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How to accept payments through ACH (Automated Clearing House)

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Fabrice Henrion (fhe)
on 11/17/15, 11:37 PM 1,433 views

Is it possible to accept ACH payments in the checkout process of the ecommerce so that the order is only placed once the ACH payment is processed?
Is it possible to accept ACH payments in the customer portal so that an invoice gets paid only once the ACH payment is processed?

This is really good information. This information should be in documentation for US users such as myself.

Hofmann Brands, Walter Gray
on 8/24/16, 6:45 AM
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Fabrice Henrion (fhe)

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Fabrice Henrion (fhe)
On 11/17/15, 11:53 PM

Yes, it's possible (in the US only) with the standard Authorize.net integration.

First, you need to have an Authorize.net account that is set up with a processor and your Authorize.net account must have the eCheck.Net feature activated.













Then, you must install the Authorize.net module in your Odoo instance. Afterwards, go to the Accounting app > Configuration > Payment Acquirers, and make sure you configure your Authorize.net acquirer with the API login ID and API Transacaction Key that you got from Authorize. You must also ensure that this acquirer is "Published" in the button at the top of the form view.















Once this is done, your ecommerce checkout page will display the option of paying with Authorize.net and the customer will have the option to pay with ACH by providing his bank account information.















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