Question about VeriFone Omni VX-510 Credit Card Machine Stapler / Staples
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your processor should be able to essentially blow out the memory on the terminal. From their a dummy program can be loaded to finish wiping out any residual memory. Lastly, you will need to do a completely new core load with your actual file build. The process takes much longer than normal due to the multiple core loads but it is effective. If your processor is not familiar with this or is unable, I would be more than happy to take over your services but am unable to solicit on this site. So, feel free to email me with any questions you may have at CJepson@federal-financial.com. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
SOURCE: verifone vx610 decline code 248
This is tricky to answer... different processing service use different codes. If the software you are running is built on a St. Pete's platform, this code means that the transaction you were processing was a 'reversal' (void) and the amount entered didn't match the original.
If you were running a sale and received this code and the display or receipt actually printed "declined" - it is a valid response indicating the customer card was declined and the code tells the service rep at your processing center why it was turned down (over limit, high risk, frozen account, etc...). If the response did show the word "declined", you can call your customer service department for your processor and they should be able to tell you what the code means in their system. If they don't - change processors as this is a standard service.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
If you press the F2 and F4 buttons and enter 1 Alpha Alpha 66831 and the terminal goes back to the idle screen then the system password has been changed or the battery is bad in the unit and will have to be replaced. Either way it will have to go to a repair facility to be corrected.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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