Direct API Guide

Documentation version 1.01, 11.03.2024

Please note, that the given document is only applicable for partners integrating in Poland.

Inbank API for Partners is designed for integrating third-party applications to Inbank's credit system. The API aims to follow RESTful best practices as closely as possible to achieve its main goal — to be flexible and applicable to multiple use cases. The current document describes the API endpoints available to partners.

If you have any questions regarding Inbank API or have trouble with your integration, just contact integration@inbank.pl and we will be happy to help.

Flow Overview

Demo Environment

Inbank provides a separate environment for development and integration testing. The testing environment remains available after the integration with Inbank has been completed. The testing and production environments differ, each having individual data sets.

Demo API environment: https://demo-api.inbank.pl

For testing purposes, the system returns preconfigured decisions. Positive decisions are given for amounts 0 - 500, 15 000 - 16 000.

Note that the credit application process may include an OTP code exchange via SMS. The testing environment does not send out SMS messages, but lists them in the simulator available at: https://demo-sms.inbank.eu/. In the search field at the top of the page, you need to specify the phone number you have indicated in the credit application and click Search. The simulator will then list the messages sent to that number.

Credentials for the SMS simulator:

  • username: inbank
  • password: XUJc8CncaVKvkEQvNgsTvqdw

API Request Flows in Case of Positive Decision

API Request Flow

* Note that steps 3 and 8 are only required if the flow is using SMS signing.

** Note that steps 10, 11, and 12 are needed if at step 9 you get process_status = waiting_for_customer_digital_verification. If at step 9 you get process_status = activated no further steps are needed.

API Request Flow with Partner Approval

* Note that steps 3 and 8 are only required if the flow is using SMS signing.

** Note that steps 10, 11 are needed if at step 9 you get process_status = waiting_for_customer_digital_verification. If at step 9 you get process_status = waiting_for_partners_confirmation then proceed to step 13 directly.

API Request Flows in Case of income_proof_required Decision

API Request Flow

* Note that steps 3 and 11 are only required if the flow is using SMS signing.

** Note that if the account statement was uploaded manually and the flow is to include AIS verification then if at step 12 the process_status = waiting_for_customer_digital_verification steps 5 and 6 need to be done after step 12.

API Request Flow with Partner Approval

* Note that steps 3 and 11 are only required if the flow is using SMS signing.

** Note that if the account statement was uploaded manually and the flow is to include AIS verification then if at step 12 the process_status = waiting_for_customer_digital_verification steps 5 and 6 need to be done after step 12.

Authentication

Inbank will provide you with an API key, used for authentication, and a unique identifier of your shop, required for building API URLs. The API-key should remain private at all times.

To obtain access to the API endpoints, place the API key in the Authorization header of the request. The Authorization header should have the Bearer scheme and your API key, for example:

Authorization: Bearer e93174d3b9158a01c861c65fab0e7f96

The API server will then verify the API key authenticity.

In most cases, you will need to use a shop identifier (shop_uuid) in the path of the API endpoint. Shop identifier is provided to you by Inbank together with the API key.

In case of unsuccessful authorization, the system will return the following message:

{
    "error": [
        "unauthorized"
    ]
}

Content-Type

HTTP header Content-Type application/json is expected in all requests, unless otherwise specified in the endpoint description. Example:

Content-Type: applications/json

Callbacks

When sending a credit application via Inbank Partner API the e-shop has the option to provide the callback_url - the URL to which Inbank will send server-to-server callback notifications on financing process status change events. Callback requests are lightweight triggers for initiating activities on the merchant side. They contain only minimal information.

