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 Authorize.Net SIM Integration

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Authorize.Net SIM

No secure server or SSL certifcate required

  • Safe and secure.
  • Sensitive customer data such as credit card numbers are stored on Authorize.Net's
    own PCI-compliant  servers.
  • No additional secure server or SSL certificate required by the merchant.
  • Full item details are sent to and are stored in your Authorize.Net Account.
    Unlike with AIM you can login to your account and see a full list of the items ordered.
  • Supports the Akamai Network for improved relibility of data connections.
  • Purchase the plugin
    This is the full version of our Authorize Net SIM Payment Plugin and is intended for merchants with an Authorize Net account or a compatible account who use Virtuemart 2 or 3.

  • Setup and Installation instructions
    How to download, install and setup the plugin on the Virtuemart store.

Customer Order Form

Customer Receipt Page

Merchant Configuration Screen

The plugin automatically works out your "Relay Response URL". This is used by Authorize.Net to return the customer to the store after a transaction. You copy the "Relay Response URL" to your Authorize.Net account.

Order Details stored in Authorize.Net Account

Latest updates

Version 1.3.3 - 21 July 2015

Updates for linking to Authorize.Net's using the Akamai network.

Version 1.3.2 - 09 December 2014

adds a faster checkout option.

Version 1.3.0 - 30 October2014

Updated for VM2 and VM3 with Joomla 2.5 and 3.x

Version 1.0.10 - 20 November 2013

Fixes problem caused by Virtuemart setting "Status Pending" to "Confirmed by Shopper" in the initial setup without the merchant re-setting it back to pending.

Version 1.0.9 11 - November 2013

Authorize.Net SIM now supports Canadian Dollars, Euros and British Pounds in addition to US Dollars. Allowing overseas mercants to open accounts in their own currency.