Dwolla is partnering with industry leaders in key areas to build out a network of service providers that ultimately help Dwolla clients expand their business.
As an integration partner, you can build a third-party integration app to capture authorization from a Dwolla client which gives you permission to interact with data stored in Dwolla. The capabilities of custom integrations are endless and can include applications that send transaction events as Slack messages or import transaction data into Quickbooks.
The Dwolla Partner Ecosystem, as a whole, provides our API Clients with seamless opportunities to provide a more complete offering for their platform and Ecosystem Partners with easier access to a new segment of potential customers. With a technical integration, you open up additional opportunities for growth and usage for your app.
Before creating an integration application, you must apply to become an integration partner. Our partnerships team will guide you through the process of developing and publishing an integration to Dwolla’s Integration Directory. To ensure a seamless and secure integration, all integration partners will follow a set of guidelines and requirements prior to becoming listed as an approved partner.Sign Up now to be an Integration Partner
Dwolla, Inc. is the operator of a software platform that communicates user instructions for funds transfers to our financial institution partners.
Dwolla is an agent of Veridian Credit Union. All ACH and Wire transfers are performed by Veridian Credit Union. Your Dwolla Balance, if any, is held in one or more pooled holding accounts held by Veridian Credit Union. These funds may not be eligible for share insurance by the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund.
Sponsorship and Settlement of Push-to-Debit payment services provided by MetaBank®, N.A.
Push-to-Debit payments are typically available within 30 minutes.
Real-Time Payments are performed by Cross River Bank, which holds funds on behalf of the Receiver of such transactions in one or more pooled custodial accounts. These funds are not subject to FDIC pass-through deposit insurance.