Business::MaxMind::CreditCardFraudDetection - Access MaxMind credit card fraud detection services
This module queries the MaxMind credit card fraud scoring service and returns the results. The service uses a free e-mail database, an IP address geography database, a bank identification number, and proxy checks to return a risk factor score representing the likelihood that the credit card transaction is fraudulent.
This example queries the credit card fraud scoring service and displays the results:
my $ccfs = Business::MaxMind::CreditCardFraudDetection->new(isSecure => 1, debug => 0, timeout => 10); $ccfs->input( i => '220.127.116.11', domain => 'yahoo.com', city => 'New York', region => 'NY', postal => '10011', country => 'US', bin => '549099', # optional binName => 'MBNA America Bank', # optional binPhone => '800 421 2110', # optional custPhone => '212-242', # Area Code + Local Exchange license_key => 'LICENSE_KEY_HERE' # optional ); $ccfs->query; my $hash_ref = $ccfs->output;
Class method that returns a Business::MaxMind::CreditCardFraudDetection object. If isSecure is set to 1, it will use a secure connection. If debug is set to 1, will print debugging output to standard error. timeout parameter is used to set timeout in seconds, if absent default value for timeout is 10 seconds.
Sets input fields. The input fields are
See http://www.maxmind.com/app/ccv for full list of input fields.
Returns 1 on success, 0 on failure.
Sends out query to MaxMind server and waits for response. If the primary server fails to respond, it sends out a request to the secondary server.
Returns the output returned by the MaxMind server as a hash reference.
TJ Mather, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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