Checkbook API

Checkbook API Docs

Welcome to Checkbook's API! Just like our product, our API is simple to use and understand.

You'll find comprehensive guides and documentation to help you start working with Checkbook as quickly as possible, as well as support if you get stuck. Let's jump right in!

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Add a Signature

By default we use your name to sign the checks that you originate. But if you want, you can also add a personalized signature to your checks.


Signature required

If you want to send checks of $2000 or more, you need to add your signature.

In order to add a signature, you need to draw it with your mouse or touchpad and then click on Save. You can also use your smartphone to upload your signature.

After you finish editing, the defined signature is visible and it will appear on all the checks you send.

Multi Party Checks

The Multi Party Checks are not enabled by default. If you enable this option, then you will be able to send checks to multiple recipients for endorsement.

Check Limits

The default limit for sending or requesting a Digital Check is $2000.00 per transaction, $2,000.00 per every 24 hours and a $15,000.00 per month limit, for both Individuals as well as Businesses.

If you need any of these limits increased, you can click on "Request Limit Increase" and fill out the form with the required limits:

2-Step Verification

Your password protects your account, but you can also add a second layer of protection with 2-Step Verification:

You can use one of these 2 methods: Text message, which allows to receive a security code by text or Authenticator app, which shows a code on your phone for you to enter when you sign in.

For the Authenticator app option, you need to scan the QR code with your phone, open the authenticator app and enter the code displayed in the app:

For the Text message option, you need to type in your phone number and enter the 6-digit verification you you'll receive on your phone:

Updated 4 months ago

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