|Posted: Saturday Mar 16th, 2013 at 8:24 pm #44949|
When a paypal one-time payment, paypal subscription, or authorize.net subscription are cancelled/refunded, s2member automatically demotes users. The odd-duck out are one-time/lifetime/non-subscription authorize.net payments. As far as I know, when I manually process those cancellations or refunds within the Authorize.Net merchant interface, s2member isn’t notified by authnet’s servers of this, so I have to do the following clean-up within the wordpress admin area:
1) Search for the user in wordpress
It’s not a huge deal to do this, but I’m wondering if there’s a way to manually trigger an EOT for these particular Authorize.Net registered users that will do the above for me–the way all the other EOT’s are automated?
I primarily need this so the s2member EOT notifications can be fired off for various clean-up routines that take place upon an EOT. I use the EOT notification with a user’s custom capability value to determine what services tied to that user need deactivating or deleting. It’s also nice to be able to have these actions officially logged.
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