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returning_payments [2015/02/17 09:28]
Justin
returning_payments [2015/02/17 09:29]
Justin [Implementation]
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 ====Reasons for Returning Funds==== ====Reasons for Returning Funds====
-A payment was sent in error +  * A payment was sent in error 
-Incomplete payment was made +  ​* ​Incomplete payment was made 
-To return of an overpayment amount +  ​* ​To return of an overpayment amount 
-To return a payment made to an expired offer +  ​* ​To return a payment made to an expired offer 
-When a merchant agrees to perform a refund+  ​* ​When a merchant agrees to perform a refund
 ====Complications in Returning Funds==== ====Complications in Returning Funds====
 The nature of Radar networking is such that a sender may incur costs when delivering funds to a receiver, and additional fees may be required to return these funds. The nature of Radar networking is such that a sender may incur costs when delivering funds to a receiver, and additional fees may be required to return these funds.
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 ===Returning funds=== ===Returning funds===
 When constructing the return payment: When constructing the return payment:
- +  * Set the tfPartialPayment flag to shift the sending costs, other than the transaction fee, to the receiver. 
-Set the tfPartialPayment flag to shift the sending costs, other than the transaction fee, to the receiver. +  ​* ​Set the DestinationTag to the SourceTag of the original payment. 
-Set the DestinationTag to the SourceTag of the original payment. +  ​* ​Set Amount to the currency and issuer of the receiver'​s SendMax.
-Set Amount to the currency and issuer of the receiver'​s SendMax.+
returning_payments.txt · Last modified: 2015/02/17 09:29 by Justin