revert the most recent update.
b. Click on the Update Card Data button.
c. When the "update successful" response displays, the operation is complete.
To update the address data of the recurring transaction:
a. In the "Address Verification" area, edit the address fields as desired.
b. Click on the Update Details button.
c. When the "update successful" response displays, the operation is complete.
To update the customer data of the recurring transaction:
a. In the "Customer Data" area, edit the customer fields as desired.
b. Click on the Update Customer Data button.
c. When the "update successful" response displays, the operation is complete.
To update the frequency of the recurring transaction:
a. In the "Recurring Details" area, and do one of the following:
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
To change the duration of a recurring billing, enter a different number in
the Recurs Remaining field.
To change the status of a recurring billing, mark a "Status" radio button.
(If Hold is marked, the card will not be charged. If Active is marked, the
recurring billing will continue.)
b. Click on the Update Recurring Details button.
c. When the "update successful" response displays, the operation is complete.
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8.3
Recurring billing
Recurring transactions report
Follow the steps below to generate a recurring transactions report.
1. On the menu bar, click on Recurring > Recurring Reports.
2. Wait for the "Recurring Transaction Reports" page to display.
3. Select a general date range, or specify your own date/time range:
To select a general transaction date range:
a. In the "Date" area, mark the radio button under "Date".
b. Select a date range from the adjacent drop-down list (Today, Yesterday, This
Week, etc.).
To specify your own transaction date/time range:
a. Mark the radio button beside the From drop-down list, and then select your
"from-this-date" values (hh:mm DD/MM/YYYY).
b. Mark the radio button beside the To drop-down list, and then select your "tothis-date" values (hh:mm DD/MM/YYYY).
4. Optionally narrow the search by transaction response, card type, or "other criteria
(card number, Customer ID, Order ID, amount, and batch number) as follows:
To narrow the search by transaction response:
a. Checkmark the Transaction Response box.
b. In the "Transaction Response" area, checkmark the box beside any response
type (Approved, Declined, and Incomplete) that you want to include in the
report.
To narrow the search by card type:
a. Checkmark the Card Type box.
b. In the "Card Type" area, checkmark the box beside any card type that you
want to include in the report.
To narrow the search by "other criteria":
a. In the "Other Criteria" area, checkmark the box beside any of the other criteria
(Card Number, Amount, Customer ID, Order ID, and Batch Number) that you
want to include in the report.
b. For any box that you checkmarked in the previous step, enter the required
data in the corresponding field.
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If you enter partial data, mark the begins with or ends with radio button.
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5. In the "Sort By" area, set your sort order preference for listing the results:
a. From the "Sort Transactions by" drop-down list, select the order (Date/Time
and Order ID) in which you want the hits to be listed.
b. From the "Rows per Page" drop-down list, select the maximum number of hits
you want displayed on a single page.
6. To save your search criteria for the next time you generate the report, click on the
Save Settings button; otherwise, leave the search configuration as is, and go to
the next step.
7. Click on the Submit Search button (or Perform Query button).
8. When the "Transaction List" displays, you may view a specific transaction (e.g., a
Purchase) or the view the details of a recurring transaction profile:
Note: The "RECUR ORDER ID" links to the Order History of a specific financial
transaction (e.g., a Purchase that occurred according to the recurring
transaction profile setup). The "ORDER ID" links to the recurring transaction
profile itself.
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To export the transaction list to a text file, see page 173.
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Vault
With the Vault feature, you may create unique customer profiles, manage those profiles,
and use them to perform transactions without having to enter secure financial
information each time you want to perform financial transaction. Each Vault profile
that you create is uniquely identified by a data key that is generated by the Merchant
Resource Center.

To register a new Vault profile, see page 148.
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To manage an existing Vault profile, see page 151.
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To view a Vault profile report, see page 160.
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To set up a hosted Vault configuration, see page 162.
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9.1
Registering a Vault profile
Register a Vault profile.
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For the step-by-step instructions on how to use a supported card entry method to
perform the registration, refer to the table below.
Card entry method
See procedure on:
unencrypted MSR
page 149
keyed (manual) entry
page 150
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9.1.1
Vault
Registering a Vault profile: unencrypted MSR
Follow the steps below to register a Vault profile by using an unencrypted magnetic
stripe reader to capture the credit card data for the profile.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
1. On the menu bar, click on Vault > Add Profile.
2. Wait for the "Add Profile" page to display.
3. In the "Transaction Method" area, select Credit Card - MSR from the drop-down
list.

To obtain card verification results, checkmark the Perform card verification
box.
4. In the "Profile Details" area, optionally enter profile details in the Customer ID,
Phone Number, Email Address and Special Instructions fields.
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.

If the "Address Verification" area displays, enter the billing address data in
the Street Number, Street Name (use also to enter PO box data), and
Zip/Postal Code fields (for a post office box, checkmark PO Box).
5. Click on the Swipe Card to Register Profile button.
6. When "Please swipe credit card now" displays on the "Add Profile" page, swipe
the card on the unencrypted magnetic stripe reader.
7. When the "registration successful" response displays (the profile's alpha-numeric
data key will also be displayed), the transaction is complete.
Important!
Securely and confidentially store the data key for future reference.
You will need to refer to this data key when you want to perform financial
transactions with this Vault profile (see pages 29, 38, and 58).
8. In the "Action Items" area on the "Add Profile" page, you may perform the
following transactions using the newly created Vault profile:
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Purchase (see page 155).
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Preauthorization (see page 156).
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Independent Refund (see page 157).
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Add a recurring transaction (see page 158).
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9.1.2
Registering a Vault profile: keyed entry
Follow the steps to register a Vault profile by manually entering (keying in) card data in
the Merchant Resource Center fields.
Note: Some chip debit cards may be used for this transaction.
1. On the menu bar, click on Vault > Add Profile.
2. Wait for the "Add Profile" page to display.
3. In the "Transaction Method" area, select Credit Card - Keyed Entry from the dropdown list.

To obtain card verification results, checkmark the Perform card verification
box.
4. In the "Profile Details" area, optionally enter profile details in the Customer ID,
Phone Number, Email Address, and Special Instructions fields.
5. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Credit Card Number field, enter the card account number.
b. In the Expiry Date field, enter the card expiry date (MMYY).
c. From the "ECI Indicator" drop-down list, select an e-commerce descriptor.

If the "Address Verification" area displays, enter the billing address data in
the Street Number, Street Name (use also to enter PO box data), and
Zip/Postal Code fields (for a post office box, checkmark PO Box).
6. Click on the Register Profile button.
7. When the "registration successful" response and the associated data key (an
alpha-numeric string) are displayed on the "Add Profile" page, the transaction is
complete.
Important!
Securely and confidentially store the data key for future reference.
You will need to refer to this data key when you want to perform financial
transactions with this Vault profile at a later time (see pages 29, 38, and 58).
8. While the "Add Profile" page is displayed, you may perform the following
transactions using the newly created Vault profile:
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Purchase (see page 155).
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Preauthorization (see page 156).
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Independent Refund (see page 157).

Add recurring transaction (see page 158).
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Vault
Managing a Vault profile
Follow the steps below to retrieve a previously registered Vault profile so that you can
alter its characteristics or delete it.
1. On the menu bar, click on Vault > Manage Profiles.
2. Wait for the "Manage Profiles" page to display.
3. Optionally narrow the search by create date, "other" criteria (see below), and/or
card expiry date:
Narrow the search by profile create date
a. In the "Create Date" area, checkmark the Create Date box.
b. Select a general date range from the drop-down list (e.g., Today, Yesterday,
etc.), or select a specific time and date range (hh:mm DD/MM/YYYY) from the
From/To drop-down lists.
Narrow the search by other criteria
a. Checkmark the box beside one or more of the following criteria: Data Key,
Customer ID, Email Address, and/or Managed Account Update Ignore.
b. For any box that you checkmarked in the previous step, enter the required
data in the corresponding field.
Narrow the search by card expiry date
a. In the "Get Expiring Cards" area, checkmark the Get Expiring Cards box.
b. From the Expiring Within drop-down list, select a general date range.
4. In the "Sort By" area, set your sort order preference for listing the results:
a. From the "Sort Transactions by" drop-down list, select the order in which you
want the hits to be listed (Create Date, Data Key, Email Address, etc.).
b. From the "Rows per Page" drop-down list, select the maximum number of hits
you want displayed on a single page.
c. From the "Sort Order" drop-down list, select an ascending/descending order.
5. To save your search criteria for the next time you do the report, click on the Save
Settings button; otherwise, go to the next step without changing anything.
6. Click on the Submit Search button (or Perform Query button).
7. Wait for the "Transaction List" to display, and then click on the Details button of
the Vault profile that you want to view.
8. When the "Profile Details" page displays, you may alter the profile or initiate a
financial transaction:
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Altering/viewing the Vault profile:
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
To update the Vault profile, see page 153.
To delete the Vault profile, see page 154.
Initiating a financial transaction from the Vault profile:
a. While the "Profile Details" page is displayed, you may initiate one or more of
the following transactions using the Vault profile:
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Purchase (see page 155).
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Preauthorization (see page 156).

Independent Refund (see page 157).

