The Acquirer Reference Number (ARN) is a unique identifier assigned to each payment transaction by the acquiring bank. It consists of 12 alphanumeric characters and helps track the payment journey from the issuing bank to the acquiring bank. When a refund is initiated, a new ARN is assigned to the transaction, and this number can be used to track the progress of the refund.
Tracking the refund using ARN Print
Created by: Andrii Stoikov
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