Overview

The Price lists tab provides the list of all price lists created on the platform. A Price list is a list of fees that can be applied to a Person or a Company under certain conditions. The Standard Price list is a unique combination of fees that is created once and set to a Person or a Company by default if otherwise is not stated. Find, review, and edit the Price list details using the tab.

Opening the item

Follow the steps below to see the list of price lists:

  1. Navigate to the Admin Panel

  2. Click Banking on the left sidebar

  3. Go to the Price lists menu item

Follow the steps below to browse price list details:

  1. Navigate to the Admin Panel

  2. Click Banking on the left sidebar

  3. Go to the Price lists menu item

  4. Click Show or Edit in a Price list line to open its details

Component parameters

Name - the column includes Price lists names;

Status defines the Price list status:

  • Draft (a Price list is created but not published yet)

  • Processing (a Price list is being published, takes up to 10 minutes)

  • Published (a Price list is active)

  • Disabled (a Price list is inactive)

Client type defines the user type the Price list is applied to:

Standard – defines whether the Price list is Standard. A Standard price list is a unique combination of fees that is created once and set to a Person or a Company by default if otherwise is not stated. There is only one Standard Price list possible for each client type; The parameter can be set in the Edit mode.

External fee enabled - If the option is set, transfer fees will be requested from an external service via API. The price list configuration for transfers will be ignored. The parameter can be set in the Edit mode.

Action – show or edit role details.

  • Click Show to open a Price list with no right to edit the details

  • Click Edit to open a role with the right to edit the details.

  • Click Publish to activate a drafted Price list.

  • Click Clone to create a duplicating Price list

  • Click Disable to deactivate a published Price list.

At the moment, if any other Price list is selected to be copied, all the data will be transferred to the new Price list; yet the initial Price list the information is copied from will be deleted as a result. Therefore, assure that the fact is not affecting the fee structure. - Once a Price list is disabled it is not possible to reactivate it manually. If a Price list is disabled by mistake, contact the developer team creating a Jira Confluence issue.

Filters –search for access roles by names, status, and client type; multiple-choice is available.

Add new - create a Price list manually, see How to create a Price list and How to assign a Price list for additional details.

Configuring the component

Price lists details is the main panel of fees information display and editing.

Details – the field defines general info demonstrated in the list of the Price lists;

Clients – the field demonstrates all clients the Price list is applied to;

Fees – the field defines the list of all fees included in the Price list;

Cashback - the field defines the list of all cashback rules included in the Price list;

Top sidebar:

  • The Fees tab allows to browse and add new one-off fees to the Price list such as the following:

    • Outgoing transfer fee (fees for outgoing transfers)

    • Deposit fee (fees for credit/debit card deposits)

    • System Deposit fee (fees for incoming transactions created in the Admin Panel, see Transactions for details)

    • Incoming transfer fee (fees for incoming transfers)

    • Currency conversion fee (fees for currency exchange within personal accounts)

  • The Recurring fees tab allows to browse and add new recurring fees to the Price list such as the following:

    • Service fee (fees for banking service provision)

    • Additional Account fee (fees for opening of an extra account)

    • Annual Balance fee (fees for ending balance - daily/monthly/annually)

    • Unauthorized Negative Balance fee (fees for overdrawing of accounts)

  • The Issued card fees tab allows to browse and add new fees to the Price list such as the following:

    • Issuing (fees for initial card-issuing)

    • Reissuing (fees for scheduled reissuing)

    • Extra reissuing (fees for non-scheduled reissuing)

    • Additional issuing (fees for issuing an extra card)

    • Block Lost Stolen (fees for blocking a lost card)

    • Payment Purchase (POS-transaction fees)

    • Domestic ATM Cash Withdrawal (cash withdrawal fees in the domestic region)

    • International ATM Cash Withdrawal (cash withdrawal fees outside of the domestic region)

    • Manual Cash Withdrawal (over-the-counter withdrawal fees)

    • Yearly Service (annual card fees)

    • SMS Notifications (fees for notifications via SMS)

    • Insufficient Funds Authorization (overdraft fees)

    • Currency Conversion (fees for card currency exchange)

    • Oct (fees for incoming transfers to a card)

    • Balance Inquiry in 3rd Interfaces (fees for balance inquiries in non-partner interfaces)

    • Account Statement on Emails

  • The FX markup fees tab allows to browse and add new fees to the Price list such as the following:

    • Currency Conversion (fees for currency exchange according to a fixed rate)

  • The Cashback tab allows to browse and add new cashback rules to the Price list such as the following:

    • Cashback for outgoing Sepa transfers

    • Cashback for outgoing SWIFT transfers

    • Cashback for outgoing Crypto transfers

Once a cashback rule is configured for a Price list, a percentage of the amount transfered is paid back to the account holder. Cashback sums are charged from the White Label’s account and transferred to the client’s account.

Useful tips

  • Do not copy Price lists unless you make sure it is necessary.

  • Remember to create Standard Price Lists for Persons and Companies.

  • If validation parameters are not stated, the fee will be unlimited in time.