Transaction Reporting

Providing merchants with real time information across all their accounts
theecheck-transaction-reporting Transaction Reporting

Receive Real-Time Statistics and Transaction Information Through Your Convenient Merchant Backend

TheECheck’s proprietary reporting interface provides merchants and white label accounts with real-time information across all their account, cardholder and processing activity. With configurable functionality to suit your needs, TheECheck provides a vast selection of online reports, including transaction statistics, sales, refund and fee, chargeback, full transaction listings, calendar activity and more.

In addition to transaction reporting, all merchants and white label account holders are provided with account management abilities through TheECheck’s robust Merchant Backend Accounting, such as search for individual transactions, set user permissions, process manual payments (VT), issue refunds, view payment ledgers and view the status of their rolling reserve.

TheECheck’s reporting system ensures merchants and white labels remain fully aware of their transaction data, accounting and customer service issues at all times.

Other convenient tools include:

Detailed Sales and Statement Reporting

Return Ratio Reporting

Rolling Reserve Reporting

Detailed Transaction Finders

Terminal for Manual Payments (VT): Transactions where a cardholder orders goods/services from a merchant neither the card nor the cardholder is present at the merchant outlet.

Extensive Customer Service: Live, in-house verification department that communicates with each customer prior to processing a payment.

Merchant: A person or business involved in providing services.

Merchant Account: A business bank account, maintained and held by the payment processor that allows a business to accept and process online payments electronically. Merchant accounts are necessary for many businesses – and are essential for online businesses.

White Label Payment Gateway: Built or maintained by a third party; however the branding has been replaced or “white labeled” by another party. This technology solution serves other payment providers, enabling them to use third party technologies and support payment acceptance for their merchant customers.

White Label Account: A payment processor integrates their existing payment gateway with gateway. The White Label merchants process transactions through the White Label’s gateway. The merchants do not know that is the payment processor. provides a set rate for the White Label and the White Label then quotes rates to their merchants.