Fund your cardholders' accounts by transferring money from your Master Funds Account—instantly and free.
A transfer between the Master Funds Account and a cardholder account may also be useful for promotional incentives (e.g., referral bonuses) or other custom payment mechanisms (e.g., cashback).
account_id for the account that you want to fund, i.e., the destination account. The
account_id may be obtained by sending a GET request to the Accounts endpoint, including the
cardholder_id of the cardholder who is receiving money as the path parameter.
account_id of the Master Funds Account. Since the Master Funds Account belongs to your business and not to a cardholder, the API path is different than that in Step 1 above. The
account_id may be obtained by sending a GET request to the /businesses/:id/accounts endpoint, including your
business_id as the path parameter. Your
business_id may be found on the Dashboard.
Send a POST request to the Transfers endpoint, including the
account_id of the Master Funds Account as the
account_id of the destination account as the
destination_account_id, and the
amount is greater than the Master Funds Account balance, the request will result in an
The response contains a
source_transaction_id and a
destination_transaction_id that map the transfer to transactions on the respective accounts. Both participating accounts now have transactions with a
transfer type and an
account_funding subtype in the transaction history.
Updated almost 2 years ago