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Cancelling an ACH transaction

Cancelling an ACH transaction

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Cancelling an ACH transaction

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Below are instructions to follow if you want to try to cancel an ACH transaction that has already been sent to the Profituity ACH server. If you are not sure if the transaction has been sent to the ACH server or not call 800-351-6299 for instructions to determine if it has been sent or not.

 

Software Support at Profituity does not have the ability to Stop Transactions that you have already exported.  If you have such a request, you should call (850) 857-7752 and give Profituity the pertinent information and they will forward it to the ACH department.  Then follow up by sending an email to stopach@checksupport.com.  You will need to include the Route #, Account #, Check # and Dollar Amount.  Requests must be received before 4:00 Central time.  This procedure requires the intervention of the programming department and they will charge you $35.00.   A good way to keep this from happening to you is to refrain from exporting until as close to 4:30 Central Time as possible. We cannot guarantee that transactions will be stopped but we will make every effort to accommodate your needs.

 

 

 

Notes about ACH payments / credits

When you refund a payment that was paid by ACH there is no credit that is sent through the ACH system automatically. Any credit would have to be entered manually. Before entering any credits manually through the ACH system keep the following in mind. When you enter a payment (debit from the customers checking account) in the ACH system there is no guarantee that it will clear, just like when you take a check as payment. So if you enter a payment by ACH and the next day you enter a credit to the customer by ACH, its possible that the debit would get returned (not clear) while your credit to them will clear, basically you would be giving them money back for nothing. Also keep in mind that if you enter a payment for a customer by ACH then credit it manually they are going through the ACH system as 2 separate transactions. Its possible the debit could hit the customers bank account and not clear, causing the customer to be charged an NSF fee by their bank, you wouldn't get your money and then your credit to the customer through afterward. The end result would be you wouldn't get your money, the customer gets hit with an NSF fee by their bank and they get your money you credited to them.

 

 

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