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Business::Payment::ClearingHouse - Payment Clearinghouse SYNOPSIS use Business::Payment::ClearingHouse; my $house = Business::Payment::ClearingHouse->new(); # Create a charge my $charge = Business::Payment::ClearingHouse::Charge->new( subtotal => 100, tax => 10 ); # Authorizate it and get the uuid my $uuid = $house->auth($charge); # Settle! my $total = $house->settle; DESCRIPTION Business::Payment::ClearingHouse provides an API that emulates a payment processor like the ones used with credit cards. The operations it provides are inspired by those present with a credit card processor: preauth (reserve), postauth (consume the reserved funds), auth (immediately charge), credit (refund) and void (remove a charge). This module is intended to provide a testbed for features of L<Business::Payment> and to provide a testing processor for use in development environments. The C<settle> method allows a developer to examine the net results of a series of transactions. AUTHOR Cory G Watson, C<< <gphat at cpan.org> >> COPYRIGHT & LICENSE Copyright 2009 Cold Hard Code, LLC. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either: the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; or the Artistic License. See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/ for more information.