1 228 Processing Credit and Debit Card Payments in DVMAX You must complete three steps to set up for accepting credit and debit card payments in DVMAX, as follows: Assign users security access to allow them to accept credit and debit card payments. Connect the hardware peripherals to the Payment Terminal workstation. Run the Payment Terminal Setup Wizard to configure the payment terminal. This document also describes how to create an invoice and accept a credit or debit card payment. Batch Reports and Credit and Debit Card Transaction logs are also described. Assign Security Group Access for Users You must add users to the Credit Card Processing security group before they can process credit and debit card payments. Only users in this group are able to initiate transactions, access the setup wizard, or browse credit card processing logs. To add users to Credit Card Processing security group: From the Section menu, select General Management. The Management Functions dialog opens. Select Set Passwords and Users, and click OK. The Tool Box opens.
2 229 Select the user you wish to assign to the Credit Card Processing group. In the Member column, select the Credit Card Processing check box. Alternatively, click the Groups icon, select the Credit Card Processing group, and add users to it by selecting the check box beside their name. Close the Tool Box. Connect Your Hardware Peripherals Next, you need to connect your hardware peripherals, that is, your card reader (optional), receipt printer and PINPad (if you are using one) need to be connected to the workstation you are setting up as a pay terminal.
3 230 Card swipe track reader DVMAX supports the use of the Unitech MSR120B-33U card reader. Remember to install the driver for this device before using. Receipt Printer DVMAX supports the use of the Dymo SE300 and the Epson TM88IV (network ready) receipt printers. Dymo SE300 - Paper required: Dymo for SE300 or 3 1/8 (80 MM) x 230 (3 diameter) Epson TM88IV Ethernet - Paper required : Thermal Roll Paper, 7/16 core for the Epson Printer requires Ethernet cable to access LAN. PIN Pad DVMAX supports the use of the Verifone 1000SE. Note that this is a serial device and will require a Keyspan USB/Serial adapter if there is no serial port on the workstation you plan to use as the pay terminal. The Keyspan serial adapter driver must be installed on the system before using the adapter. To connect your hardware peripherals to the workstation: Plug the devices in to appropriate USB ports on the pay terminal workstation, where applicable. The use of a Keyspan USB/serial adapter will be needed if your computer does not have a serial port. Connect your receipt printer to the workstation you will be using for the pay terminal. This may require a Keyspan USB/serial port adapter, depending on your printer. The PINPad and Dymo Costar Label Writer printer connect to a serial port adapter, which then plugs in a USB port on the workstation.
4 231 About the Payment Terminal Setup Wizard Once users have security access to credit card processing, and the peripherals have been connected, a workstation can be set up as a pay terminal. The Payment Terminal Setup Wizard that walks you though the basic 8-step process for configuring a DVMAX terminal to accept real-time credit and debit card payments. Payments are authorized in real time using supported payment gateways. A persistent internet connection is required to run the setup wizard (i.e. not dial-up). Multiple payment terminals are permitted but each terminal has to have its own setup. open the Payment Terminal Wizard From the DVMAX File menu, select Preferences. The DVMAX Preferences window opens. Click the Payment Terminal tab.
5 232 Click Run Setup Wizard. A message indicates all existing Payment Terminal information under the within the Payment Terminal Configuration box will be overwritten. Click OK to continue and proceed with Payment Terminal setup. Payment Terminal Setup Wizard Step 1 of 8: Select a Payment Processor Once you click Run Setup Wizard from the Payment Terminal dialog, the Payment Terminal Setup Wizard opens. Step 1 of 8 is to select your payment processor. To select your payment processor: Click X-Charge if your payment processor is X-Charge Click Quickbooks Merchant Services if your payment processor is Quickbooks Merchant Services. For context-sensitive help, click the Help icon in the lower left of the Wizard.
