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FedPayments® Reporter Service

Available via FedLine Web® or FedLine Advantage®, the FedPayments Reporter Service enables financial institutions to automatically search Automated Clearing House (ACH) files for valuable ACH information such as return items, DNE entries, IAT transactions and financial EDI messages, convert this data into human-readable reports, then distribute this information within your institution or out to your business customers. Reports on financial EDI messages can help your customers match ACH payments to documentation, such as invoices or payroll records. View the FedPayments Reporter Service product sheet (PDF) to learn more about the benefits of the FedPayments Reporter Service. Request that we contact you (Off-site) regarding your interest in the FedPayments Reporter Service.

Let the FedPayments Reporter Service reports help your institution

Discover the benefits of the FedPayments Reporter Service

  • Access the FedPayments Reporter Service online via the FedLine Web or FedLine Advantage Solution
  • Generate reports automatically on a fixed schedule or request reports "on demand" for various date ranges and customer accounts
  • Receive reports in assorted file formats of your choice
  • Receive automated e-mail notifications
  • Provide business customers, including health care providers, with the remittance information they need to match payments to invoices or claims
  • Review “Three Step program for Help with Health Care (PDF)” to see how the service’s remittance reports can deliver health care payment information to providers.
  • Retrieve reports via an encrypted e-mail portal
  • Send reports to a FedLine® access solution to facilitate population of Internet banking cash management portals
  • Access customer service easily from knowledgeable support groups

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Easy Sign-up

One easy way to activate this service is to attend a complimentary FedPayments Reporter Activation Teleseminar. During this teleseminar, we will provide you with an overview of the process for activating your institution’s access to FedPayments Reporter. Review session options and register online here.

Those with access to FedLine FedACH Information Services need only complete and submit Part 6D, Section A or, for more complex service access arrangements, the additional Part 6E of the FedACH Participation Agreement. Those wishing to send reports to a FedLine Access Solution to facilitate uploading reports into Internet banking cash management portals should also complete Part 6D, Section B of the FedACH Participation Agreement. Links directly to the appropriate parts of the participation agreement are provided below. A person on your institution’s Official Authorization List (OAL) must sign these forms.

Fax the completed agreement(s) to the number provided at the bottom of the agreement form.

Upon your service effective date, you are ready to set up your report selections in the service screens.  For helpful guidance, see the FedPayments Reporter Service “Getting Started Guide for Setting Up Automated Reports” (PDF) and the Detailed Users Guide (PDF) . You can also ask your account executive to request onboarding support for you.

Questions? Contact FedACH and Check Services Customer Support or your FedACH Sales Specialist.

If you need to add access to FedACH Information Services for a new Subscriber, an End User Authorization Contact (EUAC) with authority to manage FedLine electronic access for FedACH Services should submit a Subscriber request via the EUAC Center within FedLine for each individual who requires access.

If you need to set up a FedLine Customer Access Solution electronic connection for your institution, please see our FedLine Solutions page for more information or contact your Customer Contact Center with questions.

White-branded Materials for your use

  • Review these materials prepared for your use with your corporate customers

Advanced Features

To start using this service, visit FedPayments Reporter Setup or contact your FedACH Sales Specialist.

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