Transaction, Dispute and Installment Scenarios

The Scenario is a system that will allow you to create your own set of rules and ensuing actions and notifications for you and your customer. You can choose when, why and how the notifications are sent, and customize it.

For example you can create rules for when an expired card is used in an installmentPayment, to inform your customers they need to change their card accordingly and alert yourself of the situation. But you can also send to yourself an email when the transaction is finished and cleared.


The scenarios are a set of rules, which will bring a chosen notification as an SMS, an Email or the sent of Hooks. The different types of scenarios possible are related to “Dispute”, “Transaction” or “Installment Payment” and each type has its own possible set of rules. Scenarios are dependent of templates created in advance. Once the scenario created, the notification system is immediately set in motion.

The templates :

Three types of templates exist (SMS, Email, Hook), and must be linked to one type of scenario (“Dispute”, “Transaction” or “Installment Payment”). You cannot use an SMS template for Transaction in a Dispute scenario. In the end, a template will be linked to one or more specific rules within one or more scenario.

It's necessary to foresee what kind of templates you will need for each set of rules created.

To manage your templates :



For the Email Templates :

A header (generally a logo) and a footer (generally an address and a link to the Terms and Conditions) is required to create an Email template and must be created upstream. It is possible to add an attachement to the Email template.

An example of creation of a header and a footer :

And an exemple of creation of Email template :




For the SMS templates :

Only the name of the sender is required in this case.






For the Hooks templates :

In the beginning, you can create an Authentication mode that will help you to have a securised connection. If you choose so : you must enquire a name, choose a type of authentication then add your login and password. Your password and login will be stored in a securised space.


An example of creation of an authentication :


Then, at the creation of the template, you can chose an authentication mode. An URL is required, it will be there the hook will be sent. The type of Hook (Text, JSON or XML) must be chosen too.

An example of creation of a Hook template:




Generalities about the templates :

At the creation of the template, you need to choose one or more languages. Dependant of the language of the receiver, the language of the template corresponding will be sent. If the language corresponding is not available, and the creator chose only one language, the template in this language will be used. If the creator chose multiple languages, the English one will be searched and sent. If the English one is not available, then the first language defined will be sent.

An example of adding multiple language :

To delete a language :



For each template a content for each language chosen is required. We recommend creating dynamic content with the use of the tags. Each tag begins with a “#” . Once you typed a “#”, the list of the available tags will be displayed. Each tag will be replaced by the personal information of the Transaction, Dispute or Installment Payment when the notification is sent.

Once the content typed you can visualize the final result with the tags replaced by example data. Please note if a problem occurs in the preview, the problem will occur in the real notification.

The tag system can be used in the three types of template (SMS, Email and Hook).

An example of creating content and preview :




The Scenarios :

Once the templates created, you can write a scenario. As said before, a scenario is a set of rules. You can create one or more rules in each scenario, and you can write one or multiple scenarios with the same type.

To create a scenario :


The Rules :

A rule of a scenario is composed of a name, a description, a clickable caseActive” that will activate the rule. It comport also two important partWHEN” that will define the rule itself and the “THEN” that will define the actions that will ensue the success of the situation described by the rule.

To create a rule :


The "WHEN" part :

The “WHEN” will be where the rule is set. It response to a precise Grammar. An attribute system

is also in place so when you type#” a list of all possible attributes will be displayed. You can add conditions with adding “AND” or “OR” after the first rule is written.

All the logic operators available are :
For a chain of character :

=  (equal to)

!= (different from)

in (in the following statement)

not in (not in the following statement)

Please note you need to frame the chain of character with quotation mark " ".

For numbers :

=  (equal to)

!= (different from)

< (less than)

> (greater than)

<= (less or equal to)

>= (greater or equal to)

in (in the following statement)

not in (not in the following statement)


For a boolean (a true or false statement) :

= (equal to)

!= (different from)


Please note for the IN and NOT IN you need to frame the following statement with parenthesis. You can add multiple data in these parenthesis, if you separate them by comma.

You can prioritize a statement by adding parenthesis around. If you use a AND and a OR, please prioritize a part. If you use multiple AND and OR you need to prioritize each part accordingly.


Example of valid rules :

#end_user_country in ('FRA', 'BE')

#authorisation_status = 'FAILURE' or (#transaction_amount > 100000 and #context = 'TRANSACTION_RISKY' )

#transaction_amount > 100000 and ( #authorisation_status = 'FAILURE' or #context = 'TRANSACTION_RISKY' )

((#transaction_amount > 100000 and #context = 'TRANSACTION_RISKY') or ( #authorisation_status = 'FAILURE' and #transaction_amount < 100000 )) and (#card_product_type = 'Consumer')


Before saving the rule, you need to test the rule with the adequate button. It will verify the rule follow the grammar used for the rules and if the rule will work once activated. You cannot save a rule without a fully working rule and a correct grammar.

An example of correct rule :


The "THEN" part :

The “THEN” w

ill be where you can choose the actions triggered by the rules. These actions can require the use of templates once the rules activated. You can only have access to templates that correspond of the type of template needed (SMS, Email, Hook) and the type of scenario you are working on (Dispute , Transaction, Installment Payment).

An example of choice of Templates :


Collective Rules

Some rules are predefined for all the actors and will be applied to you. You can verify this in your protected area in your ‘Notification’ tab. You can unsubscribe to some of these rules by using the clickable case.