6 233 If multiple merchant accounts need to be configured; that is, multiple X-Charge and/or Quickbooks accounts on DVMAX, select the Multiple merchant accounts in this copy of DVMAX check box. This prevents the Intuit connection ticket/x-charge Merchant ID, Authentication Key, and Terminal ID from being auto-populated, allowing you to enter per terminal values. Selecting Multiple Merchant accounts is particularly useful at a location that needs to have multiple, unique credit card processing accounts, such as might be the case where DVMAX has been installed to a multiple business environment. If the Multiple Merchant setting is cleared, the Intuit connection ticket/x-charge Merchant ID, Authentication Key, and Terminal ID will be persistent across terminals. The Intuit connection ticket/x- Charge Merchant ID, Authentication Key, and Terminal ID values will then be auto-populated when the wizard is run on another terminal. Click Next. Terminal Setup Wizard Step 2 of 8 - Account Information page displays. Payment Terminal Setup Wizard Step 2 of 8: Account Information The process of setting up your account information, Step 2 of 8 in the Payment Terminal Setup Wizard, will vary depending on whether you are a Quickbooks or X-Charge customer. X-Charge Customers On the Payment Terminal Wizard Account Information page (Step 2 of 8), enter your X-Charge Merchant ID, X-Charge Authentication Key, and X-Charge Terminal ID. You should have received these values from X-Charge. Click Next. This will take you to Step 3 of 8 in the Payment Terminal Setup Wizard, Payment Terminal Setup - Test Connection. If these values have been provided on another terminal, and if Multiple merchant accounts in this copy of DVMAX has not been selected, all but Terminal ID will be pre-filled. Parts of the ID, Key and Terminal numbers are masked in the example shown here.
7 234 Quickbooks Merchant Services Customers On the Payment Terminal Wizard Account Information page (Step 2 of 8). On the Account Information page, enter the QBMS Connection Ticket. This should have been received from Quickbooks Merchant Services. Click Next. This will take you to Step 3 of 8 in the Payment Terminal Setup Wizard, Payment Terminal Setup - Test Connection. If you have not set up your Quickbooks Merchant account and do not have a connection ticket for DVMAX, you will need to obtain a connection ticket for DVMAX before you can proceed further with the Payment Terminal Setup. Click Get Connection Ticket. A Confirm dialog box opens. To get a ticket, you will need to visit Intuit s
8 235 Merchant Account website. You must have your log in details ready, along with the confirmation you would have received from Intuit. Part of the Connection ticket number is masked in the example shown here. Click I have a LOGIN if you wish to continue. Click Cancel to quit the installation if you do not have your Intuit Login created and have not received a confirmation from Intuit. If you clicked I have a LOGIN, a page will display to allow you to log in to your Quickbooks Merchant Account. Enter your Merchant Account login details, including and Password information, and click Log In. Follow the directions on the Intuit site to obtain a ticket. Once you obtain a connection ticket for DVMAX, then copy this connection ticket to the system clipboard. Return to the DVMAX Payment Terminal Setup Wizard and paste the ticket into the QBMS Connection Ticket field. Payment Terminal Setup Wizard Step 3 of 8: Test the Connection After the Account information has been set up, the Terminal Setup Wizard tests the connection between your payment terminal and the payment processor. DVMAX will test your payment processor server configuration. A transaction request is made to the appropriate payment gateway, and a particular response expected.
9 236 To test the connection: When you have entered your Account Information and click Next, the Connection Test page displays. Click Test Connection. The Next button is enabled only when the expected gateway response is received. If a successful connection result is received, a message displays in green text that the connection was made and a response received. Click Next. If a Test Connection Fails If the test connection fails, it could mean one of the following:
10 237 There is no Internet connection. The payment processor host is unreachable. You entered correct information, but there is a problem with the payment processor host. X-Charge Support can be reached at while you can reach the Intuit Support home page at You entered incorrect information, resulting in an error message. Error messages are displayed in red text. Payment Terminal Setup Wizard Step 4 of 8: Configure and Test Card Reader The next step in the Setup process is to configure and test your card reader. The card reader is optional, and not all payment terminals will make use of a card reader.
