How to set-up to receive Online Payments
This step-by-step guide will help users through the process of setting up to receive online payments, which also forms part of the process to access the online membership system. When you successfully set-up your organisations Bank Account details, you will start to receive settlement funds processed via GameDay Passport:
This is editable for any Organisation that wishes to transact utilising online payments.
Firstly, login to your Online Membership Database - If you don’t have your login details please contact your State Governing Body or Association.
1. Click "Registrations" in the top menu bar and then click "Payment Configuration".
2. On the next page, select the Bank Account Details button.
NOTE: the information needing to be added here will be different depending on your country. Australian organisations will have basic details but international organisations (UK, NZ, ASIA etc) will need to add extra information as the bank details are different to that of Australia.
If your organisation is an international organisation and don't see this extra information, please contact the support team who can enable this for you.
3. Input the relevant bank details.
AUD / NZD / GBP Currencies
Please input a Branch Code/Sort Code (no more than 6 digits), account name and account number as well as a copy of the bank statement showing these details.
Also please provide a soft descriptor unique to your organisation (no more than 18 characters). This is the descriptor that payees will see on their credit card statement to know what the payment was for. Most times this is an acronym or a shortened name of your organisation.
All Other Currencies
Please input a Sort Code, account name and account number as well as a copy of the bank statement showing these details.
You will also be asked to input:
- IBAN number: It is your international account number, if you are unsure of this number please contact your bank. The IBAN number consists of a two-letter country code, followed by two check digits, and up to thirty-five alphanumeric characters.
- SWIFT/BIC Code: A BIC (Bank Identifier Code) is the SWIFT Address assigned to a bank in order to send automated payments quickly and accurately to the banks concerned. It uniquely identifies the name and country, (and sometimes the branch) of the bank involved. Please contact your bank if you are unsure of this code- it is an 8-11 character code that identifies your country, city, bank, and branch.
- Beneficiary Address: This is your bank address. Your beneficiary bank is your final destination bank and where your funds are received. Please contact your bank if you are unsure of this address.
4. Once all information has been input click UPDATE.
Once you have set up your forms and products you can start taking online payments.