Create Unverified Customer
A customer in the Dwolla API that can both send or receive funds.
Create a Personal Verified Customer
A customer in the Dwolla API with higher transaction limits and the most functionality.
Upgrade an Unverified Customer
Enhance the unverified customer experience by upgrading them using a pre-built front-end display that will collect the necessary information.
Create a Business Verified Customer
This customer represents a business entity that intends to send or receive funds on your platform.
Style a front-end UI that your customer will use to upload and send a document to Dwolla for use in identity verification.
Display a Verified Customer’s Balance
Accounts that complete KYC verification can display the balance dollar amount held within their “wallet.”
Create Beneficial Owners
During business verification, a beneficial owner is any individual that, directly or indirectly, owns or controls 25% or more of a company. Due to U.S. regulations, each business verified customer is required to disclose its beneficial owners before the account can be verified.
Embed Pay-in Funds Flow
The transfer from a customer funding source to your own is the final piece to completing your funds flow.
It was easy to integrate our API with the Dwolla API. The documentation was straightforward and super easy to test. The user experience with the integration components was a big deal for me. It was easy to navigate and I could find what I needed.
At Dwolla, our mission is to empower innovators to change the world through a modern payments platform that is flexible, reliable and easy to use.
For any engineering team, integrating with a new API can be a challenge. Not only do you have to learn the ins and outs of the API with which you’re integrating, but you also have to worry about creating a great user experience. Often, payments are not core to your business and you likely just want to integrate as quickly as possible so that you are free to focus on the core functionality of your application.
Drop-in Components make integrating with Dwolla’s payment API as simple and fast as moving money with it. These pre-built UI components let us handle the minutiae of the payments experience while you focus on building your application.
We have always operated under the belief that moving money should be fast and it should be easy. Unfortunately, the development process rarely is.
With the introduction of Dwolla’s Drop-in components, we’re changing that.
We looked at a bunch of different providers. With Dwolla being more tech-stack friendly, we felt that it would be more efficient to work with Dwolla. Other ACH providers would have required a more intense and time consuming integration.