Payment Dispute Closed

Payment Dispute Closed
alert_name
string

The alert name.

Default:
payment_dispute_closed
alert_id
string

The unique identifier for this Paddle webhook alert. Integer value sent as a string.

Match pattern:
\d+
amount
string

The total amount (transaction amount and fee) you were refunded for this dispute being closed.

Match pattern:
^\d+(\.\d{1,2})?$
balance_amount
string

The transaction amount you were refunded for this dispute being closed, in the vendor’s balance_currency.

Match pattern:
^\d+(\.\d{1,2})?$
balance_currency
string

The three-letter ISO currency code of the vendor’s account balance at the time of the transaction. Eg: USD, GBP, EUR.

Match pattern:
[A-Z]{3}
balance_fee
string

The fee you were refunded for this dispute being closed, in the vendor’s balance_currency.

Match pattern:
^\d+(\.\d{1,2})?$
checkout_id
string

The checkout id of the order created.

Example:
27835673-chre93c81118fc7-b3092639c1
currency
string

The three-letter ISO currency code. Eg: USD, GBP. See Supported Currencies.

Match pattern:
[A-Z]{3}
email
string<email>

The email address of the customer.

event_time
string<date-time>

The date and time the event was triggered in UTC (Coordinated Universal Time).

Match pattern:
[0-9]{4}-(0[1-9]|1[0-2])-(0[1-9]|[1-2][0-9]|3[0-1]) (2[0-3]|[01][0-9]):[0-5][0-9]:[0-5][0-9]
fee_usd
string

The fee you were refunded for this dispute being closed (in USD).

Match pattern:
^\d+(\.\d{1,2})?$
marketing_consent
integer

The value of this field 0 or 1 indicates whether the user has agreed to receive marketing messages from the vendor.

Allowed values:
01
order_id
string

The Paddle Order ID for this payment. This can be used to look up the order within your Seller Dashboard.

Match pattern:
^\d+(-\d+)?
passthrough
string

This field contains any values that you passed into the checkout using the passthrough parameter. See the Pass Parameters documentation for more information.

<= 1000 characters
status
string

The status of this dispute.

Allowed value:
closed
p_signature
string

This field contains an encrypted token that you can use to verify the request authenticity. See Verifying Webhooks.