Inbank sends callbacks about the following state transition events:

Status in callback message Description
Decision related callbacks
POSITIVE The credit application received a positive decision and the customer can move forward in the financing process.
NEGATIVE The credit application received a negative, Inbank cannot offer financing to the customer.
FAILED The decision process has encountered issues and the decision cannot be made. If this status persists, please contact the Inbank integration team.
INCOME_PROOF_REQUIRED To make a decision Inbank needs the customer to provide income proof documents.
Contract related callbacks
UNSIGNED The contact has been created and is now waiting for customer signature.
SIGNED The customer has signed the credit contract.
ACTIVATED The credit contract is now activated, the financing of the purchase has been completed.
CANCELLED The contract has been cancelled.
TERMINATED The previously activated contract has been terminated.
ACTIVATION_REQUIRES_PARTNER_APPROVAL The financing has been granted by Inbank. Partner's approval is now needed for contract activation. Applicable if the flow requires merchant approval of credit contracts.
DOWN_PAYMENT_PAID_BY_CUSTOMER The customer has successfully paid the required down payment. Applicable if the flow includes making a down payment.

To avoid processing accidental or malicious traffic to callback endpoints, the handlers should first verify the authenticity of the request. For more details, see the Callback authenticity validation chapter.

E-shop should process the incoming messages, at a minimum, in the following way:

  • Validate the authenticity of the request, to avoid further processing of invalid traffic.
  • Look up the credit application UUID either from the incoming message, or from the internal database as it was returned when the application was sent.
  • Inspect the status message and process the order payment status based on it.
  • Redirect the user to the respective dialog, i.e. the “payment complete” page.

Request Structure

Callbacks are sent as http POST requests, ("Content-Type" => "application/x-www-form-urlencoded"). The POST form has the following structure:

Parameter Example value Description
message %7B%22type%22%3A%22DECISION%22%2C%22status%22%3A%22POSITIVE
%22%2C%22creditApplicationUuid%22%3A%2259d2194c-634f-4632-91b6-300b58e628ce%22%7D
URL-encoded JSON structure containing information about the financing process.
hmac c196e985640a6291723dc2717d264f82e70126c34b107f3be5b22201cb147c9
8b9709f5184a7f2fe82684d6086eee07df8a46c28fc0edfdd14fd306579244664

HMAC value.

For more details, see HMAC calculation logic described in the Callback authenticity chapter.

timestamp

1549411200

Current Unix timestamp at issuing server.
See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unix_time for more details.

Request header

{"Content-Type":"application/x-www-form-urlencoded"}

Request body

%7B%22message%22%3A%7B%22type%22%3A%22DECISION%22%2C%22status%22%3A%22POSITIVE%22%2C%22
creditApplicationUuid%22%3A%2259d2194c-0000-0000-0000-300b58e628ce%22%7D%2C%22hmac%22%3
A%229a930128d10000009b63d4ee38cbd24010eab6aa5c3dca2f615eb9ca6265f1c9f61b0677d57e28de71a
b398cd87834ac47a5be2a41357e40c9584806e19bc641%22%2C%22timestamp%22%3A1694159442075%7D

Callback Message Content

The message contains minimal information, it is meant as a trigger to obtaining more detailed information over Partner API. The message body contains:

  • type - type of the Inbank entity the status of which is reflected in the callback. Possible types are CONTRACT and DECISION.
  • creditApplicationUuid - credit application UUID.
  • status - status of the financing process at the moment of message dispatch.

Callback Authenticity Validation

We use message authenticity hash (HMAC) transported within the POST request form field hmac.

To validate the message authenticity you need to calculate the verifying HMAC based on data from the request and your secret api_key, and compare the calculated HMAC with the HMAC value passed in the request.

Verifying HMAC is calculated as SHA512 HMAC, over the timestamp and message from the request, concatenated with . delimiter. Your shop API key is used as HMAC secret.

Pseudocode for example verifying HMAC calculation:

key = your_api_key;
req_timestamp = request[timestamp];
req_message = request[message];
req_data = req_timestamp+'.'+req_message;
v_hmac = hmac(“sha512”, key, req_data);

JavaScript example (Postman):

key = your_api_key;
req_timestamp = decodeURIComponent(request[timestamp]);
req_message = request[message];
req_data = req_timestamp + '.' + req_message;
v_hmac = CryptoJS.HmacSHA512(req_data, key);

PHP example:

$key = $settings->api_key;
$req_timestamp = $_POST['timestamp'];
$req_message = stripslashes($_POST['message']);
$v_hmac = hash_hmac('sha512', $req_timestamp . '.' . $req_message, $key);

Calculations

Monthly Payment Calculations

POST /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/calculations

The calculations endpoint retrieves a preliminary calculation based on the credit amount and period. The actual calculation will be presented to the client after there is a decision based on the credit application.

