A batch transfer is the bundling of transactions to process them in a group or in bulk. Using our batch transfer function, you can upload a file to make multiple transfers at once. This saves you from having to create each transfer individually, reducing room for error and saving you a bunch of time!
- Creating batch transfers
- What is the sample batch file?
- What file format can I use for batch files?
We are working to upgrade our batch transfer experience. For customers who do not have the international batch transfer functionality already enabled on their webapp, please bear with us as we roll-out this functionality for you later this year
Creating batch transfers
In order to create a batch transfer, follow these steps:
Step 1. Fill in the fields under 'Generate sample batch file' and download the template in your format of choice.
Step 2. Using this template, add in your data for all of your transfers, save a copy to your computer, then upload it into the 'New batch payment' section.
Step 3. Click 'Validate and get quote' and follow the prompts to finalise your transfers!
What is the sample batch file?
The sample batch file is a template that you can download in order to make a batch transfer.
Simply fill in the fields and click 'Download', and you'll have your template.
- If you download the "Lock Amount - Payment" template - You will need to enter the payment amount and payment currency (to be received by the beneficiary)in the batch template. You also need to enter the source currency. Once uploaded on the Web App, we will convert the payment amount from this source currency to create your payments.
- If you download the "Lock Amount - Source" template - You will need to enter the source amount and source currency (amount that leaves your wallet)in the batch template. You also need to enter the payment currency.Once uploaded on the Web App, we will convert the source amount from this payment currency to create your payments.
You can then use this template to add in the details of your transfers, then upload it into 'New batch transfer' to create the transfers in one go.
What file format can I use for batch files?
The file formats accepted for batch files are .xlsx, .csv or .json.
If you are making Local AUD transfers with ABA files, please see our article How to create a batch transfer using ABA files