Cloning is an easy way to copy information from an existing transaction, including the payment method, so you don't have to enter it again.
As long as the original transaction meets the compatibility requirements, the only information you'll need to provide is the transaction amount – the rest will be automatically filled in.
Most transactions can be cloned, but there are some restrictions. A transaction cannot be cloned if the original transaction:
- Was processed through PayPal, Apple Pay, Google Pay, or Venmo
- Was created from a Vault record – if the customer's information is stored in the vault, you'll need to create a new transaction from their Vault record
- Has the status Processor Declined, Failed, Gateway Rejected* or Settling
*Gateway rejections with Reason = Fraud can be cloned in the case that a legitimate transaction was mistakenly rejected as fraudulent.
To clone a transaction:
- Log into the Control Panel
- Search for an existing transaction
- Click on the Transaction ID
- Click Clone
- Enter the amount you want to charge for the new transaction and the CVV, if applicable
- For authorizations, uncheck the box next to Submit for Settlement
- Click Create
If you have CVV rules enabled and would like to check the CVV when cloning a transaction, fill in the Card Verification Value (CVV) field under Payment Information. If you do not include a CVV with the cloned transaction – regardless of whether you have CVV rules enabled – we will not check the CVV.
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