SecuritybearerAuth
Request
path Parameters
shop_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the shop.

Example: a93f1f44-d5dd-4469-bfcc-c1de9e969213
Request Body schema: application/json
required
product_code
required
string

Product code.

amount
required
number <double>

Financing amount.

period
required
integer

Financing period in months. Options depend on the particular product.

payment_day
integer

Payment day. If not indicated, the default payment day set for this product will be used.

Responses
201

Creates a new calculation

401

Unauthorized

403

Forbidden

404

Not Found

422

Unprocessable Entity

500

Internal Server Error

post/partner/v2/shops/{shop_uuid}/calculations
Request samples
application/json
{
  • "product_code": "product_code_here",
  • "amount": 2000,
  • "period": 12,
  • "payment_day": 5
}
Response samples
application/json
{
  • "product_code": "product_code_here",
  • "amount": 2000,
  • "period": 6,
  • "payment_day": 5,
  • "currency": "PLN",
  • "payment_amount_monthly": 348.79,
  • "interest_rate_annual": 0.1,
  • "credit_cost_rate_annual": 0.1608,
  • "total_cost": 2092.74,
  • "total_cost_of_credit": 92.74
}

Credit Applications

Credit applications are the initial step in the Inbank financing process. Once the application is reviewed and accepted by the customer, a credit contract is created.

Credit Application Submission

Credit applications are the initial step in the Inbank financing process. Once the application is reviewed and accepted by the customer, a credit contract is created.

POST /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/applications

A credit application is submitted using the POST /partner/v2/:shop_uuid/applications endpoint. The credit application contains the credit period and amount, identification data and other information regarding the customer and the purchase.

Once the e-shop receives a response to the payment session initiation request with the redirect URL and the UUID of the session, it can forward the data of the credit application to Inbank. To submit credit application data to Inbank, use the POST /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/applications request.

Request payload consists of several sub-objects:

  • credit_application: monthly income, product code and other credit related data
  • customer: customer's identity code, name and gender
  • customer_contact: customer's email and phone number
  • customer_addresses: customer's address details
  • customer_identification: the type of customer identification document and its number
  • consents: customer's consent for processing of their data
  • purchase: details about the purchased items

The table below lists all parameters from the objects within the payload. Parameters can either be required or optional, depending on the integration flow. Please, consult your Inbank contact about your specific case.

The decision_status parameter can have the following values: positive, negative, manual_negative, failed, income_proof_required, pending, manual. It can be considered that the application received a positive decision if its decision_status is positive. Usually, a new application has decision_status as pending until the decision is reached.

Important note for test environments

Document number, phone number and email of one customer cannot be used for another customer. For testing purposes it means that if you introduce a new identity code, you should also generate a new document number, phone number and email address. If you use an existing customer's identity code, you can use both existing and new values for document number, phone number and email address. Due to banking secrecy we cannot indicate the exact reason behind the application failure (e.g. customer with such an email already exists) and will return a generic error: "Error has occurred, contact customer support".

SecuritybearerAuth
Request
path Parameters
shop_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the shop.

