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ISO-8583 Management Extension Use Case
The following are examples of filters that can be used with ISO-8583 jPOS management extension to restrict financial transactions according to business rules.
  • Cap number of transactions per day/month/year and per channel/account/currency/etc.
  • Limit transaction amounts per day/month/year and per channel/account/currency/etc.
  • Check for card security code and decline the transaction if the code is not present.
  • Check the presence of expiry date and decline the transaction if the date is not present.
  • Ability to block and decline transactions for specific card numbers, merchant types, amounts, currency code, etc.
  • Ability to develop anti-fraud strategies.

Filters can be defined based on most ISO 8583 elements including the following:

  • Message type indicator
  • Account number PAN
  • Processing code
  • Transaction Amount
  • Settlement Amount
  • Merchant type
  • Acquiring institution country code
  • Transaction fee amount
  • Settlement fee amount
  • Card acceptor terminal identification
  • Card acceptor identification code
  • Card acceptor name/location
  • Transaction currency code
  • Settlement currency code
  • Etc.

Example Rule:

Rule Name:Limit authorization for 7995 merchants on BIN 52211*
Rule Description:This is to limit the transactions allowed for Betting (including Lottery Tickets), Casino Gaming Chips, Off-Track Betting and Wager merchants.
Rule Definition:
  • On specific banking tandem channel (VISA, MasterCard, FDR, Pulse)
  • For BIN = 52211*
  • For message type 0100
  • For Merchant Type = 7995
Rule Filters and Capping:
  • Allow only POS type transaction
  • Limit number of allowed transaction per day to be 100
  • Limit number of allowed transaction per month to be 10000
  • Limit sum of transaction amounts per day to be 10000
  • Limit sum of transaction amounts per month to be 100000
  • Dont allow transactions with amounts greater than 100
Rule Exceptions:
  • Exclude the following primary account numbers: 522118800000*
(*) indicates a wild card
 

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