Please read before searching for electronic vendor payment invoices.
This information is not to be used for commercial purposes.
Since July 1, 2001, the South Carolina State Treasurer's Office has used the Corporate Trade Exchange (CTX) Automated Clearing House (ACH) format to directly deposit payments into a participating vendor's bank account. The State Treasurer's Office may provide remittance information in the CTX addenda records as an ANSI X12 820 Payment Order/Remittance Advice transaction set necessary for the payee to identify what the payment is for and which South Carolina State Agency is making the payment.The remittance data may contain up to 120 groups of the following data:
- Invoice Number
- Invoice Date
- Invoice Amount
- Customer Reference Number (may display Customer Invoice Number or describe what the payment is for)
- Customer Account Reference Number (may display Customer Account Number)
The State does not provide a vendor / payee with a notification of deposit. The remittance data is provided to your financial institution, and it is their responsibility to provide their customer (the payee) with the remittance data contained in the ANSI X12 820 Payment Order / Remittance Advice transaction set in the CTX addenda records.
If your Financial Institution cannot provide the remittance data:
The information in this database is provided as a method for vendors (payees) to identify what a direct deposit (made by the State into your bank account) is for. There are no fees or costs levied by the State of South Carolina for this service. You must search by using your Employer Identification Number (EIN) and the exact dollar amount of the direct deposit as it appears on your bank statement. Only the most current six months of Electronic Vendor Payments are available on this database.