The payment status indicates where the payment is in the overall workflow. Payment status changes are automatically pushed to webhook endpoints, if subscribed, or can be retrieved manually through a Get Payment request.
Payment has been accepted as part of the batch, but the batch has not yet been committed. For Dodd-Frank payments, this status is displayed during the 35-minute hold window in which payments can be cancelled.
Batch has been committed and payment amounts have been finalized. We are actively processing the payments.
Payment is being held for further inquiry. You may receive a request for more information to process the payment.
Payment has been released to a beneficiary from the gateway, or draft has been printed and mailing initiated.
Payment was rejected by our initial payment processor.
Payment was released by our payment processor but was returned by the beneficiary’s bank.
For SWIFT payments. Indicates payment has been successfully released to a beneficiary from our gateway and is in transit.
For SWIFT payments. Indicates the payment is no longer traceable through the SWIFT gpi tracking network. This can occur when the payment reaches a processing institution that is not a member of the SWIFT network.
For SWIFT payments. Indicates the payment had been successfully released by our payment processor, but has been rejected prior to beneficiary credit.
For SWIFT payments. Indicates payment has been cancelled or returned by the customer or beneficiary.
For SWIFT payments. Indicates payment has been successfully applied to the beneficiary account as a credit.
Payment has been prohibited from processing by Convera.
Payment has been cancelled, or check has been voided.
Payment was not accepted by Convera due to a validation error. Errors are returned using the
Notification from receiving bank to payment originator that previously valid payment instructions are outdated or require a change.
Updated about 2 months ago