I was on the phone with 2checkout for an hour. So far it seems to be a blame game back and fourth.
I know that when Google checkout was live it worked perfect, the order didn't send the complete flag till they finished processing the order, as any payment processor should do.
2checkout doesn't work like that. Where your directions have us set the e-junkie link in the 2checkout account panel that is used for when the order is done that you can send a person to a thanks for your order page. That isn't meant as the finish of the order.
So since having the e-junkie link there as soon as the order is done being placed e-junkie thinks it is done when it isn't. About 5 min later I will get an email about the fraud check and if it passed or not.
So 2checkout decided to do it differently than everyone else. And the only way to get the fraud check is complete and passed flag is through their ins programming, which e-junkie doesn't support.
They told me they have gotten a lot of phone calls from e-junkie users and that e-junkie simply doesn't properly support and work with their system fully.
Which of course when I tell e-junkie I am told yes you do and it is on their end.
But as of right now the way e-junkie works with them you have use putting the link into what is suppose to be a thanks for your order page. That section 2checkout doesn't send a successful order, it just says that the order was completed, thus why it is meant as a thank you page link, not a order is verified and good to go.
I am not reselling codes, they are my own key codes for my 2 programs. e-junkie works fine for paypal as paypal doesnt send the order is totally good to go till they finish it, but paypal doesnt do any fraud checks unless you pay them $30 a month. Google checkout worked great with you guys and didnt send the order complete flag till the fraud checks where done. 2checkout doesn't do it that way at all and sends a order completed which is meant for a thank you page, not that the order is good and finished. 2checkout makes it harder and requires you to use their ins to properly support the fraud checks before knowing if the order is really good to go.
So it is a pain on both ends, 2checkout for making you use their ins for fraud checks with the checkout and for e-junkie for not supporting their ins. So it is true that e-junkie doesn't fully support them because you are using what is suppose to be a thank you page link to finish the order.
I like e-junkie, always worked fine with paypal and Google checkout. I will continue to use e-junkie. Just wish you guys had more payment processor options as 2checkout defeats the purpose of the fraud checks as e-junkie sends the code before the fraud check is even done.