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Third-Party Senders & The ACH Network – An Implementation Guide


Publisher: NACHA

This publication from NACHA - The Electronic Payments Association provides a review of the variations in legal requirements and processing obligations relating to the origination of ACH entries when a Third-Party Service Provider, acting as a Third-Party Sender, is involved in the origination of transactions through the ACH Network. Third Party Senders & The ACH Network: An Implementation Guide is designed primarily for use by Originators, ODFIs, and those Third-Party Service Providers that act in the specific role of Third-Party Senders as defined by the NACHA Operating Rules.

Table of Contents
Section One - Introduction
A. Background
B. Organization and Coverage of This Book
C. Overview of the ACH Network
1. ACH Participants
2. Payment Applications
Section Two - General Concepts
A. Third-Party Service Providers and ACH Processing
B. Third-Party Service Providers and the NACHA Operating Rules
C. The Many Roles of the Third-Party Service Provider
Section Three - Third-Party Senders and ACH Processing: Understanding the New Environment
A. Issues for Originating Depository Financial Institutions (ODFIs)
B. Issues for Third-Party Senders
C. Issues for Originators
Section Four - Frequently Asked Questions
Section Five - Third-Party Sender Case Studies
Section Six - Sample Agreements
Section Seven - Understanding the ACH Network: An ACH Primer

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