A 23-digit identifier assigned by the merchant to uniquely identify this transaction on the card network. This is only available once a transaction is
The street where the merchant's terminal is located. This may also be the merchant's name for e-commerce transactions.
The city where the merchant's terminal is located.
The state where the merchant's terminal is located. This field may be an empty string for international transactions.
The zipcode where the merchant's terminal is located.
The country where the merchant's terminal is located. This will be the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code.
A 6-character alphanumeric code the Synapse provides to the merchant when approving a transaction.
This field is always
This field is always
The exchange rate used to convert the transaction amount in the merchant's currency to USD.
The ISO 4217 currency code
Entity ID (i.e. the unique identifier that maps to the business entity / Corporate Entity Profile associated with the transaction).
Facilitator ID (i.e. the unique identifier that maps to the facilitator / Facilitator Profile associated with transaction).
Location ID (i.e. the unique identifier that maps to the specific retail location / Location Profile associated with the transaction)
The status for the merchant information in the Knowledge Repository. The value can either be
The amount of the fee, in cents.
This field indicates whether the transaction was performed in a country other than the cardholder's home country.
This field indicates whether the transaction was previously authorized as a recurring transaction.
The 4-digit "Merchant Category Code".
The "Merchant Identifier" used by the card network to identify the merchant.
This field indicates whether the transaction can be "partially approved" for an amount less than the requested transaction amount.
The total amount of interchange revenue generated by the transaction (in cents).
The kind of revenue; either a
switch_fee charged by the network or
interchange generated by the transaction.
The interchange rate category of the transaction.
The maximum amount of revenue that can be assigned to a transaction in the given interchange category.
The flat amount of revenue generated by a transaction independent of the transaction value.
The percentage (in basis points) of the transaction amount that will be paid as revenue in addition to the
The amount (in cents) added to the
unadjusted_value to compute the final revenues
amount. This value is based on the total revenue reported by the card network (e.g. Mastercard or Visa)
The amount (in cents) of the total revenue generated by a transaction before the
daily_adjustment_rate was applied.
A value assigned by the merchant that is used to identify the terminal where this transaction originated.