ACH Standard Entry Class (SEC) Codes

NACHA requires that when a transaction is submitted for processing, the transaction must include an ACH Standard Entry Class (SEC) Code to designate how the transaction was authorized by the originator.

Standard Entry Class


ARC Accounts Receivable Entry
CBR Cross Border Entry
CCD Cash Concentration and Disbursement
CIE Customer Initiated Entry
COR Automated Notification of Change
CTX Corporate Trade Exchange
MTE Machine Transfer Entry
PBR Cross Border Entry
POP Point-of-Purchase Entry
POS Point-of-Sale Entry
PPD Prearranged Payment and Deposit
RCK Re-presented Check Entry
TEL Telephone-Initiated Entry
WEB Internet-Initiated Entry

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