When a Transfer is created via POST /transfers, an associated Transaction is created with queued status. If it involves at least one custodial transfer, once the custodial transfer is initiated, the status will transition to pending.
Once a Transaction is settled, whether it has asset movement in custodial level, or is synthetic-only, or is RDFI (no Transfer associated), it will have a settled status.
The Transaction is being prepared as a result of a Transfer request. Transactions that originate outside of Rize (e.g., debit card transactions, RDFI ACHs, direct deposits, etc.) will not be given this status.
The Transaction is being processed. This state will persist until all related Transaction Events have settled or could not be completed.
The Transaction is complete. All of the related Transaction Events are settled.
The Transaction has failed. This state indicates that one of the related Transaction Events could not be settled. A failed Transaction may require the reversal of a related Synthetic Line Item and/or Custodial Line Item.
How Rize groups transactions.
Cash is withdrawn at an ATM using a Debit Card.
A purchase is made using a Debit Card.
A previous Debit Card Transaction is refunded.
If a Customer claims that a Transaction was created in error, one or more Transactions will be created with this type to credit or debit based on the dispute outcome.
This Transaction originates from a Transfer to or from an external Synthetic Account.
A fee charged to the account. This includes ACH reversals and Debit Card ATM fees.
A credit to the account. Likely resulting from an Adjustment.
The Transaction originates from a Transfer between two Synthetic Accounts that are not of type external.
Miscellaneous Transactions, such as write-offs.
A previous Transfer is reversed; when a Transfer is reversed, the type of the original Transaction will be external_transfer, internal_transfer, or third_party_transfer.
The Transaction was initiated from an external source. This will likely be an RDFI ACH, where an external source initiates a withdrawal from or deposit to the account.