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Offline Credit Card v2.0 for PrestaShop 1.7 -- Collect credit card info for offline processing

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Offline Credit Card v2.0 for PrestaShop 1.7
One of our most popular modules is now available for PrestaShop 1.7, including an all new back office interface and clean, optimized code re-written for seamless PrestaShop 1.7 compatibility. And the full lifetime support plus a one-time free installation that you expect from Presto-Changeo is included with every purchase. 

Any business that uses PrestaShop and needs to collect credit card information first and process the transactions later needs a safe, secure way of doing so. Our module is PCI compliant to give you the tools you need and your customers peace of mind.

All front-office features are designed responsively to look great on any screen size.

Learn More here: http://www.presto-changeo.com/en/prestashop-17-modules/128-prestashop-offline-credit-card-module.html
Collect Credit Card information for offline processing.
Embed the payment form directly in the checkout page, plus display and delete credit card info directly in the admin Order page.
The credit card information is encrypted in the database in compliance with PCI DSS rules.
You have the option to collect [spam-filter] (*Make sure the laws in your country permit storing [spam-filter] info.)
Look up the order information directly from the configuration page of the module.
Download a CSV file with all the order information for a given order ID range.
Delete the stored credit card information for a given order ID range.

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Buy Offline Credit Card here: http://www.presto-changeo.com/en/prestashop-17-modules/128-prestashop-offline-credit-card-module.html






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I have received many expired credit cards with this module.  Is there a way to let the customer know that their credit card is expired to save me from having to contact each and every one of them when this happens?  Am I missing something in configuration that doesn't allow an expired card?

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