Re: Account Name Inquiry PAV Sandbox Data

New Contributor

Account Name Inquiry PAV Sandbox Data

I am testing the payment account validation endpoint by sending the test data provided. I am not getting a result for the cardHolderNameVerificationResult even though I am sending the test data.

1. End Point
2. Request Body:


  "cardCvv2Value": "999",
  "cardHolderNameVerification": {
    "lastName": "INQUIRY",
    "firstName": "ACCOUNT",
    "middleName": "NAME"
  "cardAcceptor": {
    "address": {
      "zipCode": "94404",
      "country": "USA",
      "city": "San Francisco",
      "state": "CA"
    "name": "Visa Inc"
  "primaryAccountNumber": "4957030420210454",
  "acquiringBin": "400171",
  "addressVerificationResults": {
    "street": "801 Metro Center Blv",
    "postalCode": "94404"
  "cardExpiryDate": "2040-10"


3. Response Header x-correlation-id X-CORRELATION-ID : 1713843481_829_335670253_b47978c55-28d9_VDP_WS
4. Response Body


"approvalCode": "12AB54",
"cvv2ResultCode": "M",
"transactionIdentifier": 958381275124334,
"actionCode": "00",
"addressVerificationResults": "Y",
"responseCode": "5"



As you can see I don't get cardHolderNameVerificationResult on the results. Could you please help me indicating what am I doing wrong? Could you review the cardHolderNameVerificationResults on sandbox?

Community Moderator

Re: Account Name Inquiry PAV Sandbox Data

Hi @msomozaThank you for reaching out. One of our agents will look into this and get back to you soon. Until then, if any community members have information that may help, feel free to reply to this thread.

New Contributor

Re: Account Name Inquiry PAV Sandbox Data

Hi @SyedSa, did you get the opportunity to look into the sandbox response?

Visa Developer Support Specialist

Re: Account Name Inquiry PAV Sandbox Data

Hi @msomoza,


In your Payment Account Validation project, there is Test Data for you to access and use for sandbox testing. The test data consists of predefined name sets and results.

20190521 Test Data.jpg



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