For some banks, the currency exchange mark-up fee for purchases in foreign currency are specified and sent to Acubiz as seperate transactions. This means, that a purchase in a foreign currency will result in two E-transactions in Acubiz, instead of just one.
The amount for the main transaction will match the purchase receipt, but the user (employee) will not have a receipt for the bank's mark-up fee. For the most efficient handling process, Acubiz recommends setting up a partially automated workflow, to allow mark-up fees to be sent directly to approval stage. This is done by configuring a rule based on type code 992226 (which indicates a currency mark-up fee transaction)
Follow these articles which explain the method of automation: