Consumption History of Stamps

Consumption History of Stamps

This table helps you in fetching a comprehensive ledger of all stamps transactions. Further, there are several configurations options that allow specifying the data.

“Stamps Consumption history” can be viewed or downloaded from the “wallet” section under “account” 

Stamps consumption for the account can be viewed or downloaded on the basis of date range and transaction type ( credit, debit, reserve, release) for each series separately.

  1. Credit: For the particular series, the number of stamps that are added to the series with the date mentioned under the specified column

  2. Reserve: The number of stamps is deducted from your account for the particular series and kept on hold when the stamps are affixed to the document sent for signing and the document ID is mentioned under the remarks with the date on which the stamps are reserved.

  1. Debit: For the particular series, once the document is signed the number of stamps that are debited from the account with the document ID mentioned under remarks and the date.

  1. Release: If the document is signed, then the stamps are released and debited from the account. The date of release will be mentioned under the release date column. Also if the document is not signed, within the expiry time set, the stamps will be released and credited back to the account.

Report for Each Series

Click on the download option to get the excel report of Stamp consumption history.

Stamp consumption history has the below information

  1. Reference ID: This column has the document ID of the stamps which are used while sending the document.

Note: Document ID can be repeated if the sent invitations are revoked or expired

  1. Transaction: This column has the details of the transaction type i.e credit, debit, reserve, and released 

  1. Series: This column shows the stamp series for which stamp consumption history is downloaded

  1. Date: This column shows the date at which a particular transaction has happened.

  1. Remark: This column shows the details for the transactions.

  1. Release date: This column shows the date at which the stamps are released from reserve either credited to the account or debited from the account.

  1. Debit: The stamps that have been deducted from the account are shown under this column.

  1. Credit: This column shows the number of stamps that are credited to the account after getting released from the invitation or buying new stamps.

  1. Balance: This column shows the number of stamps left in the account for this particular series.

Note: Please select the short date range if the selected range has a large amount of data.

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