A payment order is an instruction to move money to or from your bank account. When a new payment order is created, we communicate with your bank to move the amount of money you specified.
Every payment order has the following workflow from creation to completion:
When the payment order is created, it will initially have a status of
This step may be automatically skipped if approval is not required.
At the cutoff time, the payment order's status will be updated to
Note: Only payment orders that have been approved will be sent to the bank. If it is approved after your bank's cutoff time, it will be sent before the next cutoff time.
When the batch is fully processed, the payment order's status will be updated, and you will receive the webhook.
This typically only takes under a minute.
When the transaction is complete, your payment order status will update and you will receive a webhook. The payment order will have the ID of transaction in its attributes.
If you were pulling money from a counterparty, the funds are now in your account.
If you were sending money, the funds have now left your account.
Sometimes you may experience ACH returns.
ACH Return Timings
When sending an ACH, you may experience a return. These may occur up to 3 days after settlement for business transactions and 60 days after consumer transactions. However, we have seen these happen beyond those timeframes before.
Updated about 1 year ago