Below is vital information relating to our collective & pay-out options:
EDO is an acronym for Early Debit Order.
As the name implies it essentially means that debit orders will be presented early in the morning immediately after banks have processed salary credits.
AEDO payment instructions are created using the payers bank card and PIN, therefore authenticating the payment instruction.
NAEDO payment instructions are created using the payers bank account details.
EFT Debits previously known as ACB / Magtape Debits is an electronic exchange or transfer of money from one account to another where a business or organisation debits the account of their customer.
Credits to all banks are supported and the funds are available on a same day value basis.
Credits are in real-time to a "virtual" wallet, registration and access to the wallet is via the beneficiaries' mobile phone. There is no bank card involved.
Credits are in real-time to a VISA card, the beneficiary is able to withdraw the funds at any ATM, use the card for debit purchases at retail outlets.
Please select the payment stream / combination most suited to your needs:
The term "Integration" essentially means that the client information contained within the businesses Debtor Management System is used to provide Intecon with the information required to create a payment instruction. Moreover, the responses received back from Intecon can then be automatically posted into the Debtor Management System.
Do you need an integrated solution? What does this mean? Yes, I do. No thanks.
Our Solutions have been designed and developed in order to make the management of collections and payments efficient and highly effective. Your Success is Our Success...
The system that has been developed and improved upon since 1995 contains all of the functionality and reporting that allows for the effective management of payment instructions.
Payment instructions are loaded through a user friendly web interface and this can be done per individual payment instruction or via a file import.