New in January: Premium Card Printing, Dashboard Updates, and More
We’re starting the year off with some great updates, including premium card printing, Dashboard and Bank Console updates, 1099s, and even more improvements to our /statements endpoint.
Premium Card Printing
We’re excited to announce a new premium card offering through our partnership with Tag Systems. This integration allows you to better differentiate debit cards from competitors with more premium and personalized options, including:
- Metal: card weight up to 16 grams, surpassing the weight of Chase Sapphire Reserve and the American Express Gold Card.
- Recycled plastic
- Color or decorative edges
- Unique printing techniques: watermarks, textures, or holographic images
Dashboard and Bank Console Updates
We released several new pages in our Dashboard and Bank Console including:
Focus: to provide detailed information on checks issued on behalf of your end-users
Availability: Dashboard and Bank Console
- Check ID
- Current status: pending, error, sent, cleared, canceled, expired
- Customer/requester name
Focus: to provide you with a list of available product types, such as Business Checking, Personal Savings, etc.
Details included: pertinent details page is included for each account product type and includes recent application activity — easily view the five most recent account applications tied to that account product.
Focus: to provide an entire list of account applications
Details included: pertinent detail pages connect our KYC endpoint to allow those leveraging our Alloy integration to view a specific application’s KYC score.
These pages are now available in both Sandbox and Production. Please reach out to your customer success manager if access needs to be enabled.
In addition to new Dashboard pages, users can now search by account objects, such as an account owner’s name.
1099s will automatically be created for end-user accounts that have >$10 in interest. Interest should be tagged by setting the category field on the transaction object to “interest.” You can pull the 1099s via the API by querying the statement endpoint. Your customer success manager will be able to provide additional information. 1099s will be available beginning on 01/23/2023.
Our statement endpoint has been updated to allow you to indicate which transactions are fees, such as non-sufficient funds or ATM fees, and which transactions are interest. In addition, required disclosures have been automatically added to the statement.
For more information about how to best use these new features, please reach out to your customer success manager to learn more.
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