For Vital customers, you can now use the ics_auth_reversal application to reverse credit card authorizations for the Visa card type only.
For Vital customers, if you request the ics_auth application with a billing country outside of the United States, the auth_auth_avs reply field will contain the value 1.
For FDMS Nashville customers, you will now receive the value X in the auth_cv_result reply field if card verification is not supported by the card association.
For Paymentech New Hampshire customers, you can now use the Bill Me Later payment option for the ics_auth and ics_credit applications to authorize or refund a customer's Bill Me Later transaction.
For Paymentech New Hampshire customers, if you include Level II data in a request for ics_bill or ics_credit, the data will always be sent to the payment processor.
For Paymentech New Hampshire customers, you can now use card verification numbers for the Discover card type.
For Paymentech New Hampshire customers, a response code of 811 from the processor will now return an "Amex CID is incorrect" message, instead of "Invalid Sec Code".
If you omit the required field bill_address1 from an ics_ecp_credit or ics_ecp_debit request, you will receive the DMISSINGFIELD reply flag, instead of DINVALIDDATA.
The reply field score_internet_info can now contain the information code FREE-EM, indicating that the customer's email address is from a free email provider.
The reply field score_suspicious_info can now contain the value INTL-BIN, indicating that the credit card was issued outside of the United States.
The reply field score_factors can now contain the value B for MasterCard credit cards. This value indicates that the credit card was not issued in the billing country.
In the XML Payment Batch Detail Report, the <PaymentMethod> element can now contain the value "Paymentech Bill Me Later".
In the XML Transaction Detail Report, the <CardType> element can now contain the value "Paymentech Bill Me Later".