11 238 If your payment terminal does not have a card reader, select No Card Reader on this Terminal. Skip this Step. If you have a card reader on the terminal, select your card reader type from the Card Reader Type dropdown menu. Note that DVMAX currently supports the Unitech MSR 120B-33U. Select the card reader port from the Card Reader Type drop-down menu. When your Card Reader and Port have been set, the Test Swipe button becomes enabled. To test the card reader, click Test Swipe. Swipe the card through the card reader. You should see the following message that the card has been read successfully. Click OK. Click Next. Step 5 of 8 - Configure and Test Your PINPad page opens. Payment Terminal Setup Wizard Step 5 of 8: Configure and Test PINPad If your payment terminal uses a PINPad, the next step in the Payment Terminal setup is to identify and test your PINPad. If you do not use a PINPad, select We don t use a PINPad, and click Next to move to the next step in the setup process.
12 239 If you use a PINPad for debit card transactions, select the PINPad from the PINPad drop-down list. DVMAX supports Verifone SE1000 PINPad. Select the port to which the PINPad is attached from the PINPad Port drop-down list. Click Test PINPad. The screen on your PINPad should read DVMAX ONE SWIPE. From the Confirm window, click Yes if you see the DVMAX ONE SWIPE message in the PINPad. If you do not see the message, click No. Check that all hardware is connected properly to your pay terminal, and try again. From the Configure and Test Your PINPad dialog, click Next. Payment Terminal Setup Wizard Step 6 of 8: Configure and Test Receipt Printer The next step in the Payment Terminal setup is to configure and then test your receipt printer. DVMAX supports the Dymo/Costar LabelWriter and the Epson TM88IV.
13 240 Select your receipt printer from the Receipt Printer Type drop-down list. Supported devices are Dymo/ Costar LabelWriter (as with the rest of DVMAX) and the Epson TM88IV. The Epson printer is network-based (TCP/IP) and can be used by multiple terminals. If the Dymo/Costar LabelWriter is selected, choose the port the printer is connected to from the Receipt Printer Port drop-down list. If the Epson printer is chosen, the Port drop-down list changes to an IP address entry field. Enter the IP Address of your receipt printer in the Receipt Printer IP Address field. When entering an IP address in the Receipt Printer IP Address field, you must supply leading zeros for each octet (for example, the IP address must be entered as ). Click Print Test Receipt to send a test receipt to the printer. A test receipt is shown here. The merchant receipt includes the following:
14 241 Clinic Name and header info (address, telephone number, fax) Transaction Date and Transaction Time. Card type and redacted card number. Authorization ID, and invoice ID. Transaction Type, and DVMAX user. Subtotal, Tax, and Total. Signature line. Verbiage identifying it as the merchant copy. The Customer invoice 8.5 x 11 includes the regular DVMAX invoice information and additionally the redacted card number, card type, and the Authorization ID. The same is true for estimates and returns. Click Next. This takes you to step 7 of 8, identifying pay methods. Payment Terminal Setup Wizard Step 7 of 8: Credit Card and Debit Card Pay Methods The Pay Methods page opens. To enable payment processing, DVMAX needs to create 2 specially-named Pay Methods, one for credit card and one for debit card payments. These methods will have the abbreviations ccard and Debit, respectively, and these names are automatically reserved by DVMAX for this purpose, and cannot be in use elsewhere in your DVMAX database. If they are, those existing codes will have to be renamed. It is possible that the Card and Debit Pay Methods were previously created via the Payment Terminal Wizard for use by another Payment Terminal at your location. In that case, the Credit and Debit Card Pay Methods dialog indicates that the Pay Methods already exist. Click Next to proceed to step 8 of 8.
15 242 If your DVMAX database was already using a method named ccard or Debit, but it was not created by the Payment Terminal Wizard for credit and debit card use, DVMAX will prompt you to rename your existing codes to free up the method names ccard and Debit for use by the Pay Terminal function. In the Credit Card Code and/or Debit Card Code field, type a new name for the code that needs to be renamed. In the Credit Card Description or Debit Card Description field, type a description for the code you are renaming. Click Rename. Once these old codes have been renamed, DVMAX will create the necessary Pay Methods Card and Debit for the Payment Terminal. Click Next.
