auth_exp_reversal

An authorized reversal was expired because its corresponding clearing message was received. The reversal amount has been debited from the available balance.

  • CodeBEXR
  • Event trigger — Galileo expires the reversal.
  • Process — This process contains the event trigger:
    • Galileo receives a clearing message for the reversal.

Fields

The data elements (DEs) indicated in the field descriptions may vary by network. All fields are strings. Your field names may vary.

Field Required Description
amount X

The amount of the authorization request. Includes local fees and upcharges. DE004 times the conversion rate in DE009. The amount is signed: - to debit the account and + to credit the account. Example: "10.25"

auth_id X

Galileo-generated ID for the authorization request. This ID is unique per subnetwork. Example: "12303090"

auth_tran_type

Based on DE003, processing code. Type of authorization request. See Authorization types for possible values. Example: "5"

balance_id X

The balance ID, also called the galileo_account_number. Example: "20211"

cad X

Galileo-generated card ID. Example: "12534"

currency

Currency code for amount, which is the currency of the cardholder account.. Example: "840"

local_surcharge_amt

The surcharge amount (DE028) added by the merchant or ATM operator. This amount is included in amount. Example: "2.50"

mcc X

Merchant category code (DE018). Example: "5712"

merchant_location X

Merchant city and state (from remaining part of ISO DE043). Example: "NEW YORK, NY"

merchant_name X

Merchant name (first 22 characters of DE043). Should not be used for matching; instead, use merchant_number. Example: "Widgets Incorporated"

merchant_number X

Merchant number (DE042). Example: "L4DIV6D5LM4X7LF"

msg_event_id

Unique Galileo-generated identifier for this message. Example: "243693"

network X

See Events Network Codes for possible values. Example: "V"

open_to_buy X

The available balance to spend. Example: "500.00"

original_auth_id

The ID of a prior authorization in the sequence. For example, for a completion, this is the auth_id of the preauthorization. For a reversal, this is the auth_id of the transaction that is being reversed. Example: "12303085"

pmt_ref_no X

Galileo 12-digit payment reference number (PRN) for the account. Example: "155101003022"

prod_id X

The product ID of the account. Example: "1701"

prog_id X

The program ID of the account. Example: "305"

timestamp X

Date-time when this event was created in Mountain Standard Time (GMT -0700). Format: YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss MST Example: "2023-01-29 17:20:33 MST"

type X

The name of this event: "auth_exp_reversal"

Example

# auth_exp_reversal example:
{
  "amount": "10.25",
  "auth_id": "12303090",
  "auth_tran_type": "5",
  "balance_id": "20211",
  "cad": "12534",
  "currency": "840",
  "local_surcharge_amt": "2.50",
  "mcc": "5712",
  "merchant_location": "NEW YORK, NY",
  "merchant_name": "Widgets Incorporated",
  "merchant_number": "L4DIV6D5LM4X7LF",
  "msg_event_id": "243693",
  "network": "V",
  "open_to_buy": "500.00",
  "original_auth_id": "12303085",
  "pmt_ref_no": "155101003022",
  "prod_id": "1701",
  "prog_id": "305",
  "timestamp": "2023-01-29 17:20:33 MST",
  "type": "auth_exp_reversal"
}