Check out this thread:Bog wrote: ↑Sat Oct 03, 2020 3:28 pmI just got hit with 60 EUR charge, asked betfair, they said for going over the 5000 transaction limit 60 EUR!
In my account the only info is DEBIT. .....
According to their formula of £0.002 for every transaction over 5000, 60 EUR it's 30000 transactions?? It's impossible to have so many transactions, I didn't changed anything to the only bot I was testing for some time.
And I don't understand what exactly are "failed transactions". They say " What is a failed transaction? An action that leads to your bet not being placed on the Betfair Exchange." and they give an example "However, between the hours of 14:00:00 and 14:59:59 you placed 4800 bets and recorded 3400 failed transactions, between the hours of 15:00:00 and 15:59:59 you placed 2250 bets and recorded 4200 failed transactions, but in other hours you recorded less than 5000 transactions." (https://www.betfair.com/aboutUs/Betfair.Charges/ - chapter 4)
How it's possible to have so many failed transactions in their example?
Now waiting for an email with their answer, I looked In my account, all day I had maybe over little 7000 transaction, not in an hour and that counting cancelled bets also, and I understand cancelled bets don't count for transactions charge. Don't know where to look for "failed transactions" stats
They may have made a mistake or they are never wrong and I can say goodbye to the money?
https://forum.developer.betfair.com/for ... #post33318
They count failed cancelation as a transaction now.
But it's not clear how exactly they do it. For example: we can: cancel all bets in whole market (by specifying its marketid) or cancel few particular bets (by specifying bets ids). Do "all bets cancelation" counts as one failed transaction? Still not clear.