How to View Incoming Payouts

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Written by Jess Flake
Updated over a week ago

With Spectora's integrated Payments, you receive your money within just a few business days! Credit card payments are paid out to you the next business day (US & Canada only). Bank transfers (ACH payments) take a few extra days to fully process. While you'll see your payout within 2 business days, it takes up to 4 business days for the payment to finish processing.

This article will walk you through how to view payouts in transit to your bank account. Plus you'll find some frequently asked questions about payouts.

Viewing Incoming Payouts

Check the status of any transactions that are on their way to your bank account with the steps below:

  1. Click "Settings"

  2. Click "Payments" in the Business Tools section

  3. Click "Payouts"

  4. Click "View included payments" to see which inspection payments are in transit to your bank account

πŸ’‘Quick tip: Click on the video above to expand it in another window.

Pro Tip: You can add the "Payouts" tab to your Navigation Bar! Under Settings > User Settings > Navigation Bar > drag & drop "Payouts" to the top line:

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Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Why is my ACH/Bank Transfer payout taking longer than credit card payouts?

    • ACH payments (bank transfers) take 2-4 business days to fully process. Within 2 business days, you should see the money deposited into your account. The full transaction process takes 4 business days, as it is a direct bank-to-bank payment.

  • Can you speed up my ACH/bank transfer payment?

    • Unfortunately, we can't process ACH payments faster than 2-4 business days. Since they are bank-to-bank payments, we are not able to adjust the processing time.

  • Why aren't my payouts showing in my bank account? It's been days!

Make sure your Payments account is set to deposit to the right bank account! You can view or update your payout account with these steps here.

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