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en:girocheckout:giropay:sepa [2013/11/04 23:05]
michaelheumann
en:girocheckout:giropay:sepa [2013/11/06 03:34] (current)
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 When a customer wants to initiate a classical domestic bank transfer, the fields BIC and IBAN must be left empty. When a SEPA transfer is initiated, both BIC and IBAN must be specified. In this case, the fields bank code and account number should remain empty. ​ SEPA transactions may only be initiated if the merchant'​s SEPA account information is stored in the corresponding giropay project of GiroCockpit. When a customer wants to initiate a classical domestic bank transfer, the fields BIC and IBAN must be left empty. When a SEPA transfer is initiated, both BIC and IBAN must be specified. In this case, the fields bank code and account number should remain empty. ​ SEPA transactions may only be initiated if the merchant'​s SEPA account information is stored in the corresponding giropay project of GiroCockpit.
  
-==== Bis 31.01.2014 ====+==== Until January 31st, 2014 ====
  
 giropay transactions may be initiated with bank code and account number. If BIC and IBAN are also included, this is ignored and a domestic transfer is performed. giropay transactions may be initiated with bank code and account number. If BIC and IBAN are also included, this is ignored and a domestic transfer is performed.
  
-==== Ab 01.02.2014 ====+==== From February 1st, 2014 ====
  
 giropay transactions should be initiated with BIC and IBAN so that a SEPA transfer can be performed. Specifying the bank code is still possible, though. GiroCheckout will convert the bank code to BIC and initiate a SEPA transfer. If an IBAN is specified (for a possible refund), it is not converted. giropay transactions should be initiated with BIC and IBAN so that a SEPA transfer can be performed. Specifying the bank code is still possible, though. GiroCheckout will convert the bank code to BIC and initiate a SEPA transfer. If an IBAN is specified (for a possible refund), it is not converted.
en/girocheckout/giropay/sepa.txt · Last modified: 2013/11/06 03:34 by michaelheumann