Instruments represent any physical, digital, or logical intermediary between an entity and a transaction event such as:
- a Credit Card
- a Bank Account #
- a Crypto Wallet
- a Gift Card
When transactions occur between entities, an instrument can be added.
Transactions can also occur between instruments (and involve no entities at all):
- Sarah Smith sent Paul Smith 5 ETH using a Wallet
- $25,000 USD wired from Bank Routing # 072403473 to Bank Routing # 041215016
- Credit Card A received $567 from Credit Card B
- User jarmin04 used store credit to make a $380 purchase online
Suspicious transactions create alerts wherein instruments can be investigated.
Instruments should represent an item with a unique identifier and not a type (i.e. cash, ach, wire--which are better represented via event subtype).
To access information about an entity, go to the Data Explorer page and select the Instruments tab:
You must use the search filter to find the instrument of your choice.
To view additional information about the instrument, select it from the search results. A pane in the left side of the window will open up where you can select Go to Detail Page->.
A new page will load with the instrument's summary information:
- Basic information
- Related entities
- Transaction summary
- Action items (workflows, comments and tags)
The page contains tabs with additional information
- Rule Silencing - Rules where instrument should be ignored
These are some of the fields that describe an instrument in the Unit21 system:
Unique identifier of the instrument
Type of instrument
Internal if your system owns and administers this instrument, otherwise External
Status of the instrument in your system
Last known location of the instrument
800 1st Street, NY, NY
List of IP addresses this instrument was seen using
Fingerprints associated with this instrument
Updated 6 months ago