Here are the latest updates from ChargeOver!
Part one of our new blog series: Failed Payment Notification Teardown
As an experiment, we decided to learn what happens when our credit cards are declined by our primary payees. This experience has helped us identify which processes were streamlined and customer-focused, and those that were more cumbersome. We’ve decided to share our findings in a multi-part posting comparing our experiences with how different companies handle declined payments. Read part one here!
Previously this page showed a customer all of their stored payment methods, but did not indicate which one was set as the default and/or being used for their subscriptions. The customer will now see a message next to any payment method that is being used for a subscription.
Previously ChargeOver only had the ability to show a single product/plan rate in a single currency. Now we can customize your reports to show different tiersets/rates for each currencies on lists (such as the Plans & Products page in your account) and custom reports.
The default PDF invoice template now will show you whether or not each particular line item is taxable by marking taxable line items with a “T” next to the line item amount.
If your company is based in the EU, your VAT # will by default be displayed on your PDF invoices as required.
ChargeOver’s REST API now supports filtering subscriptions, invoices, and items by the date they were created (write_datetime) and the date they were last updated (mod_datetime).
Level 3 processing support with Authorize.net
ChargeOver now has an upgraded integration with Authorize.Net’s new API, supporting Level 2 and Level 3 credit card processing.