Add recurring transaction (see page 158).
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Vault
Updating the Vault profile
Once you have retrieved a Vault profile (see page 151) and its "Profile Details" page is
displayed, follow the steps below to update the profile.
1. Do one or more of the following:
To update the profile contact details:
a. In the "Profile Details" area, enter the new data as desired in the profile fields
(Customer ID, Email Address, Phone Number, and Special Instructions).
To update the payment details:
a. In the "Payment Details" area, enter the new data as desired in payment
fields (Card Number and Expiry Date), and select an e-commerce descriptor
from the "ECI Indicator" drop-down list.
To update the address verification details:
a. In the "Address Verification" area, enter the address data as desired in the
address fields (Street Name, Street Number, and Zip/Postal Code).
2. When you are finished entering the new data, click on the Update Profile button.
3. When the "update successful" response displays on the "Profile Details" page, the
operation is complete.
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9.2.1.2
Deleting the Vault profile
Once you have retrieved a Vault profile (see page 151) and its "Profile Details" page is
displayed, follow the steps below to delete the profile.
Important!
Once a profile is deleted, it cannot be re-opened.
1. Click on the Delete Profile button.
2. Wait for the "Confirm Profile Deletion - Step 1" details to display.
3. Click on the Confirm button.
4. When the "profile deleted" message displays on the "Profile Details" page, the
operation is complete.
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Vault Purchase with debit/credit card
Once a Vault profile is registered and the profile details are displayed, follow the steps
below to use the Vault profile to perform a debit/credit Purchase.
1. In the "Action Items" area, click on the Purchase button.
2. Wait for the "Vault Purchase" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.
d. In the Amount field, enter the Purchase amount (#.##).
e. In the Card Verification Digits field, enter the card verification digits.
e. From the "ECI Indicator" drop-down list, select an e-commerce descriptor.
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If the "Address Verification" area displays, confirm that the Street
Number, Street Name, and Zip/Postal Code fields are populated with the
correct billing address data.
To add order details (shipping/billing and product details), see page 64.
4. Click on the Process Transaction button.
5. When the "APPROVED" or DECLINED" response displays on the "Vault Purchase"
page, the transaction is complete.
6. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
Note: Moneris loyalty points cannot be awarded for a Purchase that is initiated
from the Vault "Profile Details" page.
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Vault Preauthorization with debit/credit card
Once a Vault profile is registered and the profile details are displayed, follow the steps
below to use the Vault profile to perform a debit/credit Preauthorization.
Important!
To receive the funds for this transaction, you must perform a debit/credit
Capture at a later time (see page 43).
Note: If a purchasing card is registered to the Vault profile and your store is enabled for
level 2/3 reporting (see page 229), you may be prompted to add level 2/3 details
during the Capture.
1. In the "Action Items" area, click on the Preauthorization button.
2. Wait for the "Vault Preauthorization" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
Note: For information about fields referred to in the steps below, see page 218.
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.
d. In the Amount field, enter the Purchase amount (#.##).
e. In the Card Verification Digits field, enter the card verification digits.
f.
From the "ECI Indicator" drop-down list, select an e-commerce descriptor.
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If the "Address Verification" area displays, confirm that the Street
Number, Street Name, and Zip/Postal Code fields are populated with the
correct billing address data.
To add order details (shipping/billing and product details), see page 64.
4. Click on the Process Transaction button.
5. When the "APPROVED" or DECLINED" response displays on the "Vault
Preauthorization" page, the transaction is complete.
6. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
Note: Moneris loyalty points cannot be allocated for a Preauthorization that is
initiated from the Vault "Profile Details" page.
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Vault Independent Refund with debit/credit card
Once a Vault profile is registered and the profile details are displayed, follow the steps
below to use the Vault profile to perform a debit/credit Independent Refund (reverses a
transaction that is not referenced on the Merchant Resource Center).
1. In the "Action Items" area, click on the Independent Refund button.
2. Wait for the "Vault Independent Refund" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Details" area, fill in the remaining fields:
a. In the Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Statement Descriptor field, enter a descriptor for the card statement.
d. In the Amount field, enter the Independent Refund amount (#.##).
e. In the Card Verification Digits field, enter the card verification digits.
4. Click on the Process Transaction button.
5. When the "APPROVED" or DECLINED" response displays on the "Vault
Independent Refund" page, the transaction is complete.
6. Print/e-mail the transaction receipt now (see page 83).
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9.2.1.6
Vault Add Recurring Transaction with debit/credit card
Once a Vault profile is registered and the profile details are displayed, follow the steps
below to use the Vault profile to register a recurring (Purchase) transaction that is set to
recur at regular intervals.
1. In the "Action Items" area, click on the Add Recurring Transaction button.
2. Wait for the "Vault Add Recurring Transaction" page to display.
3. In the "Payment Details" area, do the following:
a. In Order ID field, optionally enter an Order ID.
b. In the Customer ID field, optionally enter a Customer ID.
c. In the Card Verification Digits field, enter the card verification digits.
d. From the "ECI Indicator" drop-down list, select an e-commerce descriptor.
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If the "Address Verification" area displays, confirm that the Street
Number, Street Name, and Zip/Postal Code fields are populated with the
correct billing address data.
4. In the "Recurring Details" area, do the following:
a. Mark a "Bill Now" radio button:
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To start billing when the transaction is registered, mark the YES radio
button, and enter the first billing amount in the Bill Now Amount field.
To start billing some time after the transaction is registered, mark the NO
radio button.
b. In the Recurring Amount field, enter the amount to be billed at the specified
recur start time.
c. From the Start Date drop-down list, select the date on which billing is to
commence.
d. In the Recur Every field, enter a number that defines the interval of a single
billing to the card (billing does not include the "BILL NOW" amount if this
option was selected in step a).
Note: If you enter 8 for example, billing will occur after eight undefined
periods of time have elapsed. (You define the periods of time in step e.)
e. From the "Recur Every" drop-down list, select the time frame (e.g., day(s),
month(s), year(s)) to define the interval of a single billing.
Note: If month(s) is selected for example, the card will be billed once every "X"
number of months. ("X" is defined by what you entered in step d.)
f.
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Note: If you enter 5 for example, a single billing will occur five times at
whatever interval you specified in steps d and e.
g. In the "Customer Details" area, enter data in the customer details fields (First
Name, Last Name, Company, Address, City, State/Prov, Postal Code, Country,
Phone, and Fax).
5. Click on the Process Transaction button.
6. When the "successfully registered" response displays on the "Vault Add Recurring
Transaction" page, the operation is complete.
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9.3
Vault report
Follow the steps below to generate a report about Vault profiles used to process
transactions from your Merchant Resource Center store within the last 18 months.
1. On the menu bar, click on Vault > Vault Reports.
2. Wait for the "Vault Reports" page to display.
3. Select a date range to which to narrow the search for Vault-sourced transactions:
To select a general transaction date range:
a. In the "Date" area, mark the radio button under "Date".
b. Select a general date range (Today, Yesterday, This Week, etc.) from the
adjacent drop-down list.
To specify your own transaction date/time range:
a. Mark the radio button beside the From drop-down list, and then select your
"from-this-date" values (hh:mm DD/MM/YYYY).
b. Mark the radio button beside the To drop-down list, and then select your "tothis-date" values (hh:mm DD/MM/YYYY).
4. Optionally narrow the search by transaction type, transaction response, card
type, or "other" criteria (see below) as follows:
To narrow the search by transaction type
a. Checkmark the Transaction Type box.
b. In the "Transaction Type" area, checkmark the box beside any transaction
type (Purchase, Refund, and Ind. Refund ) that you want to include in the
report.
To narrow the search by transaction response:
a. Checkmark the Transaction Response box.
b. In the "Transaction Response" area, checkmark the box beside any transaction
response type (Approved, Declined, and Incomplete) that you want to include
in the report.
To narrow the search by payment type:
a. Checkmark the Payment Type box.
b. In the "Payment Type" area, checkmark the box beside any card type that you
want to include in the report.
Note: To retrieve Visa Debit card transactions, checkmark the Visa box.
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To narrow the search by "other criteria":
a. In the "Other Criteria" area, checkmark the box beside any other criteria (Card
Number, Amount, Customer ID, Data Key, Order ID, and Batch Number, ECI,
and Username) that you want to include in the report.
b. For any box that you checkmarked in the previous step, enter the required
data in the corresponding field and/or make a selection from the
corresponding drop-down list where applicable.
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If you enter partial data, mark the begins with or ends with radio button.
5. In the "Sort By" area, set your sort order preference for listing the results:
a. From the "Sort Transactions by" drop-down list, select the order (Date/Time,
Order ID, Amount, etc.) in which you want the hits to be listed.
b. From the "Rows per Page" drop-down list, select the maximum number of hits
you want displayed on a single page.
c. From the "Sort Order" drop-down list, select an ascending/descending order.
6. Do one of the following:
Save the search criteria as the default, and generate the full report:
a. Click on the Save Settings button.
b. Click on the Perform Query button.
No change to default search criteria, and generate the full report:
a. Click on the Submit Search button.
7. When the "Transaction List" displays, the operation is complete.
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9.4
Hosted Vault configuration
This feature allows for the integration of the Vault into an independent merchant
Website or application. The collection of the secure credit card or bank account data is
handled on a secure Moneris Hosted Page.
Each account may have up to five unique Hosted Vault Page configurations. Please note
that these configurations do not equate to different stores: All profiles are added to the
same store. Each configuration can have a differing appearance as well as handle
responses in varying ways.
For information about how to view or download detailed Hosted Paypage configuration
instructions, page 235.
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From your Merchant Resource Center store, you may generate/view detailed transaction
and batch reports regarding all transactions processed from your store. The following
reports may be generated from the Moneris Merchant Resource Center:
Debit/credit and cash
Report type
See procedure on :
Transactions (single)*
page 164
Grouped transactions
page 166
Managed account updater
page 169
Batches
page 171
* For recurring transactions report, see page 145.
* For Vault profile-originated transactions report, see page 160.
Gift/loyalty
Report type
See procedure on:
Transactions
page 167
Batches
page 171
Batches:
Report type
batches
See procedure on :
page 171
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10.1 Transactions report: debit/credit cards and cash
Follow the steps below to generate a report about debit/credit and cash transactions
processed on your Merchant Resource Center store within the last 18 months.
1. On the menu bar, click on Reports > Transactions.
2. Wait for the "Transaction Reports" page to display.
3. Select a date range to which to narrow the search for transactions:
To select a general transaction date range:
a. In the "Date" area, mark the radio button under "Date".
b. Select a general date range (Today, Yesterday, This Week, etc.) from the
adjacent drop-down list.
To specify your own transaction date/time range:
a. Mark the radio button beside the From drop-down list, and then select your
"from-this-date" values (hh:mm DD/MM/YYYY).
b. Mark the radio button beside the To drop-down list, and then select your "tothis-date" values (hh:mm DD/MM/YYYY).
4. Optionally narrow the search by transaction type, transaction response, card
type, or "other" criteria (see below) as follows:
To narrow the search by transaction type:
a. Checkmark the Transaction Type box.
b. In the "Transaction Type" area, checkmark the box beside any transaction
type (Purchase, Refund, Void, etc.) that you want to include in the report.
Note: Checkmarking the Preauth/w pending capture box will retrieve
Preauthorizations that have not yet been captured.
To narrow the search by transaction response:
a. Checkmark the Transaction Response box.
b. In the "Transaction Response" area, checkmark the box beside any transaction
response type (Approved, Declined, and Incomplete) that you want to include
in the report.
To narrow the search by card type:
a. Checkmark the Card Types box.
b. In the "Card Types" area, checkmark the box beside any card type that you
want to include in the report.
Note: To retrieve Visa Debit card transactions, checkmark the Visa box.
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To narrow the search by "other criteria":
a. In the "Other Criteria" area, checkmark the box beside any other criteria (Card
Number, Amount, Customer ID, Order ID, Customer Code, Invoice Number,
Amount, Batch Number, Username, ECI, and Store ID) that you want to
include in the report.
Note: The Store ID option is available only when multi-store login is enabled
(see page 206) and you have switched between linked stores at least
once during your login session.
b. For any box that you checkmarked in the previous step, enter the required
data in the corresponding field and/or make a selection from the
corresponding drop-down list where applicable.
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If you enter partial data, mark the begins with or ends with radio button.
5. In the "Sort By" area, set your sort order preference for listing the results:
a. From the "Sort Transactions by" drop-down list, select the order (Date/Time,
Order ID, Amount, etc.) in which you want the hits to be listed.
b. From the "Rows per Page" drop-down list, select the maximum number of hits
you want displayed on a single page.
c. From the "Sort Order" drop-down list, select an ascending/descending order.
6. Do one of the following:
Save the search criteria as the default, and generate the full report:
a. Click on the Save Settings button.
b. Click on the Perform Query button.
No change to default search criteria, and generate the full report:
a. Click on the Submit Search button.
Generate a totals report:
a. Click on the Query Totals button.
7. When the "Transaction List" displays, the operation is complete.
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10.2 Transactions report: grouped transactions
Follow the steps below to generate a report about debit/credit group transactions
processed on your Merchant Resource Center store within the last 18 months.
1. On the menu bar, click on Reports >Group Transaction Reports.
2. Wait for the "Group Transaction Reports" page to display.
3. Select a date range to which to narrow the search for grouped transactions:
To select a general transaction date range:
a. In the "Date" area, mark the radio button under "Date".
b. Select a general date range (Today, Yesterday, This Week, etc.) from the
adjacent drop-down list.
To specify your own transaction date/time range:
a. Mark the radio button beside the From drop-down list, and then select your
"from-this-date" values (hh:mm DD/MM/YYYY).
b. Mark the radio button beside the To drop-down list, and then select your "tothis-date" values (hh:mm DD/MM/YYYY).
4. Optionally narrow the search by username and/or ticket # as follows:
a. In the "Other Criteria" area, checkmark the box beside any criteria (Username
and Ticket # ) that you want to include in the report.
b. For any box that you checkmarked in the previous step, enter the required
data in the corresponding field and/or make a selection from the
corresponding drop-down list where applicable.
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If you enter partial data, mark the begins with or ends with radio button.
5. To save your search criteria for the next time you do the report, click on the Save
Settings button; otherwise, go to the next step without changing anything.
6. Click on the Submit Search button (or Perform Query button).
7. When the report displays, click on the Details button beside the grouped
transactions about which you want to view more details.
8. The operation is complete.
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10.3 Transactions report: gift/loyalty cards
Follow the steps below to generate a report about gift/loyalty transactions processed on
your Merchant Resource Center store within the last 18 months.
1. On the menu bar, click on Reports > Gift Transactions.
2. Wait for the "Gift/Loyalty Transaction Reports" page to display.
3. Select a date range to which to narrow the search for gift/loyalty transactions:
To select a general transaction date range:
a. In the "Date" area, mark the radio button under "Date".
b. Select a general date range (Today, Yesterday, This Week, etc.) from the
adjacent drop-down list .
To specify your own transaction date/time range:
a. Mark the radio button beside the From drop-down list, and then select your
"from-this-date" values (hh:mm DD/MM/YYYY).
b. Mark the radio button beside the To drop-down list, and then select your "tothis-date" values (hh:mm DD/MM/YYYY).
4. Optionally narrow the search by transaction type, transaction response, or
"other" criteria (see below) as follows:
To narrow the search by transaction type:
a. Checkmark the Transaction Type box.
b. In the "Transaction Type" area, checkmark the box beside any transaction
type (Purchase, Refund, Void, etc.) that you want to include in the report.
To narrow the search by transaction response:
a. Checkmark the Transaction Response box.
b. In the "Transaction Response" area, checkmark the box beside any transaction
response type (Approved, Declined, and Incomplete) that you want to include
in the report.
To narrow the search by other criteria:
a. In the "Other Criteria" area, checkmark the box beside any of the "other"
criteria (Card Number, Customer ID, Order ID, Batch Number, and Username)
that you want to include in the report.
b. For any box that you checkmarked in the previous step, enter the required
data in the corresponding field and/or make a selection from the drop-down
list where applicable.
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5. In the "Sort By" area, set your sort order preference for listing the results:
a. From the "Sort Transactions by" drop-down list, select the order in which you
want the hits to be listed (Date/Time, Order ID, Amount, etc.).
b. From the "Rows per Page" drop-down list, select the maximum number of hits
you want displayed on a single page.
c. From the "Sort Order" drop-down list, select an ascending/descending order.
6. Do one of the following:
Save the search criteria as the default, and generate the full report:
a. Click on the Save Settings button.
b. Click on the Perform Query button.
No change to default search criteria, and generate the full report:
a. Click on the Submit Search button.
Generate a totals report
a. Click on the Query Totals button.
7. When the "Transaction List" displays, the operation is complete.
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To export the transaction list to a text file, see page 173.
