Customer API intends to help businesses in improving their customer onboarding experience. Customers with verified GCash accounts can easily sign up to the businesses’ platform.
While Customer API looks into multiple available customer information, GScore API intends to verify an information subset answerable by a yes or no.
GScore API intends to help businesses tap a new segment of users with our proprietary trust score.
Yes, we can send the KYC details regardless of their network. As long as these are GCash fully KYC’ed customers who provided their consent to share their personal information to our partner.
Data Ownership is fully transferred to the partner by the time the user consents. The partner should do due diligence according to their business standards and BSP regulations.
All eKYC applications go through various quality and risk checks through our 3rd party identity verification provider, as well as our internal risk engine. Any type of application failure that is not considered as high risk will undergo manual review (e.g. self-declared inputs differ from what is indicated in the OCR ID by at least 1 character).
Unverified users will not be qualified to register in the Partner’s app via Customer API. They will get an error message prompting them to go through the unautomated registration option.
Whether it is an app or website, as long as your platform is API-ready, we can have the Customer API service available after integration.
It is in the Partner’s app. GCash Customer API will need to be integrated in the Partner’s app. When the Partner’s potential customers enter their app or website, Customers should be seeing a “Sign in via GCash” option which will lead them to these 5 steps:
To quickly and successfully onboard customers, you may reach the Partner Marketing team by filling out this form.
To help in screening applicants, you may reach the Partner Marketing team by filling out this form.