Example: a93f1f44-d5dd-4469-bfcc-c1de9e969213
Request Body schema: application/json
required
object
object
object
object
object
object
object
Responses
201

Create a new application

401

Unauthorized

403

Forbidden

404

Not Found

422

Unprocessable Entity

500

Internal Server Error

post/partner/v2/shops/{shop_uuid}/applications
Request samples
application/json
{
  • "credit_application": {
    },
  • "customer": {
    },
  • "customer_addresses": [
    ],
  • "customer_contact": {
    },
  • "customer_identification": {
    },
  • "consents": [
    ]
}
Response samples
application/json
{
  • "uuid": "471e6282-3384-412b-af7b-646eb8f04391",
  • "number": 89002917439,
  • "status": "pending",
  • "product_code": "example_product",
  • "amount": 1001,
  • "period": 12,
  • "down_payment_amount": 0,
  • "payment_day": 15,
  • "start_date": "2020-12-15",
  • "end_date": "2021-11-15",
  • "decision_status": "positive",
  • "decision_messages": "Positive decision",
  • "changed_conditions": false,
  • "previous_uuid": null,
  • "salesperson_reference": null
}

Create Signing for Application

POST /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/applications/:application_uuid/signings

After the customer has reviewed the application, they can proceed to application signing which is done via the POST /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/applications/:application_uuid/signings endpoint. There are the following signing methods available:

  • digital - the method is used in cases when the partner has a separate signing solution. The request with the digital signing method is used as a confirmation that signing has been successful.
  • paper - the method is used if you are collecting paper applications signed by the customer.
  • sms - with this method the signing is done using an SMS code. After you send the request, the customer will receive an SMS with the code from Inbank. After that, the code is sent over to Inbank for confirmation via the PATCH /contracts/:contract_uuid/signings request.
SecuritybearerAuth
Request
path Parameters
shop_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the shop.

Example: a93f1f44-d5dd-4469-bfcc-c1de9e969213
application_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the application.

Example: 471e6282-3384-412b-af7b-646eb8f04391
Request Body schema: application/json
method
required
string

Signing method. Options: sms, digital, paper.

Responses
201

Created signing for application

401

Unauthorized

403

Forbidden

404

Not Found

422

Unprocessable Entity

500

Internal Server Error

503

Service Unavailable

post/partner/v2/shops/{shop_uuid}/applications/{application_uuid}/signings
Request samples
application/json
{
  • "method": "paper"
}
Response samples
application/json
{
  • "credit_application": {
    }
}

Update Signing for Application

PATCH /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/applications/:application_uuid/signings

To confirm the signing the customer needs to enter the code they received to their mobile from Inbank. The code is sent over to Inbank for confirmation via the PATCH /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/applications/:application_uuid/signings endpoint.

SecuritybearerAuth
Request
path Parameters
shop_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the shop.

Example: a93f1f44-d5dd-4469-bfcc-c1de9e969213
application_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the application.

Example: 471e6282-3384-412b-af7b-646eb8f04391
Request Body schema: application/json
method
required
string

Signing method. Options: sms.

confirmation_code
required
string

Code confirming customer signing.

Responses
200

Created signing for application

401

Unauthorized

403

Forbidden

404

Not Found

422

Unprocessable Entity

500

Internal Server Error

patch/partner/v2/shops/{shop_uuid}/applications/{application_uuid}/signings
Request samples
application/json
{
  • "method": "sms",
  • "confirmation_code": 123456
}
Response samples
application/json
{
  • "signing": {
    }
}

Application Details

To check whether a credit application received a decision from Inbank and display the credit offer, the partner needs to get the data of the application and credit details using the GET /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/applications/:application_uuid request.

As the decision process might take some time, the endpoint may need to be polled once a second for a maximum of 30 seconds.

The response includes the decision_status parameter which can have one of the following values: pending, positive, manual_negative, income_proof_required, negative, failed. It can be considered that the application received a positive decision from Inbank if its decision_status is positive. Once the partner receives a positive credit decision from Inbank, it can display the offer to the customer.

If the response includes the income_proof_required decision status, the customer needs to submit their income proof documents to Inbank.

Note that there are situations when the application data may be altered by Inbank systems during processing, in that case the application is also assigned a new UUID and the returned application data contains the attribute conditions_changed with value true. The conditions_changed attribute informs you if the application has undergone changes or not. If you persist Inbank application UUID in your system - you should always compare the returned UUID with the one you requested and update the UUID on your side respectively.