16 243 If one or both Pay Methods need to be created, click Create from the Credit and Debit Card Pay Method dialog. You will receive a message on the page when the pay methods have been successfully created. Click Next. Payment Terminal Setup Wizard Step 8 of 8: Best Practices Review and Sign Off The Best Practices dialog provides valuable information on safeguarding the security of the data in your pay terminal and network. The Best Practices page opens. Review the Best Practices information.
17 244 When you have finished reading the Best Practices information, select I have read these Best Practices. Click Next. Finish and Close the Payment Terminal Setup Wizard When you have completed the 8 basic steps in the Payment Terminal Setup Wizard, Click Finish to close the Setup Wizard. The Setup Complete page displays. A summary of your Payment Terminal Configuration displays on the Payment Terminal tab of the DVMAX Preferences window. Click OK to close the window.
18 245 Creating an Invoice and Processing a Payment Using the Payment Terminal Once you have your payment terminal set up, you are ready to process credit card payments within DVMAX. With a patient or client record open, create an invoice. To create an invoice: From the Patient menu, select Create an Invoice If the patient has open invoices, you will be prompted to reopen an existing invoice or create a new one. Make the selection as appropriate to the situation.
19 246 The Invoice window opens for the client. From the Pay method 1 drop down, select the pay method, ccard or Debit The Process Payment Now button displays. Enter a payment in the Amount field, and click Process Payment Now. If your Pay Terminal is using a card reader (which has been set up under the Pay Terminal Wizard), you are prompted to Swipe the card, with the option of manually entering the card number. Swipe the card through the card reader where applicable. If no card reader has been set up on your Pay Terminal, the manual input dialog appears automatically. Type the card number.
20 247 Complete the cardholder information as necessary, making sure to enter the Card Number, Expiry Date, and CCV. You will receive error messages if the card number is not in a valid format, or if the expiry date is in the past. Client name and details will be prefilled by DVMAX. Click Authorize to continue and process the payment, or Cancel to go back. Debit Card Transactions With an invoice open, select Debit from the Pay Method 1 drop-down list. Click Process Payment Now. Present the PINPad to the customer for them to OK the purchase and enter their PIN. Internet Failed Transactions For Internet failed transactions you will be prompted to store the auth number to allow the transaction to be complete in DVMAX. The transaction will be flagged as no online auth so you can report on this and see which transactions need to be reconciled. The card type is already set correctly, since it is detected from the card number Internet Not Present If we have an internet not present transaction we need to have a new payment type that auto sets that is not user selectable. I think we should also store the phone auth number (not the CCNum). They will have to finish the transaction online via X-Charges interface.
21 248 Voiding a Credit Card Transaction If you process a payment incorrectly immediately after the card was swiped (for example, the customer gave you the wrong card to swipe), you must: Batch Reports OK the invoice. Return to the Client Finances tab, and void the payment. Add new transaction and swipe the correct card. DVMAX does not offer a batch close functions, since the clients generally auto close the batch. We offer a batch inquiry function only. An automatic end of day report compares the totals in DVMAX with the totals in the XML report from Xcharge. To view the XCharge/DVMAX EOD Comparison report: From the Section menu, select General Management. The Management Functions dialog opens. Click the Financials tab. Select XCharge/DVMAX EOD Comparison and click OK.
22 249 Credit and Debit Card Transaction Logs DVMAX Practice logs all incoming and outgoing credit and debit card transaction requests. DVMAX Practice audit logs are automatically enabled, and cannot be disabled. Logs can be exported and then purged. To view the Credit and Debit Card transaction log: From the Section menu, select General Management and go to the Financials tab. Select View Credit/Debit Card Transactions and click OK. The following values constitute a minimal log record: ID - unique ID for this log record Type - invoice, return, void, or response Transaction ID the internal DVMAX Practice transaction this card request is linked to Invoice ID if applicable Amount the amount of the request Date standard date stamp Time standard time stamp
23 250 Code - type of request, or response code received User the user completing the transaction Body - the complete body of the request, with card number, CVV, and merchant Identification, all redacted
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