The payouts report lets you see at a glance how much money you have received each day. Select a date range (up to one year) .

Note: The data displayed in the screenshots below is fictional data that has been artificially populated for testing purposes.

Payouts

The payouts report helps you track the money that is being sent to your account.

For each date in the selected range, you'll see:

  • the date range of transactions that make up this payout.

  • the total dollar amount collected.

  • the processing fees collected by Lightspeed Payments.

  • the total dollar amount of refunds processed during this date range.

  • the total dollar amount of the payout you will receive, consisting of the amount collected minus fees and refunds.

Payout = Collected - Fees - Refunds

If a payout is showing as sent in this report but that money isn't yet in your account, it is likely that your bank is still processing the reception of the payout. Consult your bank to learn their processing times and speak with them first if you suspect a payout hasn't been received on time.

Breakdown of a payout

You can click on a given payout to see a breakdown of the transactions included in that payout.

In the overview section you'll find a breakdown of the number of transactions, value of all card sales, amount of fees, and the net payout for a given card type, further broken down by whether or not the card was present for the transaction:

  • card not present: the card number was used online

You'll also find a list of every transaction and adjustment included in this payout. You will see:

  • the transaction ID

  • the shop where the transaction took place

  • the card type and last 4-digits of the card used

  • the amount charged to the card

  • what type of transaction it was:

    • sale

    • refund

    • adjustment

  • the processing fee for this transaction (a reminder that the fees in the screenshot below are fictional and do not represent actual fees)

  • whether or not the card was present

  • the net amount included in the payout (Net = Amount - Fee)

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