Your platform incurs fees for different actions, such as received transactions or premium features. Adyen may deduct these fees from the settlement and debit your platform's liable account.
The example below shows a 1.00 EUR fee for processing payments.
|Balance Platform||Account Holder||Balance Account||Transfer Id||Transaction Id||Category||Status||Type||Booking Date||Value Date||Currency||Amount||Psp modification reference|
|YourBalancePlatform||AH00000000000000000000001||BA00000000000000000000001||47CE0T***9||internal||received||fee||2022-05-03 09:37:40||EUR||-1.00||Payout of batch 123|
|YourBalancePlatform||AH00000000000000000000001||BA00000000000000000000001||47CE0T***9||internal||authorised||fee||2022-05-03 09:37:40||EUR||-1.00||Payout of batch 123|
|YourBalancePlatform||AH00000000000000000000001||BA00000000000000000000001||47CE0T***9||internal||captured||fee||2022-05-03 09:37:40||2022-05-04 09:37:25||EUR||-1.00||Payout of batch 123|
Book transaction fees to users
You can book the interchange, scheme fees, and the acquirer markup, or the commission, directly to a user. Other fees, such as Adyen processing fees, are not included. This is useful when you want to pass through payment costs directly to the user, without initiating a fund transfer afterwards.
Specify which balance account we should use to debit the transaction costs from in the split object of the payments call. Since these costs are usually not known at the time of sending the split information, you do not need to specify the amount. When the transaction costs are known, Adyen adds the amount of the transaction costs to the split. We then handle the split like other split payments.