We use webhooks to notify you about important events that occur on your account. These webhooks contain details about the event such as changes that occurred and the resources impacted by the change.
We send webhooks as HTTP POST call to a URL configured by you. The webhook payload uses the JSON format.
Webhooks are Asynchronous
We recommend you treat webhooks as asynchronous events and do not depend on them for time-sensitive actions. While we try to deliver webhooks to you within a few seconds, there could be delays due to network and technical issues.
For time-sensitive actions, we recommend polling our APIs instead.
You can use webhooks to automatically trigger asynchronous events in your systems. For example, the
beneficiary.created event is triggered when a beneficiary is successfully added to an account. You can use the webhook event to inform your customer that the beneficiary has been successfully added and that they can now transfer funds to their beneficiary.
IP Addresses for Webhooks
To ensure your integration is secure, configure your servers to accept webhooks only from the below IP Addresses.