Because the Dwolla API doesn’t return a few data back when requested. ie.: date of birth, ssn/ein
Is there any way to intercept the drop-in component request? I mean, when the user submits the form we need to store those not-passed-back data in our database.
Hi @davidsonsns – If you need to have access to this information from the Customer, we recommend collecting it from the Customer separately or using the API to onboard the Customer rather than the drop-in component.
You would need to create your own UI form to collect the user’s information, then send us the API request using the
Check out the detailed step-by-step guide here - Customer Verification | Dwolla API Documentation