What does a Deposit correction mean?

All merchants start with a pre-agreed deposit amount. A deposit correction occurs when your deposit amount increases or decreases depending on your exposure to risk.

Risk exposure is primarily affected by changes in: 

  • Processed volume 
  • Chargebacks 
  • Refunds 

If your exposure to risk increases, your deposit will increase accordingly (and vice versa). In order to ensure the correct deposit is held, funds may be debited/credited from your settlement. This is booked as deposit correction. Find more information in our documentation here: Deposit correction.

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