NOTE on Using the "MultipleSales" Category to Associate an ACH Purchase to an existing sale or sales.

To specifically associate an ACH Purchase to an existing sale(s), specify the "category" as "MultipleSales". In so doing you will be required to provide additional information in the request. For example, if you have two sales (order number J564 and A123) and a portion of each sale will go towards paying a supplier (i.e. Hilton) and you want to tie the order number and amount for each sale to the purchase, your request should look like (in this format):

    "itemGuid": "574B35F5-DFDC-4F1F-BE9A-393D6772652E",
    "value": "{\"PayeeName\": \"Hilton\",\"Total\": \"1000\",\"Note\": \"7898\",\"Orders\": [{\"OrderId\": \"J564\",\"Amount\": \"550\"},{\"OrderId\": \"A123\",\"Amount\": \"450\"}]}",
    "category": "MultipleSales",
    "idExternal": "299",
    "note": "Additional Info",
    "sequence": "TICKET1"

This request will indicate that the ACH purchase

  • Where itemGUID: "574B35F5-DFDC-4F1F-BE9A-393D6772652E" is the unique GUID for the ACH Purchase
  • where the total amount paid to Hilton is $1,000 ("Total": "1000)
  • on Invoice number 7898 ("Note": "7898")
  • and covers order "J564" for $550.00 ({"OrderId": "J564","Amount": "550"})
  • and order "A123" for $450 ({"OrderId": "A123","Amount": "450"}).


Remember you will need to use an authentication token in the header request for every transaction.

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