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The Debit/EBT gateway may or may not require the inclusion of that Debit transaction in a nightly extract/settlement file (prepped and sent by the acquirer).

Good comment. You're right: inclusion of Debit transactions depends on the requirements of the gateway. For example, it's required on FDR North extract reporting, but not on some others.

-- Andy

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