This page is for the classic Adyen for Platforms integrations. If you are just starting your implementation, refer to our new integration guide instead.
Manual payouts give you the flexibility to trigger a payout off-schedule, and to pay out partial balances. You can manually pay out the positive balance on an account, less any negative pending balance, by making an API request or through your Customer Area.
When triggering a manual payout, you must consider the cutoff times for each bank transfer method in each region. Cutoff times affect the expected time for the account holders to receive the funds in their bank account.
Pay out manually
You can issue payouts using the Fund API or your Customer Area.
Wait for the ACCOUNT_HOLDER_PAYOUT notification to confirm the status of the payout. You can also track your payouts in your Customer Area. To learn about payout status codes, see Payout notifications.
Set the payout speed
By default, all payouts are scheduled according to the standard payout processing of the region, for example, Bankers' Automated Clearing Services (BACS) in the UK and Automated Clearing House (ACH) network in the US. To speed up this process, Adyen offers the option to set a faster payout schedule, where the payouts are available to the account holder the same day if processed before the bank cutoff time. These payouts are processed via express methods such as NPP, FPS, and Same Day ACH are restricted to the countries in which they are available.
This functionality is supported in the following countries:
- United Kingdom
- United States
To enable faster payouts for the whole platform, contact our Support Team.
To enable the faster payout option for specific payouts, send the POST /payoutAccountHolder request with
Change the payout descriptor
To change the payout descriptor, send the POST /payoutAccountHolder request with the
The value must be between 1 to 35 characters and must only contain the following supported characters:
- Characters between a-z, A-Z, and 0-9
- Special characters: /?:().,'+ ";