You can create up to 10 bank accounts, but only one can be set to primary. The primary bank account is the one that will be transfered to at the end of the next pay cycle.
A bank account starts in the
new state, and then when a transfer has been made to it, it becomes
verified. If a transfer is unable to be made, it will be change to the
unable_to_verify state and the user will be contacted. If a transfer has been made to the account before, but subsequently rejected, it will be set to
The bank account object
The unique identifier for the bank account
The account holder’s name
The name of the bank
The name of the bank’s branch
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The country of the bank account
The address of the bank account
The currency the bank account handles.
The account number, obfuscated except the last 4 digits.
The routing number for the bank account.
The SWIFT code fo the bank account
The last 4 digits of the bank account.
Whether the bank account is the primary account or not.
The date the refund was created on.