The donor in Zendesk 859645 cid=47936889 created two recurring annual fund Amazon donations on Saturday:
RECURRING AMAZON P01-1713917-1832652-C093284
RECURRING AMAZON P01-6199685-8634712-C040290
I tried various combinations of transaction IDs and payment gateways to see the UTM source, but was unable to find the right combination for this query:
MariaDB [fredge]> select contribution_tracking_id, gateway, order_id, validation_action, pb.filter_name, pb.risk_score as filter_score, pf.risk_score as total_score, INET_NTOA(user_ip) AS human_ip, payment_method, date from payments_fraud pf LEFT JOIN payments_fraud_breakdown pb ON pb.payments_fraud_id = pf.id where gateway='recurring_amazon' AND order_id ='94105402-2';
This raises some questions:
- Can we tell how the donor did this, and make any modifications on our end to prevent these from being created? If it would help for DS to ask the donor what they did, please let me know. I have not yet tried hacking the URL to see if I can recreate.
- To cancel these recurrings, is cancellation in Civi sufficient? There are no subscription modification options at Amazon's console, and I want to make sure that if we tell this donor their donation is canceled that they will not see further charges.
- I'm inclined to cancel both of these donations and let the donor know that recurring Amazon is not fully supported. Is there a downside from fr-tech's perspective to keeping one of these active?