5 Tricky Credit Card Transactions

Credit card payments are very common nowadays. In digital payments, credit card plays a typical role. I am sharing with you 5 tricky card transactions for your quick reference.

The aim of this post is to share domain knowledge for the people working in the top projects like Visa or Master card and other top payment processing projects. The tricky transactions are 1) Recurring, 2) Installment, 3). Void 4) Reversal 5) Refund.

1). Recurring Transactions

The best example is the post-office recurring transactions. Every month you will pay a certain fixed amount as a recurring deposit.

In the recurring payments, the amount is fixed.

So, the other best examples are recurring payments to the merchant, for the purchases you made like Cloth, Gold, House rent, etc.

2). Installment Transactions

In the installment, the amount is not fixed. The best examples are Hospitals and Lodges.

In the Hotel, while check-in you pay some amount as a deposit for 3 days.

Later due to some work you extended to 5 days. So the remaining amount you need to pay to the merchant.

That payment is called installment transactions. Here you paid two times.

3). Void Transactions

The Void transactions you can call them as canceling or ignoring the transaction.

Only the current transaction you can make it as Void.

4). Reversal Transactions

Reversal transactions are something initiated when the transactions do not pass through some of the business rules.

The reversals are system generated reversals and Issuer generated reversals.

There are many technical reasons due to timeout also your card transactions will be reversed automatically.

Sometimes the merchant can reverse the transaction immediately or after some time.

Sometimes issuer generates reversal transactions due to some technical glitch.

5). Refund Transactions

Refund transactions also called return transactions.

When you return a product you already purchased, then that amount will be refunded at a certain time.

These kinds of transactions you can find in the monthly card statement.

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Author: Srini

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