Payments are settled when you capture funds from your shopper and received by Adyen. Mutations are performed in batches on a daily or twice-weekly basis. In other words, all payment, refund, and chargeback bookings received in this period are booked in a batch. These are totalled, and the balance is deposited to your bank account.
In practice, this means transactions for a sales day are settled over multiple settlement files. Deposits to your bank account will be a mix of funds from different sales days. The speed of settlement depends on the payment method. For example, Visa and Mastercard are often settled the next day, while American Express may be delayed by several days.
Adyen uses net settlement. This means we calculate the collective total of all settled funds minus refunds and chargebacks (if applicable). Any applicable fees and commissions are already deducted.
Transaction-level reporting is provided for each settlement. This report specifies the gross and net amount, Adyen's markup, and any Interchange and scheme fees deducted. For pricing information, see the pricing page.
Costs that you can't attribute to an individual payment, such as a deposit debit or credit, location-based scheme fees, Adyen fees, or a credit/debit to the Deposit held by Adyen, are booked in the settlement batch on merchant account level. A full list of journal statuses is provided on the journal types page.