After completing the Pay-As-You-Go sign up and registration process, initiating a payment through the dashboard requires minimal information from the receiver and can be initiated with only a few clicks. Start transacting without an API integration and pay .5% per-transaction (minimum 5¢, maximum $5).

Expect each ACH transfer to take between 4-5 days to complete.

Find the customers tab is on the left side of the screen.

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This can be found on the right side of the screen. Be sure to choose a “Receive Only” user.

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A modal will appear on screen asking for the first name, last name and email address of the user receiving the funds. Be sure you have received authorization to share this information with Dwolla.

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Once the Receive Only user has been created, click the “Add Funding Source” button that appears on screen.

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To add a funding source, provide a nickname for the bank account then enter the account and routing numbers in the modal on the screen. Confirm that you have received authorization to share this information with Dwolla and allow Dwolla to initiate credits to this user’s bank account.

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After creating the user and attaching a funding source, navigate to the ‘Customers’ tab again and select the correct user to send funds to.

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Once your customer is selected, click on the ellipses in the upper right hand corner and select ‘Send Funds.’

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Designate the amount you wish to send and the source from which you want the funds sent from. This could be a bank account or your Dwolla Balance. Then select the destination account.

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Once the information is reviewed and confirmed, click the “Transfer Funds” button.

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Past or pending transfers can be viewed by navigating to the ‘Transactions’ tab on the left side of the screen.

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