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Initiate KBA Session #

This section covers how to generate a new KBA identifier which is used to represent the session for the user created as a personal Verified Customer record.

HTTP Request #

POST https://api.dwolla.com/customers/{id}/kba

Request parameters #

ParameterRequired?TypeDescriptionidyesstringThe ID of the Customer to verify via KBA.

Example request and response #

JavaScript
var customerUrl =
  "https://api-sandbox.dwolla.com/customers/61a74e62-e27d-46f1-9fa6-a8e57226bb3e";

dwolla.post(`${customerUrl}/kba`).then((res) => res.headers.get("location")); // => 'https://api-sandbox.dwolla.com/kba/70b0e9cc-020d-4de2-9a82-a2281afa4c31'

HTTP Status and Error Codes #

HTTP StatusCodeDescription201CreatedA KBA question for a Customer was created.403InvalidResourceStateCustomer verification status is not valid for kba.403ForbiddenThe supplied credentials are not authorized for this resource. Not authorized to create KBA questions.404NotFoundCustomer not found. Check CustomerId.

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