10.4 Transactions report: cash
See Transactions report: debit/credit cards and cash (page 164).
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10.5 Managed account updater report
Follow the steps below to generate a report about registered Vault profiles and/or
recurring transaction profiles for which card data have changed due to an update made
through the managed account updater service (see page 228).
1. On the menu bar, click on Reports > Managed Account Updater.
2. Wait for the "Managed Account Updater Reports" page to display.
3. Select a date range to which to narrow the managed account updater search:
To select a general transaction date range:
a. In the "Date" area, mark the radio button under "Date".
b. Select a general date range (Today, Yesterday, This Week, etc.) from the
adjacent drop-down list.
To specify your own transaction date/time range:
a. Mark the radio button beside the From drop-down list, and then select your
"from-this-date" values (hh:mm DD/MM/YYYY).
b. Mark the radio button beside the To drop-down list, and then select your "tothis-date" values (hh:mm DD/MM/YYYY).
4. Optionally narrow the search by account type and/or card type as follows:
To narrow the search by account type:
a. Checkmark the Account Type box.
b. In the "Account Type" area, checkmark the box beside any account type (Vault
or Recur) that you want to include in the report.
To narrow the search by card type:
a. Checkmark the Card Types box.
b. In the "Card Types" area, checkmark the box beside any card type that you
want to include in the report.
5. In the "Sort By" area, set your sort order preference for listing the results:
a. From the Sort Transactions by drop-down list, select the order (Date/Time or
Order ID/Data Key) in which you want the hits to be listed.
b. From the "Rows per Page" drop-down list, select the maximum number of hits
you want displayed on a single page.
c. From the "Sort Order" drop-down list, select an ascending/descending order.
6. Click on the Submit Search button.
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7. When the "Transaction List" displays, the operation is complete.
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To export the transaction list to a text file, see page 173.
8. Please note that managed account updater totals are shown at the top of the
report. Totals are broken down into five categories:
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CLOSED: Indicates the card (account) number registered to a Vault profile or
recurring transaction on your store has been closed/cancelled. The card
should not be used to process transactions.
CONTACT: Indicates the cardholder should be contacted for further details
regarding the card (account) number registered to the Vault profile or
recurring transaction on your store. The card should not be used to process
transactions.
EXPIRY: Indicates the card (account) number registered to a Vault profile or
recurring transaction on your store has expired but has since been updated.
The card can be used to process transactions.
UPDATE: Indicates the card (account) number registered to a Vault profile or
recurring transaction has been updated. This card can be used to process
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10.6 Batches report: all card transactions
Follow the steps below to generate a report about all batches processed within the last
18 months from your Merchant Resource Center store.
Note: Cash transactions are not included in totals.
1. On the menu bar, click on Reports > Batches.
2. Wait for the "Batch Reports" page to display.
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If the "Store ID" area displays, select the Merchant Resource Center store
about which you want to generate the report.
Note: This option is available only if multi-store login is enabled (See page 206).
3. Select a general date range, or specify your own date/time range:
To select a general batch date range:
a. In the "Date" area, mark the radio button under "Date".
b. Select a general date range (Current - Open Batches, Today, Yesterday, etc.)
from the adjacent drop-down list.
To specify your own batch date/time range:
a. Mark the radio button beside the From drop-down list, and then select your
"from-this-date" values (hh:mm DD/MM/YYYY).
b. Mark the radio button beside the To drop-down list, and then select your "tothis-date" values (hh:mm DD/MM/YYYY).
4. Optionally narrow the search as follows:
To narrow the search by batch status:
a. Checkmark the batch status box.
b. In the "Batch Status" area, mark the radio button beside the status type
(In Balance or Out of Balance) that you want to include in the report.
To narrow the search by batch number:
a. Checkmark the Batch Number box.
b. In the "Batch Number" area (Batch Number field), enter the batch number
that you want to include in the report.
To narrow the search by batch status
a. Checkmark the Terminal ID box.
b. In the "Terminal ID" area, checkmark the box beside any terminal ID that you
want to include in the report.
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Note: If a terminal ID is greyed, it means that it has been deactivated.
5. In the "Sort By" area, set your sort order preference for listing the results:
a. From the "Sort Batches by" drop-down list, select the order (Terminal ID,
Date/Time, or Batch Status) in which you want the hits to be listed.
6. To save your search criteria for the next time you do the report, click on the Save
Settings button; otherwise, go to the next step without changing anything.
7. Click on the Submit Search button (or Perform Query button).
8. When the "Query Results" list displays, click on the Details button beside the
batch about which you want to view more details.
9. The operation is complete.
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10.7 Exporting a report (transaction list) to a file
Follow the steps below to export a report's transaction list to a text file.
Note: The transaction list will be generated in comma-separated-values (CSV) format.
1. Generate a report (see page 163).
2. Once the report results ("Transaction List") are displayed, locate the Export
Transactions To File button, and then click on it.
3. When the .txt file is generated, download and/or open the file.
4. The operation is complete.
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To ensure that funds are deposited to your merchant account the next business day,
follow the appropriate end-of-day procedure.
If your Merchant Resource Center store is set to manual batch close (see page 193):
Close your batch(es) before 11 PM Eastern Standard Time by following the steps below.
1. On the menu bar, click on Reports > Batches.
2. Wait for the "Batch Reports" page to display.
3. Close a batch:
a. In the "Terminal ID" area, locate the batch that you want to close, and click on
the corresponding Close Batch button.
b. Wait for the "Batch Close" page to display.
c. Confirm that the "Batch Close Successful" response displays in the "Batch
Close Results" area.
d. Click on the Continue button.
4. Repeat steps 3a-d for each of your remaining batches.
5. The operation is complete.
6. To determine if the batch/batches that you closed is/are in balance, generate a
Batches report (see page 171).
Note: If the report indicates an "Out of Balance" status for any batch, contact
Moneris within 5 business days for assistance.
If your Merchant Resource Center store is set to automatic batch close (see page 193):
1. If Moneris Gift/Loyalty is enabled on your store, manually close the gift/loyalty
batch between 10 PM and 11PM Eastern Standard Time (follow steps 1-6 above).
Note: To determine which terminal ID represents your gift/loyalty batch, contact
Moneris.
2. To determine if your closed batch/batch(es) are in balance, generate a Batches
report (see page 171).
Note: If the report indicates an "Out of Balance" status for any batch, contact
Moneris within 5 business days for assistance.
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From your Merchant Resource Center store, you may configure settings (listed below)
that affect only user profile.
Note: To configure settings that affect all other users and your Merchant Resource Center
store, use the Admin functions (see page 185).
User profile information
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Login password (see page 176).
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Security questions/answers (see page 177 ).
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Registered e-mail address (see page 177).
Default page
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See page 178.
Transaction settings
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Default card entry method (see page 179).
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Default electronic commerce indicator (see page 180).
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Default display language (see page 180).
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Default PINpad com port number (see page 181).
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Default headers/fields to include your transaction report summaries (see page
182).
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Default headers/fields to include reports that you export to a CSV-format file (see
page 183).
Login history
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See page 184
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12.1 Modifying your user profile's login information
12.1.1
Modifying your login password
Follow the steps below to modify your user profile's login password.
1. On the menu bar, click on Firstname_Last Name > Account Information.
2. Wait for the "Account Information" page to display.
3. In the "Change Password" area, do the following:
a. In the Old Password field, enter your current password.
b. In the New Password field, enter your new password.
Note: The new password must adhere to these restrictions (password fields are
case sensitive): include 7-16 characters; start with a letter; contain a
number; and cannot be the same as the previous 4 passwords.
c. In the Confirm New Password field, enter the same password as you did in the
previous step.
d. Click on the Change Password button.
Note: You must change your password periodically. If your password expires,
you will be prompted to create a new password.
Important!
Passwords should be kept confidential and not shared with
any one. Change your password immediately if you have any reason to
believe that someone else has access to it or has tried to log into your
account.
4. When the "success" message displays, the operation is complete.
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12.1.2
Managing your own user profile
Modifying your security questions/answers
Follow the steps below to modify one or more of your Security pass-phrase
questions/answers. Periodically you will be prompted to answer one of these questions
before being logged in.
1. On the menu bar, click on Firstname_Lastname > Account Information.
2. Wait for the "Account Information" page to display.
3. In the "Security Question and Answers" are a, optionally update one or more of
your security questions/answers as follows:
a. Select a question from a Security Question # drop-down list.
b. In the corresponding Security Answer # and Confirm Answer fields, enter a
new answer.
c. Repeat steps 3a to b for any remaining question/answer that you want to
modify.
4. When you are finished, click on the Save Reset Password Data button.
5. When the "success" message displays, the operation is complete.
12.1.3
Modifying your registered e-mail address
Follow the steps below to modify the e-mail address currently registered to your user
profile.
Note: If you need to have your password reset, a temporary password will be sent to this
e-mail address.
1. On the menu bar, click on Firstname_Lastname > Account Information.
2. Wait for the "Account Information" page to display.
3. In the "Security Question and Answers" area, do the following:
a. In the Email address field, enter the new e-mail address that you want to
register for your user profile.
4. When you are finished, click on the Save Reset Password Data button.
5. When the "success" message displays, the operation is complete.
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12.2 Modifying your user profile's default transaction
settings
12.2.1
Setting your Merchant Resource Center default page
Follow the steps below to specify a Merchant Resource Center default page for your user
profile. Once the default page is set, it will display each time you log into the Merchant
Resource Center.
Note: If no default page is specified, the "Merchant Resource Center" main page will
display each time you log in.
1. Log into the Merchant Resource Center (see page 5).
2. Click on a Merchant Resource Center menu bar item, and wait for the
corresponding page to display (e.g., if you click on Terminal > Purchase, the
"Purchase" page will be displayed).
3. Once the desired Merchant Resource Center page is displayed, click on the
icon (e.g., if the "Purchase" page is displayed, it will be set as your
default page).
4. The operation is complete.
Note: The default page will display each time you log into the Merchant Resource
Center.
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12.2.2
Managing your own user profile
Setting your default card entry method
Follow the steps below to specify the default card entry method for your user profile.
Note: You may alter the card entry method on a transaction-by-transaction basis.
1. On the menu bar, click on Firstname_Lastname > Account Settings.
2. Wait for the "Account Settings" page to display.
3. In the "Default Transaction Method" area, do the following:
a. From the "Default Transaction Method" drop-down list, select a new default
card entry method for your user profile:
Card entry method
Description
Keyed
Manually capture card data by entering it directly in
Merchant Resourced Center fields.
Mag swipe reader
Capture card data by swiping the card on an
unencrypted magnetic stripe reader that is connected
to your computer.
Pinpad
Capture the card data by inserting, tapping, swiping, or
manually entering (keying) the card on an iPP320
PINpad that is connected to your computer (see page
13).
b. Click on the Save Transaction Method button.
4. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
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12.2.3
Setting your default electronic commerce indicator
Follow the steps below to specify the default electronic commerce indicator for your user
profile.
Note: You may alter the electronic commerce indicator on a transaction-by-transaction
basis.
1. On the menu bar, click on Firstname_Lastname > Account Settings.
2. Wait for the "Account Settings" page to display.
3. In the "Default Transaction ECI" area, do the following:
a. From the "Default ECI" drop-down list, select a new default electronic
commerce indicator for your user profile (for list of indicators, see page 220).
b. Click on the Save Default ECI button.
4. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
12.2.4
Setting your default display language
Follow the steps below to specify the default language for your user profile. The
Merchant Resource Center will default to the set language the next time you log in.
Note: Regardless of how you configure this setting, you may change the electronic
commerce indicator at the time you are performing a financial transaction.
1. On the menu bar, click on Firstname_Last Name > Account Settings.
2. Wait for the "Account Settings" page to display.
3. In the "Default Lanague" area, do one of the following:
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To select English as the default language, mark the English radio button
To select French as the default language, mark the French radio button.
4. Click on the Save Default Language button.
5. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
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Setting your default PINpad com port number
Follow the steps below to specify the default com port number that the iPP320 PINpad is
using while it is connected to the computer from which you are performing Merchant
Resource Center financial transactions.
Note: Before you attempt to perform PINpad transactions on another computer, you
must first update this Merchant Resource Center com port setting and ensure it is
still valid for your PINpad connection.
1. On the menu bar, click on Firstname_Lastname > Account Settings.
2. Wait for the "Account Settings" page to display.
3. In the "PInpad COM Port" area, do the following:
a. In the Pinpad COM Port field, enter the com port being used by the iPP320
PINpd while it is connected to your computer.
b. Click on the Save COM port button.
4. When the "success" message displays above the button, log out of the Merchant
Resource Center, close your browser, and then log back in.
5. The operation is complete.
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12.2.6
Setting the default headers/fields to include a report's
transaction list
Follow the steps below to specify the default headers/fields fields that you want to
include in any report (transaction list) generated from your Merchant Resource Center
store.
1. On the menu bar, click on Firstname_Lastname > Account Settings.
2. Wait for the "Account Settings" page to display.
3. In the "Transaction Summary Fields" area, do the following:
a. Checkmark the box beside any field data and header that you want to include
in a report (transaction list):
Note: Field names are bolded below with their corresponding field headers
enclosed in quotation marks " ".
Amount ("AMOUNT"); Authorization Code ("AUTH CODE"); AVS Result ("AVS"),
Batch Number ("BATCH"), Card Number ("PAN" ),Card Type ("CARD"),
Customer Code ("CUST CODE"), Customer ID ("CUST ID"),CVD Result ("CVD"),
ECI ("ECI"), Expiry date ("EXP"), Invoice Number ("INVOICE"), Response Code
("RESP CODE"), Result ("RESULT"), Username ("USERNAME"), VBV/SecureCode
Result ("VBV/SC").
b. Click on the Save Transaction Summary Settings button.
4. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
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12.2.7
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Setting the headers/fields to include in exported report
(transaction list)
Follow the steps below to specify the default fields and corresponding headers (if any)
that you want to include in any Merchant Resource Center report (transaction list) that
you export to a .txt file in CSV-format (see page 173).
1. On the menu bar, click on Firstname_Lastname > Account Settings.
2. Wait for the "Account Settings" page to display.
3. In the "Export to File Fields" area, do the following:
a. Checkmark the box beside any field that you want to include in an exported
report (transaction list):
Note: Corresponding field headers are enclosed in quotation marks ("").
Amount ("amount"), Auth Code ("auth_code"), AVS Result ("avs_result"),
Batch Number ("batch_no"), Card Number ("first4last4"), Card Type
("card_type"), Customer Code ("customer_code"), Customer ID ("cust_id"),
CVD Result ("cvd_result"), Date / Time ("transaction_date_time"), ECI ("eci"),
Expiry date ("exp_date"), Invoice Number ("invoice_number"), Order ID
("order_no"), Orig Transaction Number ("orig_transaction_no"), Reference
Number ("ecr_seq_no"), Response Code ("response_code"), Result ("result"),
Sequence ("seq_no"), Swiped ("swiped"), Terminal ID ("ecr_no"), Transaction
Number ("transaction_no"), Transaction Type ("transaction_name"),
Username ("clerk"), VBV/SecureCode Result ("cavv_result").
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If you want the exported report to include the field headers, checkmark
the Include Field Headers box.
b. Click on the Save Export to File Settings button.
4. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
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12.3 Viewing your login history
Follow the steps below to view the last ten successful and unsuccessful login attempts
for your user profile.
1. On the menu bar, click on Firstname_Lastname > Login History.
2. Wait for the "Login History" page to display.
3. The operation is complete.
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profiles
Use the Admin functions to manage your Merchant Resource Center store settings and
manage other user profiles (e.g., assign user permissions, add/remove user profiles, and
check audit logs).
This section includes information about how to do the following:
User profiles
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Add a new user profile (see page 186).
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Modify an existing user profile:
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First/last name (see page 187).
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Password (see page 188).
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Permissions (see page 189).
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Admin access level (see page 190).
Deactivate a user profile (see page 191).
Notification
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Add/remove e-mail addresses from the notification list (see page 192).
Store settings

