Before you start

Please download the suggested API integration process flow document and use it as a reference when developing.
Kindly adhere to the Netcash brand guidelines when developing.


Programmers Guide

Refer to our Programmers guide for more detail on how to apply the required methodology in this document.
Ensure that the settings for developers are adhered to before you proceed with your implementation.


Web Service Methods

The list of Netcash web service methods can be found here.


Quick Start Guides

Quick Start Guides will help you understand this service and get you started.


DebiCheck list of participating banks is a web service which allows a remote system to request a list of all banks which offer the DebiCheck service.

Technical Information

From your application call:


Submit the following parameters.

Field Description
Service key Account service key issued by Netcash



The service responds with error code 000 and an XML list of bank names if the request to display the list of participating banks was successful.

If the request was unsuccessful, the service will respond with one of the error codes listed below:

Numeric Response Description




Authentication failed. Invalid service key


General service error. Contact support


XML response example

        <BankName>CAPITEC BANK</BankName>
        <BankName>FIRST NATIONAL BANK</BankName>
        <BankName>STANDARD BANK</BankName>
        <BankName>MERCANTILE BANK</BankName>


Netcash brand guidelines

Please refer to the Netcash brand guidelines here when using any logos, images, icons, labels, descriptions, and references to Netcash in your software.


See Testing section for more details. If you require any integration assistance contact our technical support team

Netcash may provide example/sample/demo ‘code snippets’ and/or external links in this Technical Document. Such are for guidance purposes only and may not function on every developer’s system/s. Netcash disclaims any and all liability for the usage of guidance resources provided -and you as the Developer; must accept full responsibility for the usage of such. While every possible effort has been taken to ensure compatibility across multiple system configurations, the contents of this document cannot be guaranteed to work on all systems, with all operating systems -and/or with all system configuration/s.