Tran Origins, Codes, and Types

·    Transaction Origin (field name TRORIG) - This code represents the origination point for the transaction; in other words, the process that posts the transaction:

01 Teller Processing

02 Share Draft From Bank Process

03 Loan Disbursements & Misc.

04 Direct Posting Processing & RDC

05 Payroll Deduction Processing

07 Journal Acct Transfer Process

08 Error Correction Processing

09 Wire Transfer Processing

10 Certificate Processing

11 ACH Network Processing


13 ATM/Debit Cards (PIN)

14 Share Draft Stop Pay Process

15 Phone Operator Trans

16 Debit Cards (Signature)

20 Custom Bill Pay*

22 Credit Card Transactions

30 Teller Automated Equipment

96 Audio Response/Processing or Online Banking Processing

99 Automatic System Processing

·    Transaction Code (field name TRANCD) - This code represents the product for which the transaction is being posted, and how the account balance is affected.

The first position of this 2-digit code relates to the Application Type for this product (share, certificate, loan, etc.). In the second position, an even number represents a credit to the member (deposit/payment), and an odd number represents a debit to the member (withdrawal/disbursement).

·    Transaction Type (field name TRTYPE) - This code represents the posting “spread” and field updates—what gets changed on member records when the transaction is posted.

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CU*TIP:Remember that the CU Transaction Analysis Tools feature has several helpful inquiries showing transaction origins, codes and types, with descriptions and cost analysis features.


*Origin 20- Custom Bill Pay is used for It's Me 247 Bill Pay (iPay), It's Me 247 Bill Pay (Payveris), and It's Me 247 Person to Person (P2P) (Payveris) but not bill pay solutions with payment processing by Fiserv.