Configure settings that affect the entire store such as batch close time, tip
prompts, cash payments, PCI mode settings, receipt header, multi-store login,
Mastercard Masterpass, Visa Checkout, and Apple Pay (see pages 193 to 204).
Security
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View audit logs (see page 209).
Restrict IP access (see page 212).
Web integration
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Configure DirectPost (page 215).
Configure Hosted Paypage (page 216).
Configure Hosted Tokenization (page 217).
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13.1 Adding a new user profile
Follow the steps below to add a new user profile to your Merchant Resource Center store.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Add User.
2. Wait for the "Add User" page to display.
3. In the "User Information" area, do the following:
a. In the Last Name and First Name fields, enter the new user's last and first
names.
b. In the Username field, enter the username under which the new user will log
into your Merchant Resource Center store.
c.
In the Temporary Password and the Confirm Temporary Password fields,
enter the new user's password.
Note: The new password must adhere to these restrictions (password fields are
case sensitive): include 7-16 characters; start with a letter; contain a
number; and cannot be the same as the previous 4 passwords.
When the new user signs into the Merchant Resource Center for the first
time, they will be prompted to change their password.
4. Click on the Save User button.
5. Enable/disable permissions as desired (for a full listing of user permissions, see
page 223):
To enable one or more user permissions:
a. Checkmark the box beside any permission that you want to enable.
Note: To simultaneously checkmark all boxes, click on the Select All button.
To disable one or more user permissions:
a. Unmark the box beside the permission that you want to disable.
Note: To simultaneously unmark all boxes, click on the Deselect All button.
6.
Click on the Save Permissions button.
7. Assign the level of administrative access the new user can assign to other users
(for a full listing of admin access levels, see page 221).
8. Click on the Save Level button.
9. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
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13.2 Modifying a user profile
13.2.1
Modifying a user profile's first name/last name data
Follow the steps below to change the first and last name information of an active user
profile on your Merchant Resource Center store.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Modify User.
2. Wait for the "Modify User" page to display.
3. Retrieve the user profile that you want to modify:
To refine the search by last name:
a. In the "Locate User" area, enter the name data in the Last Name and/or
Username field.
b. In the "Order By" area, select a sort order (mark the Name or Username radio
button) for listing the results.
To retrieve all user profiles:
a. Go to step 4.
4. Click on the Locate User button.
5. Wait for the "Select User" list of profiles to display.
6. Click on the Edit User button beside the user profile that you want to modify.
7. Wait for the user profile to display.
8. In the "User Information" area, enter new data in the Last Name and/or First
Name field.
9. Click on the Update User button.
10. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
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13.2.2
Modifying a user profile's password
Follow the steps below to change the password of a user profile (active) on your
Merchant Resource Center store.
Note: To modify your own user profile's password, see page 176.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Modify User.
2. Wait for the "Modify User" page to display.
3. Retrieve the user profile that you want to modify:
To refine the search by last name:
a. In the "Locate User" area, enter the name data in the Last Name and/or
Username field.
b. In the "Order By" area, select a sort order (mark the Name or Username radio
button) for listing the results.
To retrieve all user profiles:
a. Go to step 4.
4. Click on the Locate User button.
5. Wait for the "Select User" list of profiles to display.
6. Click on the Edit User button beside the user profile that you want to modify.
7. Wait for the user profile to display.
8. In the "Change Password" area, enter the new password data in the New
Password and Confirm Password fields.
Note: The new password must adhere to these restrictions (password fields are
case sensitive): include 7-16 characters; start with a letter; contain a
number; and cannot be the same as the previous 4 passwords.
9. Click on the Update User button.
10. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
Note: When the user next logs in, they must enter the new password.
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Modifying a user profile's user permissions
Follow the steps below to change the user permissions of an active user profile on your
Merchant Resource Center store.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Modify User.
2. Wait for the "Modify User" page to display.
3. Retrieve the user profile that you want to modify:
To refine the search by last name:
a. In the "Locate User" area, enter the name data in the Last Name and/or
Username field.
b. In the "Order By" area, select a sort order (mark the Name or Username radio
button) for listing the results.
To retrieve all user profiles:
a. Go to step 4.
4. Click on the Locate User button.
5. Wait for the "Select User" list of profiles to display.
6. Click on the Edit User button beside the user profile that you want to modify.
7. Wait for the user profile to display.
8. In the "Set Permissions" area, click on the Set Permissions button.
9. When the permissions display, enable/disable the permissions as desired (for a
full listing of user permissions, see User permissions on page 223):
To enable one or more user permissions:
a. Checkmark the box beside any permission that you want to enable.
Note: To simultaneously checkmark all boxes, click on the Select All button.
To disable one or more user permissions:
a. Unmark the box beside the permission that you want to disable.
Note: To simultaneously unmark all boxes, click on the Deselect All button.
10. Click on the Update Permissions button.
11. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
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13.2.4
Modifying a user profile's admin access level
Follow the steps below to change the level of administrative, transactional, and
reporting access that a user can assign to another user on your Merchant Resource
Center store.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Modify User.
2. Wait for the "Modify User" page to display.
3. Retrieve the user profile that you want to modify:
To refine the search by last name:
a. In the "Locate User" area, enter the name data in the Last Name and/or
Username field.
b. In the "Order By" area, select a sort order (mark the Name or Username radio
button) for listing the results.
To retrieve all user profiles:
a. Go to step 4.
4. Click on the Locate User button.
5. Wait for the "Select User" list of profiles to display.
6. Click on the Edit User button beside the user profile that you want to modify.
7. Wait for the user profile to display.
8. In the "Admin Level" area, click on the Set Level button.
9. When the various access levels display, assign an administrative, transaction,
and reports level (for a list of available levels, see page 221):
To change an administrative level:
a. In the "Administrative Level" area, mark the radio button beside the
administrative level that you want to assign to this user.
To change a transaction level:
a. In the "Transaction Level" area, mark the radio button beside the transaction
level that you want to assign to this user.
To change a report level:
a. In the "Report Level" area, mark the radio button beside the reports level that
you want to assign to this user.
10. Click on the Update Level button.
11. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
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13.3 Deactivating a user profile
Follow the steps below to permanently deactivate a user profile from your Merchant
Resource Center store.
Note: Once a user profile is deactivated, its login credentials can no longer be used to
access your store. The historical data for the activities of the user profile will
continue to remain accessible even after the user profile is deactivated.
1. Click on Admin > Modify User.
2. Wait for the "Modify User" page to display.
3. Retrieve the user profile that you want to deactivate:
To refine the search by last name:
a. In the "Locate User" area, enter the name data in the Last Name and/or
Username field.
b. In the "Order By" area, select a sort order (mark the Name or Username radio
button) for listing the results.
To retrieve all user profiles:
a. Go to step 4.
4. Click on the Locate User button.
5. Wait for the "Select User" list of profiles to display.
6. Click on the Deactivate button beside the user profile that you want to
deactivate.
7. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
Note: A record of the deactivated user profile will remain on the system; however,
the text "inactive" will display beside the deactivated username.
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13.4 Notification settings
13.4.1
Adding an e-mail address to the notification list
Follow the steps below to add an e-mail address to the Merchant Resource Center
notification list.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Notification.
2. Wait for the "Email Notification" page to display.
3. In the "Add Email" area, enter the e-mail address (Email Address field) to have
added to the notification list.
4. Click on the Add Email Address button.
5. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
13.4.2
Removing an e-mail address from the notification list
Follow the steps below to unsubscribe an e-mail address from the Merchant Resource
Center notification list.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Notification.
2. Wait for the "Email Notification" page to display.
3. In the "Notification Emails" area, click on the Remove button beside the e-mail
address that you want to remove from the notification list.
4. In the "Confirm Delete" area, click on the Remove Email button.
5. When the "success" message displays, the operation is complete.
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13.5 Store settings
13.5.1
Automated logout setting
Follow the steps below to specify the number of minutes before an inactive session is
automatically logged off from your Merchant Resource Center store.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Store Settings.
2. Wait for the "Store Settings" page to display.
3. In the "Automated Logout" area, do the following:
a. In the Auto Logout Time field, enter the number of minutes (minimum 10
min; maximum 720 min) .that must elapse before an inactive session is
automatically logged out.
4. Click on the Save Logout Period button.
5. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
13.5.2
Batch close time setting
Follow the steps below to specify when you want your Merchant Resource Center store
batch(es) to close and at what time.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Store Settings.
2. Wait for the "Store Settings" page to display.
3. In the "Batch Close Time" area, mark the radio button beside one of the following
options to enable it:
Option
Description
Manually close batch via API or
Merchant Resource Centre
The batch never closes unless you close it via
an API or the Merchant Resource Center.
Automatically close between 10
and 11 pm (Eastern Time)
The batch closes automatically each day
between 10 PM and 11 PM (Eastern Time).
Automatically close at : hh:mm:ss
The batch closes automatically on a daily basis
at a time that you specify (Eastern Time).
A time between 10-11 PM is not valid.
4. Click on the Save Close Time button.
5. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
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13.5.3
Cash payments setting
Follow the steps below to enable/disable cash as a payment option (Purchases and
Refunds only) on your Merchant Resource Center store.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Store Settings.
2. Wait for the "Store Settings" page to display.
3. In the "Cash Settings" area, do one of the following:
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
To enable cash payments, checkmark the Enable cash payments box.
To disable cash payments, unmark the Enable cash payments box.
4. Click on the Update Cash Settings button.
5. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
13.5.4
PCI mode setting
Follow the steps below to enable/disable PCI mode on your Merchant Resource Center
store. When PCI mode is enabled, users are prevented from manually entering (keying)
debit/credit card data to perform financial transactions.
Note: Even if PCI mode is enabled, it will still possible manually enter card data, but you
must enable the user permission Enable Keyed in PCI mode for any user whom you
want to have this ability (see page 189).
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Store Settings.
2. Wait for the "Store Settings" page to display.
3. In the "Encrypted Reader Settings - PCI Mode" area, do one of the following:

To enable PCI mode, checkmark the Enable PCI Mode box.
Note: If PCI mode is enabled, the Card Verification transaction and all Vault
and Recurring functionality (if supported on your store) will be
disabled.

To disable PCI mode, unmark the Enable PCI Mode box.
Note: If PCI mode is disabled, Card Verification (page 60), Vault (page 147),
and Recurring (page 140) functionality will be enabled.
4. Click on the Update PCI Mode button.
5. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
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Receipt details setting
Follow the steps below to configure your business contact information (e.g., address,
Web site URL, contact telephone number, refund policy, etc.) that you want to appear in
receipts generated on your Merchant Resource Center store.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Store Settings.
2. Wait for the "Store Settings" page to display.
3. In the "Receipt Details" area, enter any data in fields that you want to include in
receipts (Street Address 1, Street Address 2, City, Province, Postal Code, Website
URL, Contact Tel #, Fax #, and Refund Policy).
Note: If your refund policy is greater than 50 characters (Refund Policy field), you
may enter a URL that links to the full refund policy.
4. Click on the boxes beside any data element (listed below) that you want to
include in receipts:
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Include Line Item details.
Include Shipping details.
Include Billing details.
Include Customer ID.
Include extra details - Client Email Address and Note.
5. Click on the Save Receipt Data button.
6. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
13.5.6
Tip setting: iPP320 PINpad
Follow the steps below to enable/disable tip prompting on any iPP320 PINpad that is
allocated to your Merchant Resource Center store. When enabled, tip prompts display
only during debit/credit Purchase transactions for which the iPP320 PINpad is used as
the card entry method.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Store Settings.
2. Wait for the "Store Settings" page to display.
3. In the "Tip Settings" area, do one of the following:
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To enable tip prompting, checkmark the Enable tip on Pinpad box.
To disable tip prompting, unmark the Enable tip on Pinpad box.
4. Click on the Update Tip Settings button.
5. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
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13.5.7
API token: regenerating the token
The API Token is a store-specific string of alphanumeric characters. Moneris uses the API
token to validate the identity of your online store when E-commerce transactions are
being performed as part of an integrated Web solution. When you opt to send Ecommerce transactions directly from your Website, the transaction requests originate
from a Merchant Resource Center API. Follow the steps below to generate the API token.
Important! You MUST NOT transmit this token in an e-mail or any other insecure
communication medium. If you believe that your token has been compromised, you
should generate another token.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Store Settings.
2. Wait for the "Store Settings" page to display.
3. In the "API Token" area, click on the Re-generate API Token button.
4. Wait for the warning message to display.
Important! The old token cannot be re-activate an old token once a new one is
generated.
5. Click on the Re-generate API Token button again.
6. Wait for the new API token to be generated.
7. Have all users currently logged into your store log out.
8. The operation is complete (users may now log back in again).
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Asynchronous transaction response setting
Follow the steps below to configure the Asynchronous Transaction Response parameters
to enable a server-to-server post of the terminal response data in XML format as a
secondary method of obtaining the response data. The response data will be sent to the
specified URL.
Note: Response URLs must be secure (HTTPS) in the production environment. Self-signed
certificates will work. HTTP addresses will not work.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Store Settings.
2. Wait for the "Store Settings" page to display.
3. In the "Asynchronous Transaction Response" area, do the following:
a. Checkmark the Perform asynchronous data post box.
b. In the Async Response URL field, enter the destination URL.
4. Click on the Save Asynchronous Settings button.
5. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
13.5.9
Multi-store login status
Follow the steps below to determine the status of your Merchant Resource Center store
when it is configured to be part of a multi-store configuration (see page 206 ).
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Store Settings.
2. Wait for the "Store Settings" page to display.
3. In the "Multi Store" area, look for the following indicators:
Indicator
Description
Master Store
The store is a "master" store.
The store is a "child" store.
4. The operation is complete.
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13.5.10
Managed account updater setting
Follow the steps below to enable the Merchant Resource Center to automatically update
stored credit card data using Visa and/or Mastercard updating services.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Store Settings.
2. Wait for the "Store Settings" page to display.
3. In the "Managed Account Updater" area, do the following:
Note: If the Visa or MasterCard account updater service returns a "closed" or
"contact" response for a registered card (account) number that you have
used to set up a recurring transaction and/or a vault profile, the Merchant
Resource Center will stop automatic card updates for the profile
(see page 169).
a. Configure managed account updater setting for recurring transactions:
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To enable the managed account updater for recurring transactions,
checkmark the Automatically update recurring transactions box.
To disable the managed account updater for recurring transactions,
unmark the Automatically update recurring transactions box.
b. Configure the managed account updater setting for Vault profiles
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To enable the managed account updater for Vault profiles, checkmark the
Automatically update vault transactions box.
To disable the managed account updater for Vault profiles, unmark the
Automatically update vault transactions box.
4. Click on the Save Account Updater Settings button.
5. When the "success" message displays above the button, the operation is
complete.
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13.6 Mastercard MasterPass configuration
If your Merchant Resource Center store is set up in an integrated environment through
Hosted Paypage or an API, follow the steps below to configure a Mastercard MasterPass
profile for your store so that the Mastercard MasterPass payment solution ("cloud"
wallet) can be used by your customers to pay for goods and services from your store.
Note: Customers/cardholders must establish their cloud wallet credentials directly
through the card brands and are responsible for securing their wallet credentials in
the same way they would secure their other payment information.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Mastercard MasterPass.
2. Wait for the "MasterCard MasterPass Checkout Configuration" page to display.
3. In the MasterPass Display Name field, enter the name of the business that will
support the Mastercard MasterPass payment solution (this field may be pre-filled
with your Merchant Resource Center store's business name).
4. Enter the contact data about the person who will serve as the primary contact for
the business that is supporting the Mastercard MasterPass payment solution:
Note: Mastercard may verify these data for tracking purposes. These data will not
be visible to the public.
a. In the first Address field, enter the primary contact's mailing address street
number and street name.
b. In the second Address field, enter the primary contact's mailing address unit
number or apartment number (or PO box number) if applicable.
c. In the City field, enter the primary contact's mailing address city location.
d. In the Postal Code field, enter the primary contact's mailing address postal
code.
e. In the Phone field, enter the primary contact's phone number (do not include
an extension number).
f.
In the Email field, enter the primary contact's e-mail address.
5. Enter the following required Web addresses for the business that is supporting
the Mastercard MasterPass payment solution:
a. In the Website field, enter the business' home page Web address.
b. In the Production URL field, enter the Web address at which the business will
host the Mastercard MasterPass payment solution while operating in a live
production environment.
c. In the Sandbox URL field, enter the Web address at which the business will
host the Mastercard MasterPass payment solution while operating in a QA
test environment.
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d. In the Logo URL field, enter the Web address at which business' logo is hosted.
e. In the "Integration Method" area, do one of the following:
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f.
If you are integrating your payment solution via an API, mark the API
radio button.
If you are integrating your payment solution via Hosted Paypage, mark
the Hosted Paypage radio button.
In the Callback URL field, enter the Web address to which the Mastercard
MasterPass data is to be sent.
Note: If you are integrating your payment solution via a Hosted Paypage,
please note that the Moneris Gateway will manage the Mastercard
MasterPass data transfer. If you are integrating your solution via an
API, you must specify the Web address to which you want the
Mastercard MasterPass token and any additional fields (e.g.,
billing/shipping) to be sent.
6. Read the terms and conditions, and checkmark the By clicking "I agree"... box.
7. Click on the Save Profile button.
8. Wait for the "success" response to display on the "MasterCard MasterPass
Checkout Configuration" page.
9. Do one of the following:
Note: Ensure that the Merchant Resource Center "Store Settings" user permission
is enabled for your user profile (see page 189).
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Paypage, configure your Hosted Paypage now.
If you will use the Mastercard MasterPass paymente solution through an API,
obtain the necessary integration guide from the Moneris Developer Portal
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13.7 Visa Checkout configuration
If your Merchant Resource Center store is set up in an integrated environment through
Hosted Paypage or an API, follow the steps below to configure a Visa Checkout profile for
your store so that the Visa Checkout payment solution ("cloud" wallet) can be used by
your customers to pay for goods and services from your store.
Note: Customers/cardholders must establish their cloud wallet credentials directly
through the card brands and are responsible for securing their wallet credentials in
the same way they would secure their other payment information.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Visa Checkout.
2. Wait for the "Visa Checkout Configuration" page to display.
3. Enter the contact data about the person who will serve as the primary contact for
the business that is supporting the Visa Checkout payment solution:
Note: Visa may verify these data for tracking purposes. These data will not be
visible to the public.
a. In the Contact First Name field, enter the primary contact's first name.
b. In the Contact Last Name field, enter the primary contact's last name.
c. In the Phone field, enter the primary contact's phone number (do not include
an extension number).
d. In the Email field, enter the primary contact's e-mail address.
e. In the Website field, enter the home page Web address of the business that
will support the Visa Checkout payment solution.
f.
In the first Address field, enter the primary contact's mailing address street
number and street name.
g. In the second Address field, enter the primary contact's mailing address unit
number or apartment number (or PO box number) if applicable.
h. In the City field, enter the primary contact's mailing address city location.
i.
In the Postal Code field, enter the primary contact's mailing address postal
code.
4. Enter the following information about the business that is supporting the Visa
Checkout payment solution:
a. In the Checkout Display Name field, enter the business' name (this field may
be pre-filled with your Merchant Resource Center store's business name).
b. In the Logo URL field, enter the Web address at which the business' logo is
hosted.
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c. In the "Accepted Card Types" area, checkmark the box beside any card type
that you want to be selectable when customers use the Visa Checkout
payment solution to buy goods and services from your business.
Note: If you checkmark a card type that is not enabled for your Moneris
merchant account, the authorizing host will always reject any
submitted transaction for which the ineligible card type has been
selected via the Visa Checkout payment solution.
d. In the "Visa Debit Accepted" area, do one of the following depending on your
Moneris merchant account setup:
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If your merchant account is enabled to accept Visa Debit, mark the True
radio button.
If your merchant account is not enabled to accept Visa Debit, mark the
False radio button.
e. In the "Collect Shipping Address" area, do the following:
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f.
If you want Visa Checkout to always send the cardholder’s preferred
shipping address data to you via Hosted Paypage or API, checkmark the
True box.
If you do not want Visa Checkout to send the cardholder’s preferred
shipping address sent back to you via Hosted Paypage or API, checkmark
the False box.
In the "Accepted Shipping Regions" area, do one of the following:
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If you want to restrict the region(s) to which the business can ship/render
goods and services when cardholders use the Visa Checkout payment
solution, checkmark the box beside any desired shipping region (e.g.,
Canada, United States, etc.).
If you do not want to restrict the shipping region to which the business
can ship/render goods and services when cardholders use the Visa
Checkout payment solution, unmark all the shipping region boxes.
g. In the "Accepted Billing Regions" area, do one of the following:
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If you want to restrict the region(s) to which the business can bill for
goods and services when cardholders use the Visa Checkout payment
solution, checkmark the box beside any desired billing region (e.g.,
Canada, United States, etc.).
If you do not want to restrict the billing region to which your business can
bill for goods and services when cardholders use the Visa Checkout
payment solution, unmark all the shipping region boxes.
5. Read the terms and conditions, and checkmark the By clicking "I agree"... box.
6. Click on the Save Checkout Profile button.
7. Wait for the "success" response to display on the "Visa Checkout Configuration"
page.
8. Do one of the following:
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Note: Ensure that the Merchant Resource Center "Store Settings" user permission
is enabled for your user profile (see page 189).
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If you will use the Visa Checkout payment solution through a Hosted
Paypage, configure your Hosted Paypage now.
If you will use the Visa Checkout payment solution through an API, obtain the
necessary integration guide from the Moneris Developer Portal (see page 235)
and follow the steps to set up your API.
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13.8 Apple Pay in-app configuration
If you want to use the Moneris Apple Pay SDK and develop a solution that allows you to
support Apple Pay payments in an integrated environment, follow the steps below to
obtain and upload the necessary certificates that will allow Moneris to decrypt the Apple
Pay payment token.
Note: If you want to use the Apple API instead of the Moneris Apple Pay SDK, refer to the
Apple Developer library and the Moneris payment API.
1. Visit the Apple Developer Portal at https://developer.apple.com/
library/prerelease/content/ApplePay_Guide/Configuration.html, and
obtain/register an Apple Pay merchant ID (on the site, refer the procedure for
registering an Apple merchant ID).
2. Download a certificate signing request (CSR) file from the Merchant Resource
Center:
a. Log into the Merchant Resource Center (see page 5).
Note: Do not log out from the Merchant Resource Center until you have
completed the configuration steps below.
b. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Apple Pay In-app Configuration.
c. Wait for the "Apple Pay In-app Configuration" page to display.
d. In the "Download CSR" area, enter your Apple Pay merchant ID in the
Apple Merchant ID field.
e. Click on the Download button.
f.
When the CSR file is generated, download it to your computer.
3. Go back to the Apple Developer Portal at https://developer.apple.com/
library/prerelease/content/ApplePay_Guide/Configuration.html, and upload the
CSR file that you just downloaded to your computer (on the site, refer to the
procedure for configuring a certificate for your Apple merchant ID).
4. When the Apple Pay certificate file is generated, download it to your computer.
5. Upload the Apple Pay certificate to the Merchant Resource Center:
a. Return to the Merchant Resource Center's "Apple Pay In-app Configuration"
page (Admin > Apple Pay In-app Configuration).
b. In the "Upload Apple Pay certificate" area, browse for and select the Apple Pay
certificate file that you just downloaded to your computer.
c. When the Apple Pay certificate is displayed in the field, click on the Upload
button.
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d. In the "Apple Merchant Certificates" area, confirm that a new "Vendor ID" and
corresponding "Certificate Date" are listed (Moneris can now decrypt the
Apple Pay payment token).
Important! Although you have successfully followed the steps to enable Moneris
to decrypt the Apple Pay payment token, you must still integrate Apple Pay into
your application. To do this, you must follow the steps in the appropriate
Moneris Integration guide (to obtain this guide, visit the Moneris Developer
Portal (see page 235)).
Note: Ensure that the Merchant Resource Center "Store Settings" user permission
is enabled for your user profile (see page 189).
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13.9 Multi-store login configuration
If you have multiple Merchant Resource Center stores, the multi-store login feature
allows you to link your stores together for easier access to reports and transaction
processing across multiple stores at the same time without the need for you to log into
each store separately using multiple login credentials.
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To link one store to another, see page 207.
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To remove a linked store from the group, see page 208.
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To switch between linked stores, see page 208.
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To determine the status of your store, see page 197.
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Linking a child store to the master store
Follow the steps below to link one of your other Merchant Resource Center stores to the
store that you are currently logged into.
Note: The store that you will link in effect becomes a "child" store while the store through
which you are setting up the multi-store configuration becomes the "master" store.
1. Designate the "master" store by doing the following:
a. Log into the store that you want to designate as the "master" store
(see page 5).
b. Enable the Configure Multi Merchant user permission for your user profile
(see page 189).
c. Log out of the master store (see page 9).
2. Designate the "child" store by doing the following:
a. Log into the store that you want to designate as the "child" store
(see page 5).
b. Enable the Configure Multi Merchant user permission for your user profile
(see page 189).
c. Log out of this "child" store (see page 9).
3. Log back into your master store.
4. On the menu bar of your master store, click on Admin > Multi Store Login.
5. Wait for the "Multi Store Setup" page to display.
6. In the "Add Store" area, do the following:
a. In the Username, Store ID, and Password fields, enter your login credentials
for the child store that you want to link to the master store.
b. Click on the Authenticate Access button.
c. When the "Store has been successfully paired" response displays, the stores
have been successfully linked (the child store ID will be displayed in the
"Manage Stores" area.
7. The operation is complete (to link another child store, repeat steps 2 to 6.
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13.9.2
Unlinking a child store from the master store
Follow the steps below to unlink a child store from a master store.
1. Log into the master store (for login steps, see page 5).
2. On the menu bar of your master store, click on Admin > Multi Store Login.
3. Wait for the "Multi Store Setup" page to display.
4. In the "Manage Stores" area, do the following:
a. Locate the store that you want to unlink, and then checkmark the
corresponding Remove box beside it.
b. Click on the Remove Stores button.
c. When the "success" response displays, the store has been unlinked (the child
store ID will that you unlinked will no longer be displayed in the "Manage
Stores" area).
5. The operation is complete.
Note: If there are no other stores linked to the main store, the multi-store bar will
not display at the top of the page of the master store (see below).
13.9.3
Switching from one linked store to another linked store
through multi-store login
Follow the steps below to switch from one Merchant Resource Center store to another
Merchant Resource Center store when both are linked through a multi-store login setup.
1. Log into the master store (for login steps, see page 5).
2. Above the menu bar, locate the drop-down list displaying the name of the store
you are currently logged into as an active user (see example below):
3. From the drop-down list, select the store that you want to access, and click on the
GO button.
4. When the linked store name is displayed above the menu bar, the operation is
complete (i.e., you have now started a login session in the "child" store).
5. The operation is complete.
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Audit logs
Access violations log: viewing
Follow the steps below to view a log of user attempts to access or perform functions for
which they do not have sufficient permissions.
1. Click on Admin > Audit Logs.
2. Wait for the "Audit Logs" page to display.
3. In the "Access Violations" area, select the From /To dates (hh:mm /DD/MM/YYYY)
from the drop-down lists.
To narrow the scope of the log for a given date range:
a. Checkmark the Username, Page Violation, and/or Violation Type box.
b. For each box you checkmarked, select a line item from the corresponding
drop-down list.
To retrieve all access violations for a given date range:
a. Go to step 4.
4. Click on the Search for Access Violations button.
5. When the "Access Violations" log displays, the operation is complete.
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13.10.2
Admin changes log
Follow the steps below to view a log of user-made administrative changes.
1. Click on Admin > Audit Logs.
2. Wait for the "Audit Logs" page to display.
3. In the "Admin Changes" area, select the From /To dates (hh:mm /DD/MM/YYYY)
from the drop-down lists .
To narrow the scope of the log for a given date range:
a. Checkmark the Username and/or Change box.
b. For each box you checkmarked, select a line item from the corresponding
drop-down list.
To retrieve all admin changes for a given date range:
a. Go to step 4.
4. Click on the Search Admin Changes button.
5. When the "Admin Changes" log displays, the operation is complete.
13.10.3
User changes log
Follow the steps below to view a log of changes made by one user affecting another user.
1. Click on Admin > Audit Logs.
2. Wait for the "Audit Logs" page to display.
3. In the "User Changes" area, select the From /To dates (hh:mm /DD/MM/YYYY)
from the drop-down lists .
To narrow the scope of the log for a given date range:
a. Checkmark the Username, Affected User, and/or Change box.
b. For each box you checkmarked, select a line item from the corresponding
drop-down list.
To retrieve all user-to-user changes for a given date range:
a. Go to step 4.
4. Click on the Search User Changes button.
5. When the "User Changes" log displays, the operation is complete.
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Login history
Follow the steps below to view a log showing five successful or failed logins for one or
more users.
1. Click on Admin > Audit Logs.
2. Wait for the "Audit Logs" page to display.
3. In the "Login History" area, do one of the following:
To narrow the scope of the log:
a. Checkmark the Username and/or Login Result box.
b. For each box that you checkmarked, select a line item from the corresponding
drop-down list.
To retrieve all login attempts:
a. Go to step 4.
4. Click on the Search Login History button.
5. When the "Login History" log displays, the operation is complete.
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13.11
13.11.1
IP access
Restricting store access to specific IP address(es)
Follow the steps below to restrict access to your Merchant Resource Center store to one
or more specific IP addresses.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > IP Access.
2. Wait for the "IP Access" page to display.
3. In the "Resource Center IP Restriction" area, do the following:
a. In the Full or Partial IP field, enter the IP Address (full or partial) that you want
users to be restricted to using when accessing your Merchant Resource Center
store.
Note: To define a partial IP address, include the '.' (period) after a completed
octet so as to limit access to that precise octet. For example: "192.16."
will allow only IPs that start with "192.16"; however, "192.16" will allow
"192.16", "192.160, 192.161", etc.
b. From the Bypass User drop-down list, select a user profile that you do not be
subject to the IP address restriction.
Important!
This "Bypass user" will be the same for all listed IP
Addresses. The bypass user exists in case your IP address changes. Should this
happen, at least one user will still be able to access the Merchant Resource
Center to update the IP address list.
4. Click on the Save IP button.
5. Confirm that the new IP address is listed under the "Allowed IP Addresses" area.
6. Do one of the following:
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To add another IP address to the list of addresses from which your store can
be accessed, repeat step 3a and steps 4 to 5.
If you do not want to add another IP address, go to step 7.
7. The operation is complete (all users except the bypass user will be restricted to
accessing your Merchant Resource Center store from the specified IP address(es)).
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Blocking an IP address when IP restrictions enforced
Follow the steps below to remove an IP address from the list of addresses from which
your Merchant Resource Center store can be accessed.
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > IP Access.
2. Wait for the "IP Access" page to display.
3. In the "Allowed IP Addresses" area, click on the Remove button beside the IP
address that you want to remove from the "Allowed IP Addresses" list.
Important!
If no address is listed, users will not be restricted to accessing your
Merchant Resource Center store from a particular IP address.
4. When the "Confirm Delete" list displays, click on the Remove IP button.
5. The operation is complete (the IP address that you deleted will no longer display).
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13.12
Web integration options
To integrate your site with the Merchant Resource Center, you may choose from among
several available Web integration options such as DirectPost (page 215), Hosted Paypage
(page 216), Hosted Tokenization (page 217), or one of the APIs. Determining which Web
integration option to use is dependent on a number of factors such as:

