best fake id sites|Test cards

best fake id sites|Test cards

Test cards

  Paystation allow for either cent or card-based testing to determine if your website is handling transaction responses correctly. With cent-based testing, please be aware that if a response is not mapped to a cent value, it will simply state ‘unknown error’ and does not necessarily indicate a transaction error.

  Mastercard

  Card number: 5123456789012346

  Expiry date: 0524 (MMYY)

  CSC/CVV: 100

  Visa

  Card number: 4987654321098769

  Expiry date: 0524 (MMYY)

  CSC/CVV: 100

  To return the appropriately mapped response, you must append each purchase amount with a cents amount that correlates as below. The dollar amount is not relevant.

  .00 – approved (response code 0)

  .51 – insufficient funds (response code 5)

  .57 – invalid transaction (response code 8)

  .54 – expired card (response code 4)

  .91 – error communicating with bank (response code 6)

  So to test an approved Mastercard you would enter details as below;

  Card number: 5123456789012346

  Expiry date: 0524 (MMYY)

  Purchase amount: $1.00

  And to test an ‘insufficient funds’ Mastercard response, you would enter the below details:

  Card number: 5123456789012346

  Expiry date: 0524 (MMYY)

  Purchase amount: $1.51

  Mastercard – approved

  Card number: 5555555555554444

  Expiry date: 0524 (MMYY)

  CSC/CVV: 100

  Mastercard – insufficient funds

  Card number: 5105105105105100

  Expiry date: 0524 (MMYY) (or a future date)

  CSC/CVV: 100

  American Express – approved

  Card number: 378282246310005

  Expiry date: 0524 (MMYY)

  CSC/CVV: 100

  American Express – insufficient funds

  Card number: 371449635398431

  Expiry date: 0524 (MMYY)

  CSC/CVV: 100

  Q Card – Approved

  Card number: 6015310100000002

  Expiry date: 0524 (MMYY)

  CSC/CVV: 100

  New Mastercard testing

  Cent values 2221000000000009, 05/24, 100

  Success 2221000000000017, future date, 100

  Failure 2221000000000025, future date, 100