When your customers are planning to pay you via a credit transfer, they will manually enter your business name and account number (IBAN), after which these details are instantly verified. SurePay verifies whether the entered business name corresponds to the data at the bank of registry – your bank. When the entered details correspond to these at the bank of registry, no notifications are presented and your customers will be able to send through the transfer right away. When the entered name does not correspond to the official registration, we display the business name as registered at the bank. The customer then decides whether to proceed or cancel the transfer.
Do you have a business account with Rabobank, ING, SNS, ASN or Regiobank? Then we also verify entered details against the trade names you registered at the Dutch Chamber of Commerce. Unfortunately, this cannot be accomplished for business accounts with other banks, until they have implemented SurePay’s Account Check.
When your customers are prompted with a notification, it could result in uncertainty and delayed payment processing. In order to avoid hassle and inconvenience, please ensure that the name you articulate on your invoices corresponds to the official registration or account ascription at your bank.