The diagram presented below outlines the entire journey of a Payout transaction, starting from its initiation to its completion. The Payout transaction is also commonly referred to as remittance transaction. You can refer to the transaction status table for detailed descriptions of each status type within this lifecycle.
|The transaction is waiting for funding.|
|The transaction is expired due to insufficient funds or the expiration of the FX rate.|
|The transaction is scheduled and is going to be processed on the scheduled date.|
|The transaction is cancelled by the customer. For a Payout transaction, typically, this can only be done on scheduled payouts that are not yet initiated.|
|The transaction is declined by the checker or due to monitoring rules.|
|The transaction is approved for Payout by the authorized personnel.|
|The transaction is initiated for processing.|
|The transaction is undergoing compliance review.|
|After the automated compliance review, further action is required by a compliance officer to manually review this transaction.|
|The transaction has been flagged by compliance rules. Additional information has been requested for this transaction.|
|Nium has received the response to the additional information requested per RFI|
|The transaction is rejected by compliance rules.|
|The transaction has cleared compliance review and is ready for further processing.|
|The payout transaction is ready for processing, and in this stage we are finding the optimal route to process the payment using the NIum partner bank network.|
|An error occurred while processing the transaction. Depending on the type of error the transaction can be retried going back to the |
|The payout instruction has been sent to Nium's partner bank. When the partner bank sends the payment out, the status changes to |
|Money has been sent to the beneficiary bank from Nium's partner bank.|
|The transaction has been returned by the receiving bank. This status typically applies to a payout transaction when the beneficiary bank returns it for a specific reason.|
To simulate transaction status in sandbox, you can use the below table to replicate
SENT TO BANK,
RETURNED status scenarios.
Create a payout request following the below steps:
- Call Add Beneficiary V2 API to create a beneficiary with a USD bank account.
- Call Transfer Money API to create a transaction with the beneficiary hash ID obtained in Step 1 and the parameters mentioned in the below table -
In the below listed simulation scenarios, transition of all status changes occur at 30 minute intervals.
|Scenario||Routing Code||Beneficiary Account Number||Description|
|111000000||000987654321||The status transitions from |
|111000000||000897654321||The status transitions from |
|111000000||000879654321||The status transitions from |
|111000000||000987654322||The status transitions from |
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