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  • 30 Nov 2021
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CFRC Clearance Failure Reason Code

  • CLIDDUP – ClearanceID already processed by Clearance Manager
  • SNDNVLD – The Payer or the Payee in the Clearance did not originate this clearance
  • PAYRNST – Payer not certified for SwO Transactions
  • PAYENST – Payee not certified for SwO Transactions
  • TRNNOUN – AgreementID and CommitmentID combination already processed by Clearance Manager. This validation is only for clearances where Clearance Data is not digitally signed by both entities.
  • TCNOVLD – PaymentBrandCode value not valid. Only “IB” and “EP” are accepted
  • CURNVLD – The currency code is not valid for the clearance manager’s operational bank account in the market where the payer and payee are settling
  • CNTPCNL – Request for cancelation of Clearance cannot be performed.
  • EPACMIS – Clearance cannot be accepted because Payment Brand Code equals “EP” but approval code from authorisation approval is either missing or blank.
  • EPACNVA – Clearance cannot be accepted because Payment Brand Code equals “EP” but approval code is not valid.
  • EPCLATE – Clearance cannot be accepted because Payment Brand Code equals “EP” and Payment Commitment Date Time value is older than 48 hours from the time the request has been submitted to the Clearance Manager.

CSTC Clearance Status Code

  • ACCPT – Accepted – status used when the Clearance in the ClearanceRQ is accepted for processing by the Clearance Manager.
  • RJCTD – Rejected – status used when the Clearance in the ClearanceRQ is rejected by the Clearance Manager and it will not be processed any further. The Clearance Manager does not record in its systems any Clearance that has been rejected.
  • CNCLD – Cancelled – status used when Clearance has been cancelled by ORA. Only ORA can request cancelation of a Clearance.
  • FLSTL – Fully Settled – status used when the settlement was completed at once in the first possible instance.
  • 1PSTL – 1-Partially Settled – status used when the first time “Partial Settlement” is applied.
  • NPSTL – N-Partially Settled – status used for any “Partial Settlement” after the first.
  • FNSTL – Final Settlement – status used for the end settlement amount when the settlement was not completed at once in the first possible instance.
  • NOSTL – Not Settled – status used when no amount was settled in the first possible instance.
  • CLBCK – Claw Back – status used when the Clearance Manager claims back funds that have been previously settled.
  • WRTOF – Write off – status used when the Clearance Manager has exhausted all possible options to collect the outstanding amount for given Clearance.
  • FTCLD – Funds Collected – status used for transactions where the payment method EasyPay is used to indicate to the EasyPay account owner that the funds have been collected and therefore the Net Clearance Amount is not included in the total amount of the Clearing Notification.
  • FPCLD – Funds Partially Collected – status used for transactions where the payment method EasyPay is used to indicate to the EasyPay account owner that the funds have been partially collected and therefore the Net Clearance Amount is not included in the total amount of the Clearing Notification.

CPRC Clearance Process Rule Code

  • IATAC00 – for processing a clearance under the IATA Billing and Settlement Plan or IATA Clearance House governance for clearance of funds using the SwO Standard and Process.
  • BLTRL00 – for processing a clearance outside the established IATA governance using the SwO Standard and Process.
  • NDCLNK0 – for processing a clearance under the IATA Billing and Settlement Plan governance for clearance of funds using the Data Interchange Settlement Handbook (DISH) standard.

FTMC Funds Transfer Method Code

  • SWOBANK – indicating that the funds will be transferred to or from a bank account.
  • SWOICCS – indicating that the funds will be transferred to ICCS account.
  • SWOBLTR – indicating that the funds will be transfers between two parties based on their bilateral agreement.

FTTC Funds Transfer Type Code

  • DCR – for direct payment to the bank account of the payee.
  • DDR – for preauthorized direct debit from the account of the payer.
  • BWT – by means of bank wire transfer defined and ordered by the payer.

CEC Clearance Error Codes

  • MSGNCMP – Message could not validate against XSD.
  • CLRNCNT – Message is rejected due to incorrect ClearanceCount value.
  • QRYNORS – Query does not return results.

CCC Clearance Commission Codes

  • SWOCM – used in the Clearance Method data structure for the commission to be applied when using the SwO Clearance Process and it is in addition to the standard applicable commission.

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