I'm using FastNet Business, how do I create, authorise and send FastCheque payments?
With FastNet Business you can make a one-off payment to any New Zealand bank account. Use FastCheque to pay people or organisations that you are not expecting to pay again.
You can create a FastCheque payment then authorise it. An authorised FastCheque payment is sent immediately.
You can also create and save a FastCheque payment so that you can view, edit, print, authorise and send it later, or delete it.
If you need more than one authorisation, all the authorisers must enter their details so that the payment can be sent. You cannot partially authorise, then save, a FastCheque.
To create and authorise a FastCheque, you must have both Create and Authorise permission for the FastCheque function, and Transact access to the withdrawal account.
Before You begin display the FastCheque Payments page.
- On the FastNet Business tab bar, click Transactional Banking.
Below the tab bar, click Payments.
On the left-menu, click FastCheque.
Check the FastCheque Payments Details page is displayed directly, it should be if there are no unsent FastCheques. Otherwise, click Add to display.
Complete all relevant fields. (Mandatory fields are marked with an asterisk *.)
Click Save & Authorise. The Authorise FastCheque Payments page displays a summary of the payment.
Complete all relevant User ID, password and Netcode fields.
Click Authorise. Confirmation of your FastCheque payment is displayed.Click OK. The FastCheque Payments page is displayed.
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