This lesson will give you an overview of Payments.
There are five options in the Payments dropdown menu: ‘Make a Payment’, ‘Make a Bulk Payment’, ‘Manage Payees and Payee Groups’, ’Payments Centre’ and ‘Stop a Cheque’.
There are four steps to make a payment: Pay from, pay to, payment details and confirm.
When you select the 'Make a Bulk Payment' option from the Payments drop down menu, you can create/import a bulk payment.
There are three steps to create a bulk payment: Pay to & from, file details and confirm.
You can import a direct credit and a direct pay file. For NI/GB accounts,you can import direct debit files. There are three steps to import a bulk payment: Enter file information, file details and confirm.
When you select 'Manage Payee and Payee Groups' option from the Payments drop down menu, there are two tabs to choose from: 'Payees' and 'Payee Groups'.
You can manage individual payees, edit payee information or create new payees on the ‘Payees' tab.
You can add payees to a manual EFT/ BACS group and create new groups if additional OINs have been added to profiles. You can also modify a Payee Group from this page.
When you select the Payments Centre option from the Payments drop down menu, there are two tabs to choose from: the ‘Payments Centre’ tab and the ‘Import Bulk Search’ tab.
You can view all payments pending authorisation, processed, refused and pending pay in the Payment Centre.
You can search for import bulk files on the ‘Import Bulk Search’ tab.
When you select 'Stop A Cheque' in the Payments drop down menu, you have the ability to use the Stop a Cheque facility. You can submit stop a cheque and generate a report on this page.
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