Transfers Statuses

Every possible status of a transfer order

When your users initiate transfer orders, transfers are going through a set of several statuses. You can find the list below:

Transfer status for a transfer



The transfer order was created on Bridge side and will be sent to the bank after the user confirms it


The transfer order was confirmed by the user and is pending on Bridge side


The transfer order is being processed by Bridge


Bridge just sent the transfer order to the bank and is waiting for the bank to send its response


The bank requires a strong customer authentication (SCA) to initiate the transfer. Your user needs to validate the one time password sent by his bank.


The bank requires a strong customer authentication (SCA) to initiate the transfer. Your user needs to validate the app to app notification sent by his bank.


The transfer order has been successfully sent to the bank. The bank should now execute the transfer within 1 open day

otp_sms_invalid (final)

The transfer order failed because of a wrong OTP code filled by the user

app2app_expired (final)

The transfer order failed because the user didn't accept the app to app strong customer authentication on time

executed (final)

The transfer order was successfully executed by the bank and the funds have been transferred

failed (final)

The transfer order failed or the transfer execution failed. You can check the reason in the field status_reason

expired (final)

The transfer order has been stuck to a status other than a final one or initiated for more than 10 minutes

unknown (final)

In very rare cases, a transfer can finish with a unknown status. It means we are not able to know if the transfer has been initiated or not. In this case, your users should check on their bank interface if the bank has taken the transfer into account

When a transfer order failed (status = failed), you can get more details and check the failure's reason in the field status_reason. This field depends on the information the banks share with us so the behavior might depend on the sender account's bank. Here is the possible data you can find in this field:

Status Reason



The sender account selected for the transfer is not valid


The sender account selected for the transfer is closed and cannot be used


The sender account is blocked and cannot be used


The transfer is not allowed with the sender account selected


The sender account doesn't have sufficient funds to initiate the transfer


The user reached the maximum number of transfers allowed by their bank


The execution date is not valid


The user cancelled the transfer


A technical error occurred


The transfer has been refused by the bank


An error occurred


The bank has not accepted the receiver


The banks credentials the user provided don't allow us to make transfers from their account. The user needs to edit their credentials to re-synchronize their account and try again

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