The skill/knowledge level of the developer responsible for completing the
integration
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The system requirements and/or limitations of the system being integrated
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The importance to your business of the branding on the payment page and PCIcompliance responsibilities.
For assistance in determining which integration method is right for you, contact
[email protected] .
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DirectPost configuration
DirectPost is one of the Web integration options (see page 214) available for integrating
MOTO/e-commerce transaction processing with the Merchant Resource Center.
How DirectPost works
1. When a transaction is initiated, the transaction-specific data is sent to the
Merchant Resource Center DirectPost via an HTTP POST.
2. The Merchant Resource Center processes the transaction and directs the
cardholder and the response back to your merchant site so that a custom receipt
can be created.
3. Transaction verification can be performed to ensure that what is being sent is a
legitimate transaction.
If you opt use DirectPost integration
If you opt use DirectPost integration, you must complete a DirectPost configuration from
the Merchant Resource Center.
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For information about how to view or download detailed DirectPost
configuration instructions, see page 235.
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13.12.2
Hosted Paypage configuration
Hosted Paypage is one of the Web integration options (see page 214) available for
integrating MOTO/e-commerce transaction processing with the Merchant Resource
Center.
How Hosted Paypage works
1. When a transaction is initiated, the non-secure transaction details are sent via an
HTTP POST to the Merchant Resource Center, and the cardholder is redirected to a
secure Moneris-hosted payment page.
2. On the hosted payment page, the cardholder enters their secure payment details
(i.e. credit card or bank account data).
3. Upon receipt of this data, the Merchant Resource Center either generates a
receipt on your behalf or directs the cardholder and response back to your
merchant site so that a custom receipt can be created.
4. Transaction verification can be performed to ensure that the response is from a
legitimate transaction.
If you opt to use Hosted Paypage integration
If you opt to use Hosted Paypage integration, you must complete a Hosted Paypage
configuration from the Merchant Resource Center.
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Hosted tokenization
Hosted Tokenization is one of the Web integration options (see page 214) available for
integrating MOTO/e-commerce transaction processing with the Merchant Resource
Center. Similar to the Hosted Paypage option (see page 216 ), Hosted Tokenization offers
a mechanism whereby a secure card number can only be entered on a secure Moneris
hosted site. All other non-secure transaction details are collected on your merchant site.
This option is ideal if you have your own API and do not wish to handle credit card
numbers directly on your Website, but you would like the ability to fully customize the
checkout Web page. Hosted Tokenization offers the security of the Hosted Paypage while
offering full control over the look and feel of the checkout page. At no time is the
cardholder redirected from your merchant site.
Hosted Tokenization may be used in one of 2 scenarios:

