"Good Funds" Payment Solutions for all Business Types
"Good Funds" Payment Solutions
Good Funds, is defined simply as: Collected funds in a bank account and usable immediately by the owner of the account. Our "Good Funds" payment gateway allows for real-time digital payments that are
immediate, irrevocable, intra-bank and/or interbank
account-to-account (A2A) transfers that utilize a real-time messaging
system connected to every transaction participant through all U.S.-based financial institutions. Funds are available for use by the receiver and real-time confirmation is provided to both you ("the sender") and receiver in seconds. Most Good Funds transactions are "Credit Push" versus "Debit Pull." Some terminology is necessary to follow a funds transfer under Article 4A. A "sender" is any person or entity who sends a "payment order." The first sender is the originator, and subsequent senders are banks participating in the transfer. A sender communicates a "payment order" to a "receiving bank." Receiving banks become senders if they forward "payment orders" to other banks. The last bank in the communications chain is the beneficiary's bank, and it can never be a sender with respect to the specific funds transfer. The "beneficiary" is the entity that the sender intends to pay. A "payment order" is simply the form of communication that the parties to a funds transfer agree to use. The payment order's salient characteristics are that it calls for an unconditional payment of money from the sender to the beneficiary and that it is transmitted to a receiving bank. [See UCC Article 4A]
Evaluation Of Finality of Payment Rules
Thus, while "discharge" is concerned with the payor-payee relationship, "final payment" is a matter between the payee and a bank; the latter concept is required to express cash equivalency Payment Finality and Discharge in Funds Transfers
Good Funds UCC Article 4A Evolution
Good Funds Gateway Merchant Services
...continues to meet the challenge of our clients by offering cost effective "good funds", Good Funds Wallet, Visa Direct, wires, credit card, ACH and e-check payment processing services into the electronic payment solutions banking system. Electronic banking includes the transfer of funds between companies and/or consumer accounts for collection and payments.
"Good Funds Wallet"©
Gone are the days of waiting days for your funds. Sell Today & Get Paid Today. Companies, like yours, are demanding more functionality and better results from their payment systems and we have designed, manufactured and aggregated to create unforgettable experiences. Our passion is helping design and build solutions that strike the perfect balance between business, their customers and technology.
National Settlement Service The Federal Reserve Banks provide the National Settlement Service (NSS), which allows participants in private-sector clearing arrangements to exchange and settle transactions on a multilateral basis through designated master accounts held at the Federal Reserve Banks. NSS provides an automated mechanism for submitting settlement files to the Federal Reserve Banks and reduces settlement risk to participants by granting settlement finality on settlement day.
Send money to anyone's debit card, either personal or business, anywhere in the world, immediately using just your web-browser. Make Vendor, Agent, Affiliate payments. No dollar or geographic limitations. Normal Debit Card processing fees apply.
No more trips to the bank - Wire money using any internet browser. Send money to anyone, either personal or business, anywhere in the world, immediately using just your web-browser. Make Vendor, Agent, Affiliate payments, Fund Escrows and Title company transactions. No geographic limitations.
- Account to Account Transfers - Not a "Wire"
- No Foreign Exchange Fees
- No Currency Conversion
- No Transaction Limits
- No more trips to the bank - Send funds B2B and B2P using any internet browser.
Send money to anyone, either personal or business, anywhere in the world, immediately using just your web-browser. Make Vendor, Agent, Affiliate payments, Fund Escrows and Title company transactions. No geographic limitations.