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Transaction Filters

Last updated: 09-Apr-2024


You can view and export reports (in csv format) that display your transactions based on a search criteria of your choosing from:

Filter by transaction or settlement date

transaction date filter

Click Created date or Settled date to filter transactions based on a date range.

  • If ‘Created date’ is selected, the filter will include transactions initiated during the selected date range
  • If ‘Settled date’ is selected, the filter will include transactions settled during the selected date range

Filter by organizations

organizations filter

You can filter the results according to the organization(s) you are part of, by selecting the needed organization(s) from the main dropdown menu (A), or by selecting one of the below three options (B):

  • Name - use the name of the desired organization or part of the name.
  • Organization ID - use the organization ID, that can be found under Administration > Organization Company and Sites.
  • Business Identifier Value - use the business identifier value, that can be found under Administration > Payment (Provider) Contracts (to check if you have the permission to view the payment provider contracts, check the Users and merchants roles documentation).

Filter by merchant ID

merchant ID filter

The Merchant ID (MID) filter only show the values for the organizations you are part of which will have corresponding Payment Provider Contracts (PPC). Multiple merchant IDs can be selected.

You can also search the required merchant ID from the list by entering the full merchant ID, that can be found under under Administration > Payment (Provider) Contracts (to check if you have the permission to view the payment provider contracts, check the Users and merchants roles documentation).

Filter by transaction details

transaction details filter

Select + Add Filter from the toolbar to filter transactions based on the following transaction details:

  • Channel: Where the sale originated, e.g., from terminal or online (Note: For New Zealand, the ‘POS’ means the transaction was processed on an EFTPOS terminal in-store)
  • Currency: Currency in which the transaction was tendered.
  • Product: The card type or payment method used by the cardholder.
  • Transaction type: The type of transaction, e.g., sale or refund. For more information on transaction types, read the Transaction Types and Statuses documentation.
  • Transaction status: The status of the transaction, e.g., authorized or declined. For more information on transaction statuses, read the Transaction Types and Statuses documentation.
  • Wallet: You can view and export reports that display your transactions based on the wallet used (Google Pay, Apple Pay, MobilePay, Vipps, etc.)
  • Stored credential type: Stored data used to authorize payment in recurring transactions. There are two types:
    • Sign up- for the initial payment 
    • Charge- for recurring payments
  • Processor: The acquirer bank or institution that processed the payment.
  • Account type: The type of account used in the transaction, whether it is a Debit or a Credit account.
  • Token type: The type of token used in the transaction.
  • Amount: The transaction amount
  • Reuse Token Context: Any setup that uses a token to make a transaction secure. This will filter transactions according to the following token contexts: Stored Credentials (token used in the Stored Credential context), Tokenization (token requested in the non-Stored Credential context) or Instrument (token used as an instrument).

Filter by transaction identifiers

transaction identifiers filter

You can search for transactions based on transaction identifiers. Select a transaction identifier from the dropdown menu, enter the correct value for the transaction(s) you are searching for into the search bar and then click Search. You can chose from the following identifiers:

  • Acquirer Merchant ID: Identifier assigned to the Merchant and known by the Acquirer (not supported by all the acquirers) 
  • Batch File Number: Internal identifier assigned to the settlement file sent for batch settlement to the acquirer. 
  • Batch Number: Identifier assigned by the acquirers to a transaction that has been settled within the same settlement batch. 
  • BIN Number (Bank Identification Number): This contains the first 6-8 digits of the Primary Account Number (PAN). The BIN (or a BIN range) is assigned to a card issuer. Note: *8-digit BIN is available only in Israel (ABS) 
  • Card Number: The number of the card used in the transaction, displayed in an encrypted format 
  • Cashier ID: ID of the Cashier who created the transaction (not used for all the providers)
  • Card Token: Identifier associated with the payment card that enables to search data related to that payment card in a safe way. 
  • External Customer ID: An external identifier of the shopper. 
  • External Merchant ID: The ID number of the merchant in the client's system (used by Woodforest) 
  • Invoice Number: The identifier of the invoice created for a transaction
  • Merchant Reference: A numeric value (up to 50 characters) that is assigned by the merchant in each transaction for their own identification 
  • Processor STAN: A number that is assigned by a counter in the gateway (or the terminal) to identify the uniqueness against processor. 
  • Provider Transaction ID: An ID number generated by the provider for that specific transaction. 
  • RRN (Reference Retrieval Number): A number assigned by the processor, as a key to uniquely identify a card transaction (based on the ISO 8583 standard). The RRN is made up of the date the transaction was processed and the transaction STAN number (System Trace Audit Number). Example: 200807030680. 
  • Reference: A number assigned by the terminal or processor for each transaction. 
  • Reporting Group: Various transactions grouped according to a certain criterion such as: card brand, account type, card product etc. This search criterion is only available on request because it requires for a specific setup to be configured. If you are interested in using this feature, please contact our sales representatives.  
  • Reuse Token ID: & A reusable token issued by Verifone or a third-party that is used to represent previously stored cardholder data.
  • STAN (System Trace Audit Number): The 6-digit number incremented for each transaction sent by the terminal.
       New Zealand users can find this on the EFTPOS receipt as the "Tran" number. Example: 000287.
  • Sales Description: Description of the purchase, added by the merchant.
  • Serial Number: Serial number of the device/terminal that generated the transaction.
  • Scheme Reference: Data typically used in stored credential transactions.
  • Settlement Batch ID: Settlement batch identifier. The identifier is only applicable for the acquirers for which settlement reporting is supported in Verifone Central.
  • Subscription ID: Identifier of the subscription or agreement in the payment provider's system.
  • Transaction ID: The RRN for New Zealand transactions processed on an EFTPOS terminal in-store.
  • Terminal ID: The last four digits of the ‘TSP’ number. You can find this on all of your receipts.
  • Token type: The type of token used to replace sensitive card information.
  • Verifone Stored Credential Reference: Reference of stored credential used in recurring transactions.

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