Processing a one-time financial transaction. OR

Collecting the card data so that it may be stored within the Moneris Vault (see
page 147).
To set up your Hosted Pay Page Temporary Tokenization (HPPTT) page, do the following:
1. On the menu bar, click on Admin > Hosted Tokenization.
2. Wait for the "Hosted Card Tokenization" page to display.
3. In the Source Domain field, enter the domain address from which requests on
your Website will be initiated.
4. Click on the Create Profile button.
5. When the "success" response displays, the operation is complete.
6. Visit the Developer Portal (see page 235), and download the integration
specifications that will provide guidance on how to do development work on
your Website.
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14.1 Payment/transaction fields
The table below (continues to page 219) lists common Merchant Resource Center
payment/transaction fields that may be displayed on transaction pages. Descriptions of
what data to enter in each field are also included.
Field
Enter this data:
Amount
The transaction amount. When specifying an amount, do not
enter the dollar sign or any other special characters. The
amount must include the full cent values (#.##).
Auth Code
Authorization/reference code as received from an IVR or
equivalent terminal.
For debit/credit transaction, see Credit Card Number.
Card Number
For gift transaction, see Gift Card Number.
For loyalty transaction, see Loyalty Card Number.
Card Verification Code
3- or 4-digit security code printed on the back or front of the
gift/loyalty card.
Card Verification Digits
3- or 4-digit security code printed on the back or front of the
debit/credit card.
Credit Card Number
Primary/personal account number (PAN) printed on the front
of the card being used for the transaction.
Note: Some chip debit card numbers may be entered instead of
a credit card number.
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Customer Code
Transaction identifier (optional).
Customer ID
Transaction identifier (optional).
CVC
See Card Verification Code.
CVD
See Card Verification Digits.
Data Key
A unique alpha-numeric string that is associated with each
Vault profile.
ECI
See Electronic Commerce Indicator.
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Field
Enter this data:
Electronic Commerce Indicator
Specify how the card number was obtained from the
cardholder (for details, see page 220).
Expiry Date
The expiry date of the card which is being used for the
transaction (MMYY). This date must correspond with the date
found on the card itself.
Gift Card Number
The card account number printed on the front of a gift card.
Invoice Number
Transaction identifier (optional).
Loyalty Card Number
The card account number printed on the front of a loyalty
card.
Order ID
The order ID is a unique identifier appended to every financial
transaction. If you leave this field is left blank, the system will
automatically generate the ID when the transaction is
submitted for processing. If you enter your own ID, ensure
that the ID you enter has never been used in the past. Order
IDs may be up to 50 characters long, may contain letters and
numbers, and may also contain the following special
characters: - : . @
Points to Redeem
Number of points that you want to redeem from a loyalty
card.
Statement Descriptor
Describes the transaction (appears on the cardholder's credit
card statement).
Street Name
The street name of the cardholder's mailing address.
This name should be the same as that found on the
cardholder statement for the card being used (see page 232).
Street Number
The street number of the cardholder's mailing address.
This number should be the same as that found on the
cardholder statement for the card being used (see page 232).
Zip/Postal Code
The zip/postal code of the cardholder's mailing address.
This code should be the same as that found on the cardholder
statement for the card being used (see page 232).
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14.2 Electronic commerce indicator (ECI)
The ECI is a descriptor that specifies how a debit/credit card number was obtained from
the cardholder for the debit/credit financial transaction. The table below lists the ECIs
supported on the Merchant Resource Center.
ECI
Description
M - Manually Keyed Card Present
-
0 - Not an electronic commerce
transaction
-
1 - Mail/Telephone Order - Single
Cardholder provides credit card details via phone or on
paper. Authorizes the use of the card for one payment.
2 - Mail/Telephone Order - Recurring
Cardholder provides credit card details via phone or on
paper. Authorizes the use of the card for multiple
payments processed at predetermined intervals.
3 - Mail/Telephone Order - Instalment
Cardholder provides credit card details via phone or on
paper. Authorizes the use of the card for a single
payment of goods or services billed to the card in
multiple segments over a period of time.
4 - Mail/Telephone Order
Unknown classification: Cardholder provides credit
card details via phone or on paper. Transaction type is
unknown at time of authorization – may be one time
or multiple payments.
5 - Authenticated E-commerce
Transaction (VBV/MCSC)
Applicable to e-commerce transactions whereby the
cardholder provides their card data over the Internet
on a secure site and authenticates their identity via
Verified by Visa/MasterCard SecureCode.
6 - Non Authenticated E-commerce
Transaction (VBV/MCSC)
Applicable to e-commerce transactions whereby the
cardholder provides their card data over the Internet
on a secure site and attempts to authenticate their
identity via Verified by Visa/MasterCard SecureCode.
7 - SSL Transaction (Not Authenticated)
Applicable to e-commerce transactions whereby the
cardholder provides their card data over the Internet
on a secure site.
8 - Non-Secure Transaction - Web or
E-mail based
Applicable to e-commerce transactions whereby the
cardholder provides their card data on an unsecured
website or via e-mail.
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14.3 Permissions
14.3.1
Admin access level
Admin-level access permissions are grouped into three main areas: administrative level,
transaction level, and report level (refer to the respective tables below).
Important!
A user possessing full admin-level permissions has complete control over
other user profiles and your Merchant Resource Center store. Assign permissions to
users based on business requirements. For information about payment card industry
best security practices, refer to the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards
Council's Web site at www.pcisecuritystandards.org/index.shtml.
Administrative level
The access levels listed* in the table below display in the "Administrative Level" area on
the "Modify User" (or "Add User") page of the user profile that you are modifying.
Access level
If the access level is marked:
All Administrative Access
Allows user to grant the ability to enable full
administrative access.
Add/Modify User and Audit Logs
Allows user to grant the ability to add/modify
user profiles and to view audit logs.
Add/Modify User
Allows user to grant the ability to add or
modify user profiles.
Modify User Only
Allows user to grant the ability to modify user
profiles.
None (User is unable to grant
Admin access to others.)
User cannot grant administrative access.
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Transaction level
The access levels listed* in the table below display in the "Transaction Level" area on the
"Modify User" (or "Add User") page of the user profile that you are modifying.
Access level
If access level marked:
All transactions, including
Gift/Loyalty Activate, Gift Purchase,
and Balance Inquiry.
User can grant the ability to perform all
financial transactions.
All transactions except Void, Refund,
and Independent Refund. (Also
excludes Gift/Loyalty Deactivate,
Void, Refund, and Independent
Refund.)
User can grant the ability to perform all
financial transactions except Voids, Refunds,
Independent Refunds, and gift/loyalty
deactivations.
None - User is unable to grant
Transaction access to others.
User cannot grant transaction access.
Report level
The access levels listed in the table below display in the "Report Level" area on the
"Modify User" (or "Add User") page of the user profile that you are modifying.
Access level
If access level marked:
All reports, including Gift/Loyalty
Transaction report.
User can grant the ability to view, generate
all reports.
All reports, except the ability to close
batches.
User can grant the ability to view, generate
all reports (excluding the ability to close
batches).
None - User is unable to grant Report
access to others.
User cannot grant report access.
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User permissions
User permissions are grouped into several main areas: administrative permissions (see
below), transaction permissions (see page 224), report permissions (see page 225),
gift/loyalty permissions (see page 226) and Vault permissions (see page 227).
Administrative permissions
The user permissions listed in the table below display in the "Administrative
Permissions" area on the "Modify User" (or "Add User") page of the user profile that you
are modifying.
Permission
If permission checkmarked, then:
Add User
User can access the transaction page.
Alter Notification
Addresses
User can access the transaction page.
Alter Batch
User can change the configuration.
Audit
User can access the transaction page.
Configure DirectPost
User can access the transaction page.
Configure Hosted
Paypage
User can access the transaction page.
Configure Multi
Merchant
User can access the transaction page.
Modify User
User can access the transaction page.
Save Changes *
User can execute any of the functions listed this section.
(If this box is unmarked, the user will be restricted to
view-only access. Any attempt to alter the configuration
settings by this user will be logged.)
Set IP Access
User can access the transaction page.
Store Settings
User can access the transaction page.
View API Token
User can access the transaction page.
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Transaction permissions
The user permissions listed in the table below display in the "Transaction Permissions"
area on the "Modify User" (or "Add User") page of the user profile that you are modifying.
Permission
If permission checkmarked, then:
Add Recurring
User can access the transaction page.
Capture
User can access the transaction page.
Create Group
User can access the transaction page.
Enable Keyed in PCI mode
When PCI mode is enabled (see page 194), user can do
keyed card entry in Merchant Resource Center fields.
Execute Transactions*
User can perform transactions. (If this box is unmarked,
the user will only be able to access the transaction page,
but they will not be able to process the transaction.)
Independent Refund
User can access the transaction page.
Mandatory AVS
User must enter address verification data if transaction
supports it.
Mandatory CVD
User must enter card verification digits if transaction
supports it.
Preauth
User can access the transaction page (also applies to
"Reauth" page).
Purchase
User can access the transaction page.
Refund
User can access the transaction page.
Retry Recurring
Retry a declined recurring transaction.
Statement Descriptor
User can submit statement descriptor data if transaction
supports it.
Verification
User can access the transaction page.
Voice Auth
User can access the transaction page.
Void
User can access the transaction page.
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Report Permissions:
The user permissions listed in the table below display in the "Report permissions" area
on the "Modify User" (or "Add User") page of the user profile that you are modifying.
Permission
If permission checkmarked, then:
Allow batch close
User can perform a manual Batch Close.
Allow view of all users'
transactions*
User can view all the transactions processed on the
Merchant Resource Center. (If this box is
unmarked, the user will be able to view only the
transactions that they themselves performed.)
Alter Recurring Transactions
User can modify a recurring transaction.
Batches
User can access the transaction page. (The
generated Batch report details will display all
transactions regardless of the Allow view of all
users' transactions permission.)
Execute Transactions/Batches:
User can perform follow-on transactions and
process Batch Close transactions.
Grouped Transactions
User can access the transaction page.
Manage Recurring Transactions
User can access the transaction page.
Recurring Transaction Reports
User can access the transaction page.
Transactions
User can access the transaction page.
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Gift/loyalty permissions:
The user permissions listed in the table below display in the "Gift/Loyalty Permissions"
area on the "Modify User" (or "Add User") page of the user profile that you are modifying.
Permission
If permission checkmarked, then:
Execute Gift/Loyalty Transactions
Reports*
User can perform gift/loyalty transactions and
generate reports. (If this box is unmarked, the
user will only be able to view the transaction
and/or report page; they will not be able to
perform the actual transaction/generate the
report.)
Gift/Loyalty Activate
User can access the transaction page.
Gift/Loyalty Balance Inquiry
User can access the transaction page.
Gift/Loyalty Deactivate
User can access the transaction page.
Gift/Loyalty Independent Refund
User can access the transaction page.
Gift/Loyalty Purchase
User can access the transaction page.
Loyalty Redemption
User can access the transaction page.
Gift/Loyalty Refund
User can access the transaction page.
Gift/Loyalty Transaction Report
User can access the transaction page.
Gift/Loyalty Void
User can access the transaction page.
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Vault permissions:
The user permissions listed in the table below display in the "Vault Permissions" area on
the "Modify User" (or "Add User") page of the user profile that you are modifying.
Permission
If permission checkmarked, then:
Add Profile
User can access the transaction page.
Delete Profile
User can perform this transaction.
Execute Vault Transactions/Reports
User can perform Vault transactions and generate
reports. (If this box is unmarked, the user will only
be able to view the transaction page, but they will
not be able to perform the transaction.)
Manage Profiles
User can access the transaction page.
Vault Reports
User can access the transaction page.
Update Profile Details
User can perform this transaction.
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14.4 Managed account updater service
The managed account updater service allows you to maintain accuracy of your
customers’ data stored in Merchant Resource Center Vault and Recurring transactions
with the Visa Account Updater (VAU) and the MasterCard Automatic Billing Updater
(ABU).
VAU and ABU are mechanisms for updating cardholder account information
electronically among participating card issuers, payment processors, and merchants
who accept account-on-file transactions.
Note: Not all card issuers participate in the VAU and ABU programs, which may impact
the availability of updated cardholder account information.
How does it work?
1. Participating card issuers submit cardholder account changes, such as card
numbers and expiry dates, to the VAU and ABU databases.
2. As the merchant, you enrol in the Merchant Resource Center managed account
update service.
3. When the service is enabled on your store, you must configure the setting to
specify whether you want the service to work for Recurring transactions and/or
Vault profiles (see page 198).
4. Periodically, your stored customer data are automatically submitted to VAU and
ABU databases and then your store profiles are updated accordingly:
Note: If the VAU or ABU database returns a response indicating "closed" or
"contact" for a registered card (account) number that you have used to set
up a Vault profile or Recurring transaction on your store, the Merchant
Resource Center will stop automatic card updates for the Vault profile or
Recurring transaction (if the automatic update options are enabled for
your store as referenced in step 3).


