The “Statement search” page allows you to search for and view merchant statements.
Required user roles
Site admin, View only transactions, fees and merchant statements
To use this functionality, your MyST user account must have access to at least one site reference that uses our Trust Payments acquiring account.
How to access
Select “Statement search” from the side-bar.
Perform statement search
- On the form displayed. choose the site reference from which you would like to perform the search.
- Enter a date range into the fields provided (This defaults to the start of the current month up until today's date).
- Click "Search".
If you have multiple site references that are assigned to the same Merchant Id (MID) then your statement can be found in any of the related site references.
After you have performed a statement search, you will be displayed the results in a table. There is a daily statement for each MID on each site reference associated with your MyST user account.
To view a statement in greater detail, click the Statement ref from the left column.
When viewing a statement, you can opt to have this printed by clicking "Print" in the upper-right of the page.
Understanding the merchant statement
The following sections explain how to interpret the data displayed within the statement:
|Site reference associated with the statement.
|Uniquely identifies the statement in our records.
|Name of merchant associated with the statement.
|Merchant ID (MID) associated with the statement.
|Date of when the transactions were loaded onto the system.
|The currency associated with the statement.
|Different fees as per the below screenshots
|This represents an aggregated summary of ancillary services and fees.
|The balance of the MID’s account at the end of the given period.
|The calculated net amount for the given period.
|Net settlement amount
|Net activity and opening balance combined to show the amount to be settled to the client
|The running balance from previous period(s) brought forward.
|The total amount of fees in relation to Per transaction fees and IC++ pricing models (including CSF).
|Purchases, refunds and OCTs processed in the given period.
|The final amount to be settled to the merchant’s bank account.
|Indicator of whether the transaction takes place in a domestic, intra-regional or inter-regional environment.
|Indicator of the card type (whether it is a consumer, premium or commercial card being used by the cardholder).
|Indicator of whether the card used was either a credit or debit card.
|Count of transactions.
|Total value of transactions before any fees are deducted.
|Total values of transactional fees.
|Card scheme fees as part of the IC++ pricing model.
|Interchange fees as part of the IC++ pricing model.
|Net amount for the given row of data (Gross Amt less all relevant fees).
Ancillary services & fees
|The fee type category.
|Count of entries for the associated fee type.
|Total value of the fee type before any fees are deducted.
|Total value of any fees associated with the given fee type.
|Net amount for the given row of data (Gross Amt less Fees).
|Number of chargebacks raised in the given period, as well as the relevant chargeback fees associated with the chargebacks.
|Number of authorisations raised (both approved and declined) in the given period, as well as the relevant authorisation fees associated with the authorisations.
|Cross border fee charges from Mastercard in relation to the card scheme fees, as part of the IC++ pricing model
|Number of refunds processed in the given period, as well as the relevant refund fees associated with the refunds.
|The fee associated with making a bank transfer to the merchant’s bank account.
|Any miscellaneous adjustments configured by Trust Payments.
|Any other fees that do not fall under the categories noted above.
|New Reserves Held
|Any rolling or fixed reserves held in the given period.
|Totals of Processing breakdowns and Ancillary services & fees
|The net totals for the overall statement