What is a Money-In transaction?

A Money-In is an incoming transaction leading to the collection of funds, regardless of the concerned payment instrument:
• credit/debit card
• bank transfer
• direct debit
• check
• any other specific/alternative (Sofort, iDeal, etc.) payment instrument

The large majority of Money-In transactions (credit/debit cards, iDeal, Sofort, etc.) are fully automated and credited in real time on the beneficiary payment account. Some Money-In transactions (ex: incoming bank transfers that cannot be matched automatically) however require a manual intervention, leading to an increased processing & crediting time (ex: pagares in Spain).

Money-In transactions are subject to Lemon Way KYC rules, and limits (in number/amount of transactions) apply depending on the status of the beneficiary payment account.

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