The Level 2 card data is additional information attached to a credit card transaction. It is recommended for established businesses with a requirement to process large volumes per transaction or a high number of transactions on a recurring basis.
See following endpoints when configuring Level 2 data:
Along with Level 1 data, such as personal consumer card transaction data, Level 2 data includes tax amount, tax indicator, tax ID, customer code, and shipping information. Different data is collected based on whether the card is American Express®, Mastercard®, and Visa®. You can add default values for Level 2 data when you set up purchasing card payments on the Web Dashboard. This data is auto-populated during the transaction.
Each issuing credit card company provides specific qualifying requirements. The credit card company accepts the enhanced Level 2 payment data only when the business meets the requirements.
The following fields are part of the Level 2 data requirements:
|Part of the transaction amount that indicates the sales tax. A
pc_order_number is required when including a
|Taxable status of the transaction.
0 – No tax information provided
1 – Tax amount is provided
2 – Purchase item is tax exempt or non-taxable
|Identifier, such as stock keeping unit (SKU), code or reference number that the merchant or customer uses to identify the purchase.
|Order number or customer reference number reported as part of the purchase card data.
|Discount amount for the transaction.
|Freight amount included for the transaction.
|Duty amount included for the transaction.
|Postal or ZIP code of the delivery location.
|Postal or ZIP code of the shipping location.
|Delivery location country code.
Format: 3-digit code; see the Country code reference for a list of valid values.
|Only for Mastercard. Identifier (ID) for the tax collected by the merchant for the transaction.
|Description of the purchased item.
The following table provides the parameters to use for a specific credit card.
|Mastercard and Visa
Updated 3 months ago