How do you handle overpayments, checks that don’t clear the bank, or checks entered for the wrong account? Make a payment adjustment! Payment adjustments can be used to refund or reverse payments.
When a client pays more than is due, you may want to refund part of the payment. In order to refund a payment, the payment must have been final billed and updated. Additionally, only the unapplied portion of a payment can be refunded.
In some situations, you may need to reverse the entire payment. Typically, this is because either a check didn’t clear the bank or a payment was entered to the wrong account. Like refunds, a payment can only be reversed if it has already been final billed and updated. However, payments can be reversed regardless of whether a portion is currently unapplied or not.
When refunding or reversing payments, the following integration options are available, when applicable:
To reverse or refund a payment
Payment adjustments provide an easy way to refund an amount back to your clients, or to reverse payments when a mistake was made.
When you need to refund or reverse credit card payments, you want to be able to do it with the least amount of hassle. Tabs3 Billing and Trust Accounting Software (TAS) are designed to automatically issue a ProPay refund or reversal when appropriate.
Knowledge Base Article R11708, “Credit Card Refund Best Practices,” provides information on how ProPay handles credit card reversals and provides processes for reversing, refunding, or deleting credit card payments or transactions in Tabs3 Billing and TAS.
Be sure to check out this article so that you are using the recommended methods to refund or reverse ProPay credit card payments.
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