SecuritybearerAuth
Request
path Parameters
shop_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the shop.

Example: a93f1f44-d5dd-4469-bfcc-c1de9e969213
application_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the application.

Example: 471e6282-3384-412b-af7b-646eb8f04391
query Parameters
type
string
Default: "latest"
Enum: "latest" "initial" "exact"
Responses
200

Return application details by shop UUID & application UUID

401

Unauthorized

403

Forbidden

404

Not Found

500

Internal Server Error

get/partner/v2/shops/{shop_uuid}/applications/{application_uuid}
Request samples
Response samples
application/json
{
  • "product": {
    },
  • "shop": {
    },
  • "credit_application": {
    },
  • "purchase": null,
  • "contract": null,
  • "payment_schedule": {
    }
}

AIS Bank List Retrieval

GET /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/account_statements/bank_list?application_uuid=application_uuid

The AIS endpoints are used to submit the income proof statement or for AIS verification of the customer.

In cases when the application receives the income_proof_required decision, the flow needs to include the AIS upload process. The first step is retrieving the list of available banks from which the account statement can be provided via the GET /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/account_statements/bank_list API request. The request returns the name, ID and icon URL for each of the available banks. The selection of the banks needs to be displayed to the customer. Please note that the selection of banks is subject to change.

In cases when the customer needs to go through AIS verification these endpoints need to be used after contract signing.

You can find the details of the flows here.

SecuritybearerAuth
Request
path Parameters
shop_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the shop.

Example: a93f1f44-d5dd-4469-bfcc-c1de9e969213
application_uuid
required
string

The application for which the AIS upload is being initiated. The credit application UUID is included in the response to the POST /application request which submits the credit application to Inbank.

Example: 471e6282-3384-412b-af7b-646eb8f04391
Responses
200

Return bank list by shop UUID & application UUID

401

Unauthorized

403

Forbidden

404

Not Found

500

Internal Server Error

get/partner/v2/shops/{shop_uuid}/account_statements/bank_list/{application_uuid}
Request samples
Response samples
application/json
{}

AIS Upload Session Initiation

POST /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/account_statements/initiate_retrieval

Once the customer selects a bank, the AIS upload session can be started using the POST /api/partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/account_statements/initiate_retrieval API request. The response includes the redirect URL to which the customer should be forwarded to complete the AIS upload process. Once that process is complete, the customer will be redirected back to your site, to the return URL you have indicated in the request body.

To learn the new decision which the application has received after the AIS upload and processing, the GET /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/applications/:application_uuid endpoint needs to be polled until there is a new decision_status. The usual processing time is within 1 working day.

SecuritybearerAuth
Request
path Parameters
shop_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the shop.

Example: a93f1f44-d5dd-4469-bfcc-c1de9e969213
Request Body schema: application/json
application_uuid
required
string

The application for which the AIS upload session is being started. The credit application UUID is included in the response to the POST /application request which submits the credit application to Inbank.

return_url
required
string

The URL to which the customer should be redirected back after the AIS upload process is complete.

bank_id
required
string

The ID of the bank selected by the customer for the AIS upload process. The IDs are included in the response to the GET /account_statements/bank_list request.

locale
required
string

The locale which will be used in the AIS upload process. Available options: et, lv, lt, pl, cz, ru.

Responses
201

Upload session

401

Unauthorized

403

Forbidden

404

Not Found

500

Internal Server Error

post/partner/v2/shops/{shop_uuid}/account_statements/initiate_retrieval
Request samples
application/json
{
  • "application_uuid": "42c939bc-1111-2222-3333-b84fea5b86f6",
  • "return_url": "https://test.com",
  • "bank_id": 24,
  • "locale": "en"
}
Response samples
application/json
{}

Attach Files to Credit Application

POST /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/applications/:application_uuid/attachments

The account statement file can be forwarded to Inbank via the POST /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/applications/:application_uuid/attachments endpoint. If applied, this endpoint needs to be used instead of the AIS upload related endpoints.

