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If you would like to use the 3D secure tool that is available on your account you will first need to activate these within your MySagePay.
You are then able to add rules to your account to automatically review transactions processed on your account, and accept or reject these transactions based upon the results of the rules.
Before doing this however you will first need to log into your MySagePay area. Also you must make sure the user you are logging into MySagePay has the administration privileges to do so.
Once you have logged into your MySagePay account you will then need to activate the checks on your account.
To do this click on the Settings tab, followed by 3D secure.
You will then be able to activate the 3D secure scheme and manage the rules within your account.
Now that you have activated 3D Secure you are able to add rules to your account. By selecting Add Rule within your MySagePay you are able to add conditions to your account based upon the results of the 3D secure authentication.
Once you have selected Add Rule you will then be presented with the “Add a new 3D secure rule” screen.
This screen will allow you to add a start value, and end value to the rule and then add the restrictions to the rule.
Within this screen you are presented with 5 options when adding rules to your account. You are free to select as many, or as few of these options as you see fit.
Each option that is selected will allow transactions that meet the criteria to be successfully sent for authorisation.
If the transaction does not meet the requirements of the rules that have been set, the transaction will be rejected and appear on your account as a failed transaction.
Now that you have added one rule to your account you are able to have more if you want.
In order to add multiple rules to your account you simply need to complete the same steps as above.
When adding another rule you cannot have the start, or end values overlapping as this will not be allowed on the system and not add the rule to your account.
Multiple rules are used when you would like additional security over multiple price ranges. This also enables you to vary the levels of security on your account depending on the price ranges you wish to implement.