Recurring access provides notifications when new or changed data is available for your end-users' payroll account and removes authentication friction for returning end-users. You can use this information to determine changes in existing direct deposit allocations, employment status, or income, as well as to get an ongoing stream of shifts and paystubs data for connected accounts. We're excited to be the first provider to capture dynamic changes in payroll data.
- Direct Deposit Allocations Monitoring: Direct Deposit Allocations (DDA) Monitoring alerts you to changes in a user's direct deposit allocations, such as increases and decreases in allocation amounts, the removal of an existing allocation, or the addition of a new allocation. We'll pull direct deposit allocations data from this connection daily and proactively notify you of any changes.
- Income and Employment Monitoring: Income, Employment, Identity, Paystubs, and Shifts (I&E) Monitoring alerts you to changes in a user's information, such as if their employment status has changed or if a new paystub is available. We'll pull income and employment data from this connection daily and proactively notify you of any changes.
- Anti-fraud Direct Deposit Switching: Utilize our identity endpoint to match the identity of the end-user with the name and other info with the target account on file prior to processing a direct deposit switch.
- Direct Deposit Updates: Allow end-users to update their direct deposit allocation amount seamlessly without having to re-enter their credentials.
Recurring access has two primary components that allows Pinwheel to maintain on-going connectivity to an end-user's payroll accounts.
- Monitoring (Beta): For platforms and employers where we are able to maintain a persistent connection, data is automatically refreshed daily. You will be notified via a webhook event whenever there is new or changed data for a given payroll account.
- On Demand Updates (Beta): For returning users, Pinwheel Link can authenticate an end-user without asking them to re-enter credentials. This removes friction for end-users making updates to their allocations or providing you with new or updated data. Note: if the user has multi-factor authentication enabled on their account, user action may be required to complete the login step.
Some payroll platforms and employers don't support persistent connections so it's essential that you incorporate both Monitoring and On Demand Updates into your implementation if you want to maintain on-going access to your end-user's payroll data.
Monitoring and On Demand Updates are treated as a single billed product. If Recurring Access is enabled for your workspace you will be billed monthly for a connected account which enables proactive monitoring where available and allows you to complete unlimited On Demand Updates.
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