International ACH File - Third IAT addenda record

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The Third IAT Addenda Record (7 Record) includes the following information (position numbers are listed in parentheses)

Field Name Contents (and position numbers)
Record Type Code

The numeral 7.
(01-01) 1 numeric.

Addenda Type Code

The numeral 12.
(02-03) 2 numeric.

Originator City & State/Province

The city and, if applicable, the state or province of the Mailing address associated with the Immediate origin name entered on the Direct Deposit tab (or the Client Direct Deposit tab, if applicable) of the Setup > Bank Accounts screen. Note: When processing IAT files, Other is not a valid entry for the Immediate Origin name.

An asterisk (*) is the delimiter between the data elements and the backslash (\) will be the terminator following the last data element, DEXTER*MI\ for example.

Note: In some cases, a defined data element may be unknown or may not be applicable. When the missing data element occurs last, the backslash should immediately follow the last known data element - DEXTER\ for example. When the missing data element occurs before another data element, an asterisk should be used as a place holder for the missing data element followed by the next data element - *MI\ for example).

(04-38) 35 alphanumeric.

Originator Country & Postal Code

The country and postal code of the Mailing address associated with the Immediate origin name entered on the Direct Deposit tab (or the Client Direct Deposit tab, if applicable) of the Setup > Bank Accounts screen. Note: When processing IAT files, Other is not a valid entry for the Immediate Origin name.

An asterisk (*) is the delimiter between the data elements and the backslash (\) will be the terminator following the last data element.

Note: Where the country is known but the postal code is unavailable, the country should appear immediately followed by a backslash - US\ for example. Where the country is not available but the postal code is present, an asterisk should be used as a place holder followed by the postal code and backslash - *48130\ for example.

(39-73) 35 alphanumeric.

Reserved

Blank.
(74-87) 14 alphanumeric.

Entry Detail Sequence Number

Contains the last seven digits of the number entered in the Trace Number field in the corresponding Entry Detail Record.
(88-94) 7 numeric.

See also: International ACH file structure and contents

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