Here's all you need to know about credit card batch schedules and when credit card transactions deposit to the bank account.
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When Do Deposits Batch?
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If a transaction occurs after the 3 PM cut-off time, it's included in the next day's batch. There also is a two-day deposit time for transactions that occur before a holiday.
Can I Change the Batch Time?
Yes. You can change the batch time to midnight. Send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-919-0157. Please note that this delays the deposit date. Transactions will take 48 hours to deposit to the bank.
Who do I contact if I have questions?
Call Vagaro directly at 800-919-0157. We are available 7 days a week, Monday through Friday from 6 AM - 7 PM, Saturday 7 AM - 5 PM and Sunday 7 AM - 4 PM. These times are all in Pacific Time. You can also email us at email@example.com.
Who do I contact to order my free reader?
Once your credit card application is approved, you'll be prompted to order your free reader. For more information, click this link: Free Credit Card Reader
You can also contact Vagaro directly at 800-919-0157 x2. We are available 7 days a week, Monday - Friday from 6 AM - 7 PM, Saturday 7 AM - 5 PM and Sunday 7 AM - 4 PM. These times are all in Pacific Time.
Non-Qualified fees are a range of higher interchange rates that are bucketed into a single-line item. The bank defines these as fees assessed by Visa/MasterCard on transactions they deem riskier and/or costly. Unqualified fees are usually assessed due to typed-in transactions, corporate cards, foreign credit cards, and certain rewards/bonus/cashback/airline-type cards.
Transactions that occur on Holidays
If a transaction occurs on a holiday, this means that it will deposit to your bank account in two days. This is different than the normal schedule, in which transactions typically take about a day to deposit, with exceptions to weekends since the banks are closed on Sundays.
To view the complete 2018-2022 holiday schedule as observed by the Federal Reserve System, click this link: How the Holiday Schedule Affects Your Credit Card Deposits.