Electronic check transaction tracking data.
Tracking data for an electronic check transaction that provides the details and status of a check transaction.
Check transactions can change status several times, including being returned by the customer's bank. Make sure to check the status of a transaction for 1-2 weeks after a transaction has posted. Typically the reason for a return will be contained in the BankNote parameter.
|Type ||Name ||Description
|string ||TrackingNum ||Reference number assigned by check processor.
|string ||Effective ||Date check was originally posted.
|string ||Processed ||Date check was received by processor.
|string ||Settled ||Date check was originally settled.
|string ||Returned ||Date check was returned.
|string ||BankNote ||Note from checking account holder's bank. Typically this note will explain the reason for a returned check, but it may also indicate future changes to routing/account number even if the electronic check transaction was approved. For example, if the customer's bank has been bought by another bank, the original routing number will only remain valid for about a year. During this period, the bank will send back a note indicating the new routing number.
Dim trace as usaepay.CheckTrace = new usaepay.CheckTrace
trace.Effective = "2010-10-01"
trace.Processed = "2010-10-02"
trace.Returned = "2010-10-03"
trace.TrackingNum = "123456789"
usaepay.CheckTrace trace = new usaepay.CheckTrace();
trace.Effective = "2010-10-01";
trace.Processed = "2010-10-02";
trace.Returned = "2010-10-03";
trace.TrackingNum = "123456789";