2.4 The variables that iPay returns on Callback :

(a) The status variable has the following possible values:-

fe2707etr5s4wq = Failed transaction. Not all parameters fulfilled. A notification of this transaction sent to the merchant.

aei7p7yrx4ae34 = Success: The transaction is valid. Therefore you can update this transaction.

bdi6p2yy76etrs = Pending: Incoming Mobile Money Transaction Not found. Please try again in 5 minutes.

cr5i3pgy9867e1 = Used: This code has been used already. A notification of this transaction sent to the merchant.

dtfi4p7yty45wq = Less: The amount that you have sent via mobile money is LESS than what was required to validate

this transaction.

eq3i7p5yt7645e = More: The amount that you have sent via mobile money is MORE than what was required to validate this transaction. (Up to the merchant to decide what to do with this transaction; whether to pass it or not)

(b) id for you to authenticate the order id again and map it to the order transaction again.

(c) ivm the invoice number is returned as an MD5 hash for you to process if you need to.

(d) qwh, afd, poi, uyt, ifd, agt special, unique browser-specific identifier variables returned from the iPay system.

(e) mc this is the amount of money that was sent via the mobile money transfer by the user. This comes as an integer and without the thousands (,) separator. You can use to authenticate against the amount that the user has checked out.

(f) p1, p2, p3, p4: these are four CUSTOM parameters that allow you to simply pass your own parameters into our system and catch them once again on your end. They are (alphanumeric) in nature; thus you can pass text, numbers or a combination of these.

(g) txncd: This refers to the transaction code that the user entered (in the case of mobile money), or that was system generated (in the case of Kenswitch and VISA/Mastercard transactions).

(h) msisdn_id: This refers to the names of the payer as registered by their mobile money / banking system.

(i) msisdn_idnum: This refers to the telephone number of the payer as registered by their mobile money / banking system. They are returned for your convenience.

(i) msisdn_custnum: This refers to the client telephone number you posted into our system together with the order details in page 3 above. They are returned for your convenience. ** Please note that the most important variables are (a) – (c), (e) and (g)