Each account contains at least one customer. The
customer object defines an individual (person or company) associated with an account. For example, a person, John Doe, may have a work telephone number associated with a corporate credit card and another phone number associated with a wallet.
No parameters are set at the customer level, but several account parameters use the
isownerattribute for validation.
applicant object represents the customer who is the account holder. It requires a
document_number attribute, which is a unique number such as a government-issued tax ID.
applicant object also requires either a
- Use personal if a person legally holds the account
- Use company if a company legally holds the account
personal object requires at least one of the following attributes:
name– person's legal name
social_name– person's nickname or other name
printed_name– person's display name
personal object can have the following optional attributes.
The company object only requires a
The company object can receive the following optional attributes.
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