How to trigger exceptions

Our sandbox will default to successful responses, as long as the requests are valid. You can trigger exceptions by using specific EBT card numbers. Below are the card numbers and the exception types:

Card NumberError
4333333333333303Payment always fails with "expired card" error.
4333333333333304Payment always fails with "invalid merchant" error.
4333333333333311All payments succeed, but refund attempts always fail with "exceeds purchase amount" error.
44444444444444XXCheckout fails at the PIN entry for capture (i.e. balance checks will succeed), returning the response code XX from the EBT network. Common choices for XX are,
- 51 - insufficient funds
- 55 - invalid PIN
- 43 - lost/stolen card
- 62 - card restricted due to fraud concerns
- 54 - expired card

Expand the 400 error description for any request to see all possible values and their meanings.
55555555555555XXCheckout fails at the PIN entry for the balance check, returning the response code XX from the EBT network. Common choices for XX are,
- 14 - invalid card number
- 54 - expired card
33333333333333XXCheckout fails at the PIN entry for capture (i.e. balance checks will succeed) because the credit card fails to process. Any SNAP or EBT Cash payments you enter will succeed.
654321XXXXXXXXXXCard numbers beginning with 654321 will return $0 for the EBT Cash balance on balance checks. These cards help you test your application for states which do not support EBT Cash.