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Banking info for Authorize.net

Posted: July 21, 2021 at 4:38 pm


imaginarium

July 21, 2021 at 4:38 pm

Is there some place I can change which bank account my authorize.net payments go into from within EventEspresso? Thye say we have to change it on our end but I don’t see where


Tony

  • Support Staff

July 22, 2021 at 3:30 am

Hi there,

As far as I am aware each Auth.net account is associated with one merchant account and the merchant account can only have a single bank account associated with it, so do you have multiple accounts linked within a single Auth.net account?

To answer your question from based on my current understanding, you would need multiple auth.net accounts, each linked to their own account. So then within Event Espresso you could use the Payment Methods Pro to create multiple ‘instances’ of the Auth.net AIM payment method, each instance using login credentials for a separate account. You then select the specific EE payment method (linked to the correct auth.net account) on each individual event to determine where the funds go.


imaginarium

July 22, 2021 at 8:06 am

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Tony

  • Support Staff

July 22, 2021 at 8:13 am

If I understand correct, I’m confused as to why auth.net told you you need to do that within Event Espresso as we don’t have anything to do with your merchant account.

Just to clarify I understand, you have your auth.net account and it’s linked to Bank account 111, right?

You are taking payments on your site through Event Espresso registrations and you want to update the account so that all payments made into your Auth.net now go into Bank account 222, right?

If so, that’s not something you change within Event Espresso, you’ll need to change that on your Auth.net account.

With Auth.net all Event Espresso does is basically say ‘Send funds to this auth.net account’ (for the account details you provide in the settings), the actual bank account from there is up to Auth.net and has nothing to do with EE.

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