Recurring transactions - data submitted 5 days before the next billing date
Vault profiles – all the stored customer profiles are submitted once a week.
5. You may use the managed account updater report to see which recurring and/or
vault profiles have been updated (see page 169).
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14.5 Level 2/3 reporting
If your store is enabled for the level 2/3 reporting feature, the Merchant Resource Center
will give you the option to add "level 2/3" tax and product details to eligible transactions
if a supported purchasing card is used to process those transactions. Level 2/3 details
may be added only to Captures (see pages 43 and 45) and Refunds (see page 51).
If level 2/3 details are added to a transaction that has been successfully processed, you
will be given the option to view the level 2/3 details from the transaction's "Order
History" page (see page 84).
Note: If you enter a supported purchasing card when performing a debit/credit
Purchase, the Merchant Resource Center will prompt you to choose whether or not
you want to add level 2/3 details to the transaction. If you opt to add level 2/3
details, the Merchant Resource Center automatically transitions the Purchase into
a Preauthorization transaction. You will have the opportunity to add level 2/3
details at the time you capture the Preauthorization.
If your store is not enabled for level 2/3 reporting, you may still accept purchasing
cards for payment; however, the Merchant Resource Center will not give you the
option to add level 2/3 details.
Differences between level 2 and level 3 details
Note: For information about common level 2/3 details fields, see page 230.

Level 2 details - include a breakdown of sales tax data (e.g. GST, PST, HST, QST
where applicable) Customer ID, P.O. number, general ledger code or account
number, brokerage fees, and duty amount.

Level 3 details - include product description, unit/measurement, shipping
information, product codes, and freight/delivery charges (similar to the level of
detail found on invoices).
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14.5.1
Level 2/3 details fields
The table below (continues to page 231) lists common level 2/3 details fields that may be
displayed on the "Capture " page. Descriptions of what data to enter in each field are
also included.
Field
Enter this data:
Buyer Name
Buyer/recipient name required by CRA for transactions greater
than $150. 00.
Commodity Code
Line item commodity code. (If "Commodity Code" data is not sent,
then "Product Code" data must be sent.)
16 character value which the customer may choose to provide at
the point of sale (must be entered if provided by the customer).
Customer Ref. Identifier
If "Customer Code" data was collected at time of the original
preauthorization, this field will be prefilled by the customer code,
but it does not need to be the same as the customer code.
Description
Line item description.
Destination Country
This field is prefilled if data is entered in the "Destination Postal
Code" field; otherwise, select the country where goods will be
delivered.
Destination Postal Code
The postal code where goods will be delivered (must be provided
if shipping to an address within Canada).
If shipping outside Canada please leave blank.
Duty Amount
Duty on total purchase amount. Mandatory for international
sales if duty applies.
Freight Amount (inc taxes)
If shipping is not provided as a line item, it must be provided here
(freight charges on total purchase) if applicable.
GST Amount
See HST Amount.
HST Amount
Must reflect the amount of national tax (GST or HST) appearing
on the invoice.
Invoice Tax Exempt
If GST/HST (and PST/QST if applicable) can be exempted on the
specific line item then this option needs to be selected.
Otherwise, if not selected, the applicable national and federal
taxes will be sent based on the destination postal code.
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Field
Enter this data:
Product Code
Line item product code (if this field is not sent, then item
"Commodity Code" must be sent). If the order has a
"Freight/Shipping" line item, the "Product Code" data has to be
"Freight/Shipping". If the order has a "Discount" line item, the
"Product Code" data has to be "Discount".
PST Amount
Must reflect the amount of local tax (PST or QST) appearing on the
invoice. If shipping to a province that only supports HST, this field
will not appear as an option. If it appears, it is mandatory.
QST Amount
See PST Amount.
Quantity
Quantity of line item (must be a numeric value).
Unit Cost
Line item cost per unit. Must contain 2 decimal places.
Unit Meas.
Unit of measure.
VAT Reference Num
Unique value-added tax invoice reference number. Must be
populated with the invoice number. Cannot be all spaces or all
zeroes.
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14.6 Address verification service (AVS)
The address verification service (AVS) is a fraud prevention feature that enables the card
issuer to compare the street number, street name, and zip/postal code data that you
entered during the transaction with the corresponding data that appears on the
cardholder's statement.

To use AVS, your store must be enabled for the e-Fraud protection feature.
How to know if your store is enabled for AVS:
If your store is enabled for this feature, an "Address Verification" area, including
associated address fields, will display on several virtual terminal transaction pages (see
page 23).
You must enter the street number, street name, and zip/postal code data in the
appropriate fields.
Note: It is strongly recommend that you include AVS details with all of your manually
entered (keyed) transactions (MOTO/e-commerce). Doing so will ensure
transactions are qualifying at the best possible interchange rate and will minimize
costs to accept credit cards. If AVS is not present, the transaction may be assessed a
higher interchange fee.
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14.7 Using the Merchant Resource Center store in a test
environment
The Merchant Resource Center test environment is designed to replicate the production
environment as closely as possible. The test environment is accessible 24 hours a day, 7
days a week. Follow the steps below to login into the Merchant Resource Center test
environment.
Note: Moneris cannot guarantee 100% availability of the Test environment. Please be
aware that other merchants are using the test environment; hence, you will likely
see transactions and user IDs that you did not create. As a courtesy to others who
are also testing Moneris asks that you work only with the transactions/users that
you created.
1. Visit https://esqa.moneris.com/mpg/.
2. Wait for the "Merchant Resource Center" login page to display.
3. Enter the "demouser" credentials in the fields:
To test this feature
eFraud (AVS , CVD)
Field
Enter this data:
Username
demouser
Store ID
store1
store2
store3
store5
VBV
moneris
Password
abc1234
4. Click on the Submit button.
5. The operation is complete.
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14.7.1
Test card numbers
Use the following test card account numbers with any future expiry date:
Important!
These cards are for the Test environment only. DO NOT use in the
Production environment.
Card
Card type
Amex
373599005095005
Diners
36462462742008
MasterCard
5454545454545454
Visa
4242424242424242
Although the test environment is designed to replicate the production environment as
closely as possible, one major difference is that test transactions are not sent to the
production authorization network. This means issuer responses are simulated. In
Addition, the requirement to emulate approval, decline, and error situations dictates the
use of certain transaction variables to initiate various response and error situations.
The test environment approves and declines transactions based on the penny value of
the amount field. For example, a transaction processed for $399.00 or $1.00 will be
approved since the .00 penny value is set to "approve" in the test environment.
Transactions in the test environment should not exceed $1000.00. (This limit does not
exist in the production environment.)

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For a list of all current test environment responses for various penny values,
download the appropriate documentation (i.e., the Test Environment Penny
Response table as well as the Test Environment e-Fraud Response table). For
instructions on how to obtain this documentation, see page 235.
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14.8 Assistance and resources
Assistance

Enabling store features (e.g.,
Recurring billing, gift/loyalty)

Creating merchant accounts

Enabling Independent Refunds
(temporarily)

Adding card plans, pricing and
other sales-related

Technical issues

Training
Call toll free: 1-866-319-7450.
For online assistance, e-mail:
[email protected]
OR
For telephone assistance, call toll free:
1-866-319-7450.
Documentation

Error Codes and Messages

Integration Guides
1. Go to the Merchant Resource Center
login page (visit
https://www3.moneris.com/mpg/).
2. Click on the Developer Portal link at the
bottom of the page (you may be
required to register for an account).
Drivers and APIs

APIs
1. Go to the Merchant Resource Center
login page (visit
https://www3.moneris.com/mpg/).
2. Click on the Developer Portal link at the
bottom of the page (you may be
required to register for an account).

PINpad drivers

ICC Simulators
1.
Go to:
https://esqa.moneris.com/connect/en/
download/drivers/index.html.
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Other

Activating your store
1. Visit moneris.com/activate.
2. For instructions see page 3.
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