API – Recurring Charge Collections

This article is going to go over the collections for recurring charges. For a list of collections, see API Collections.

Charge Recurring Calculation (charge.recurring.calculation)

Variable

Description

charge.recurring.calculation.contingency

This lets you set the amount of recurring fees based on the range of different loan numbers (payment amount).

charge.recurring.calculation.fixed

The fixed amount on a payment that stays consistent, never changes.

charge.recurring.calculation.percentage

This is the added percentage based off of what bracket you choose (contingency, fixed, percentage).

Charge Recurring Event (charge.recurring.event)

Variable

Description

charge.recurring.event.changeduedate

This means that the due date is being changed.

charge.recurring.event.loanactivation

This means the loan was activated on an account.

charge.recurring.event.loanmodification

This is making loan modifications, changing the terms of a loan.

charge.recurring.event.origination

This is the loan origination on an account.

charge.recurring.event.paymentreversal

This is reversing a payment on an account.

Charge Recurring Percentage Base (charge.recurring.percentagebase)

Variable

Description

charge.recurring.percentagebase.apd

The amount on a loan that is past due on payments.

charge.recurring.percentagebase.cpb

This is the current principal balance on the payment.

charge.recurring.percentagebase.nda

This is the next due amount on the loan.

charge.recurring.percentagebase.npa

This is the next scheduled payment amount on the account.

charge.recurring.percentagebase.ola

This is the original total loan amount.

Charge Types (charge.types)

Variable

Description

charge.types.convenience

This is the convenience fee on the loan.

charge.types.late

This is the late fee charge on an account.

charge.types.nsf

This is the next scheduled fee on the loan.

charge.types.other

This is any other fees on an account.

charge.types.repossession

This is the repossession fee on a loan.


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