Credit Card Failure: HV

anybody know what the Failure: HV represents when trying to process a credit card transaction and you recieve this error? Is there a list anywhere that
describes what the different credit card failures represent?
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Andy,
This and most other error messages are coming from your credit card processor. Ask them.
An HV error usually means the you or the processor has incorrectly setup the account. The first thing I would check is your "V" number. If they gave you a number stating with a V, change the V to a 7 in the RMS/MSPOS EDC setup screen.
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Type "Failure: HV" into Google and click the first link returned. It will tell you that you have an error in one of the following fields in your EDC Setup: Acquirer BIN Agent Bank Number Agent Chain Number
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