In the "Charges" section, the first three events (auth, capture, refund) are related to the process of receiving deposits. The "auth" event initiates the deposit payment process, the "capture" event signifies the completion of the deposit, and the "refund" event occurs if the deposit needs to be returned for some reason.
In the "Payments" section, the last three events (payment, transfer, refund) are associated with the withdrawal process. The "payment" event initiates the withdrawal payment, the "transfer" event indicates the completion of the withdrawal as the money is sent from the account, and the "refund" event occurs if the money for withdrawal is returned by the bank and ends up back in our account.
|auth||Initiation of the payment process for a deposit.|
|capture||Completion of the payment process; the deposit is received in the account.|
|refund||The deposit is returned for some reason and deducted from the account.|
|payment||Initiation of the withdrawal process; the payment for withdrawal is being processed.|
|transfer||Completion of the withdrawal process; the money has been sent from the account.|
|refund||The money for withdrawal is returned by the bank and is back in our account.|