Authorize.net will not approve the transaction because of an invalid line item.
Note: ‘E00027’ is returned in many cases where Authorize.net declines the payment.
In cases where form fields for validation are triggered, Authorize.Net will send you an email with details on which filter was triggered.
Check within your Authorize.Net web interface for specific declines and reports on specific filters that stopped the payment from going through at Reports >> Transaction Detail Reports or Search >> Suspicious/Unsettled transactions.
- The product name exceeds the 31 character limit for Authorize.net
- The product name contains some invalid characters like curly quotations, trademark or copyright symbols. Product names can only contain letters from the basic alphabet (A-Z a-z).
- The product price is not a positive number (greater than 0)
- The product quantity is not positive number (greater than 0)
Check within your Authorize.Net web interface for more details about the invalid item(s).
Check the product information in your QPilot Site (QPilot > Site > Products) and re-synchronize your product data to QPilot to remove invalid product data.
Edit the Scheduled Order in QPilot (QPilot > Site > Scheduled Orders >> Edit) to ensure that the product(s) in the Scheduled Order appear valid.
Once this issue is resolved, you should use the action to Restart Processing the Failed Scheduled Order.
Updated 10 months ago