AutoPay Defaults

General

LoanPro lets you create defaults for your  AutoPays.

How To

To set AutoPay defaults, navigate to Settings > Defaults > Tools > AutoPay Defaults inside your company account.

First, choose which type of AutoPay you want to set defaults for: Credit/Debit Card, Bank Account, or EFT – Canada. Then click .

Your default options include:

  • AutoPay Type – This is the type of AutoPay and is essentially the type of schedule on which the AutoPay will run. The options include:
    • Single Payment – This option lets you schedule a single payment that will be processed on a future date.
    • Multiple Payments – This option lets you schedule up to 10 payments, and you can specify each date and amount.
    • Recurring Payment – This option lets you schedule payments that are processed at a regular interval.
    • Recurring – Match Schedule – This option lets you schedule payments that will match the forecasted scheduled payments on the loan.
  • Type of Payment – This is the type of payment and determines the payment application.
  • Service Fee – Choose whether your company  convenience fee should be charged when an AutoPay processes successfully.
  • Post Payment Update Apply Date – You can choose to have payments retry for up to 5 days if the original AutoPay doesn’t process successfully. Choose “Yes” from this drop-down if you want the payment application date to be updated based on the date when the AutoPay successfully processes. If you want to keep the original process date as the date to base the apply date on, choose “No.”
  • If AutoPay amount exceeds or is equal to payoff amount – This option lets you choose what the system should do if the AutoPay is attempted to be processed for more than the payoff on the account.
    • Do Not Process – This will cause the AutoPay to fail and a person will need to review the account.
    • Adjust it to match payoff amount – The AutoPay amount will decrease to equal payoff on the loan on the process date. Additionally, this will also adjust the payment type to be a Payoff payment.
    • Proceed with payment anyway beyond a 0 balance – This will continue to post AutoPays beyond the payoff of the account. This option should be used with caution. This will allow for you to continue taking payments from your borrower even after the loan is closed. The system will post these as “Regular” payments.
  • AutoPay Time – This lets you specify the hour of the day when payments from the AutoPay schedule will be added to the queue to be processed. Since these payments are added to the queue and only processed after the payments that are ahead of them, it’s unlikely they will process right at the hour.
  • Process on any calendar day or banking days only – This allows you to control the day payments are processed by allowing payments on any calendar day, or only on banking days. You can also specify if you would like the payment to be processed on the banking day prior-to or following a non-banking day.
  • Payment Process/Application Date Difference – This lets you choose an application date for payments that isn’t necessarily the date the AutoPay will run. You can choose the same day or up to 3 business days in the past or future of the date the AutoPay processes.
    • Calendar Days +/- 1, 2, 3 days. If you choose +1 day, that means that the apply date will be 1 day greater than the process date.
    • US Business Banking Days +/- 1B, 2B, 3B days. If you choose +1B day, that means the apply date will be 1 US Business Banking Day greater than the process date.
  • E-Check Authorization Type – This option is only available for e-check AutoPays. This option specifies how the payment was originally authorized and usually has to match what is on file for your company with the  payment processor. The options include:
    • WEB – Authorized via the web
    • TEL – Authorized over the phone
    • PPD – Authorized via personal signature
    • CCD – Authorized via company signature
  • Pay Extra Towards (Between Transactions) – If the AutoPay is over the regular payment amount, this option allows you to designate how the extra should be handled for Between Transactions loans.
    • Principal – This option will apply the extra amount towards principal, and the application of this amount will decrease the amount past due. Additionally, this could also decrease the next due payment amount.
    • Principal Only – This option will apply the extra amount towards principal, but it will not affect the amount past due or the next due payment amount.
  • Pay Extra Towards (Between Periods)  If the AutoPay is over the regular payment amount, this option allows you to designate how the extra should be handled for Between Periods loans.
    • Next Payment – This option will apply the extra amount to the next payment on the next payment due date.
    • Principal Only – This option will apply the extra to principal and neither the amount past due nor the next due payment amount.
  • Retry AutoPay – Choose to have the AutoPay retry every day for up to 5 days if the original AutoPay transaction is not successful. Note: If you process AutoPays manually (either in the UI or through the API endpoint) the retry will not work.
  • Process if Current – This lets you choose whether the system should still process AutoPays if the account they will process on doesn’t have an amount due.
  • Reschedule recurring payments based on – This lets you specify whether your recurring payments are scheduled based on the date the payment is processed or the date the payment is applied to the loan.
  • Process if Principal Balance is less than or equal to 0 – This setting allows AutoPays to continue processing—even if the Principal Balance is less than or equal to 0.

Click to save your changes.


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