How do failed payment notifications work?
A notification is sent out once a payment has been unsuccessfully processed. Your administrator(s) are sent an email when:
A planned payment (credit card and/or E-check) has failed.
E-check payment made during checkout has failed.
Notifications are sent out the same day if a planned credit card payment fails.
It can take up to 10 business days for an E-check to be processed or refused so failed E-check notifications can take longer.
You can access information on the status of your postdated payments via the Finance and Reports tab by downloading the Installments Status report.
Go to Account > Administrators > Manage permission groups as seen below.
This will open up the permission groups page. Here, you will need to edit the permission groups that you wish to give access to failed payment notifications. To edit, click on the pencil icon.
From the list of permissions under the Clients section, check the 'Failed Payments' box as seen below. This will give everyone in the permission group you've chosen access to the Payment action center as well as failed payment notifications.
What to Expect
Here are examples of the email your administrator(s) can expect to receive. The account owner is also sent a notification informing them to contact your organization.
For planned credit card payments
For any E-check payments
NOTE: For more detailed information on a failed payment, check your Netbanx or payment processor account.