I recommend you make an internal agreement with your employee to get the money back once they received the amount.
Before you reverse a direct deposit you must meet the following criteria:
It should less than 5 days pas the check date of the transaction.
A reason for the reversal is compliance with ACH or EFT laws. This includes duplicate payments, unintended or erroneous payment and/or the amount paid was significantly different than what was owed to the receiver of the payment.
The amount to be reversed is more than $50.
Reversals can only be processed for the full amount of the direct deposit. Partial amounts can't be reversed.
The direct deposit isn't for a current employee.
If you meet the criteria you can request a Direct Deposit Reversal Form that will take 5 business days to process. You'll be charged a direct deposit reversal fee ($75 per payroll), whether or not the funds are recovered.
I suggest also contacting our customer support team to check the status of Direct Deposit for the two employees.
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