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Introduction to Children Check

The service performs a Children Check on the basis of the stored in the data source data about the child benefit payments. This report ist appropriate for B2C use cases.

What it solves

To automatically determine or check the number of children of a customer, this check can be used.

Children Check

This check uses child support payments to an account to determine the number of children.

As a result, you get the number, as well as the date of the last payment.

Used data fields

No Case is required for checks. Only one data source must have been synchronized successfully.

Incoming child benefit transactions of the customer are used for this purpose. To detect this, it uses data like IBAN, account holder name, counterpart name, purpose, amount, and so on.

Result

This gives you a quick overview of the transactions used in the report through aggregated values that can serve as a summary.

A full API schema can be seen here: finAPI API Documentation

Field

Description

Mandatory

totalChildrenCount

Total count of children, benefit payments for which are provided to the specified in the request accounts.

yes

checkData

List of the check result, organized by accounts. This list can be used to identify which account receives money for how many children.

no

checkData[].childrenCount

Count of children, as of the latest child benefit payment date provided to the specific account.

yes

checkData[].latestChildBenefitDate

The date, when the latest child benefit payment has been received for the specific account.

no

checkData[].accountId

UUID of the bank account belonging to the imported bank connection.

yes

checkData[].accountIban

IBAN of the bank account.

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