Please note, as income proof documents are processed by Inbank representatives in case of a manual upload, income verification can take some time. To learn the new decision the application has received after the account statement upload and processing, the GET /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/applications/:application_uuid endpoint needs to be polled until there is a new decision_status.

Request body parameters:

Attachments must be submitted as form-data.
cURL example: --form "attachments[]=@/path_to/file1.pdf" --form "attachments[]=@/path_to/file2.pdf"

SecuritybearerAuth
Request
path Parameters
shop_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the shop.

Example: a93f1f44-d5dd-4469-bfcc-c1de9e969213
application_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the application.

Example: 471e6282-3384-412b-af7b-646eb8f04391
Request Body schema: application/json
attachments
required
Array of arrays

Files to be added as attachments.

type
required
string

Type of document. Available option: income_proof_document.

Value: "income_proof_document"
description
required
string

Additional description of the attachments.

Responses
204

Upload session

401

Unauthorized

403

Forbidden

404

Not Found

422

Unprocessable Entity

500

Internal Server Error

post/partner/v2/shops/{shop_uuid}/applications/{application_uuid}/attachments
Request samples
application/json
{
  • "attachments": [ ],
  • "type": "income_proof_document",
  • "description": "Description here"
}
Response samples
application/json
{
  • "message": "unauthorized"
}

Application Approval

POST /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/applications/:application_uuid/accept

After the credit application receives a positive decision and the credit offer is presented to the customer, they can choose to accept the offer, which is done through the POST /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/applications/:application_uuid/accept endpoint. Accepting the application automatically creates a contract and returns the identifier of the contract in the response.

SecuritybearerAuth
Request
path Parameters
shop_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the shop.

Example: a93f1f44-d5dd-4469-bfcc-c1de9e969213
application_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the application.

Example: 471e6282-3384-412b-af7b-646eb8f04391
Responses
201

Accepts application and creates contract

401

Unauthorized

403

Forbidden

404

Not Found

422

Unprocessable Entity

500

Internal Server Error

post/partner/v2/shops/{shop_uuid}/applications/{application_uuid}/accept
Request samples
Response samples
application/json
{
  • "contract": {
    }
}

Application Cancellation

POST /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/applications/:application_uuid/cancel

After the credit application receives a positive decision and the credit offer is presented to the customer, they can choose to cancel their credit application, which is done through the POST /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/applications/:application_uuid/cancel endpoint.

SecuritybearerAuth
Request
path Parameters
shop_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the shop.

Example: a93f1f44-d5dd-4469-bfcc-c1de9e969213
application_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the application.

Example: 471e6282-3384-412b-af7b-646eb8f04391
Responses
204

Cancel application

401

Unauthorized

403

Forbidden

404

Not Found

422

Unprocessable Entity

500

Internal Server Error

post/partner/v2/shops/{shop_uuid}/applications/{application_uuid}/cancel
Request samples
Response samples
application/json
{
  • "message": "unauthorized"
}

Credit Contracts

Credit contracts contain the details of the financing agreement between the customer and Inbank. Once the contract is activated, the partner is to supply goods/services to the customer.

Contract Printout

GET /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/contracts/:contract_uuid/printouts

The details of the contract are included in the printout which can be retrieved using the GET /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/contracts/:contract_uuid/printouts endpoint. The response includes the link to the contract printout file.

SecuritybearerAuth
Request
path Parameters
shop_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the shop.

Example: a93f1f44-d5dd-4469-bfcc-c1de9e969213
contract_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the contract.

Example: 788ec8c4-c497-470b-8505-2303f151d427
query Parameters
force_regeneration
boolean

Whether or not the resulting printout should be regenerated. Printout regeneration is required for cases when certain data is added to the contract after it is initially formed (e.g. purchase details). Force regeneration ensures that the contract printout includes all the new contract related data available in the system.

Responses
200

Gets contract printout

401

Unauthorized

403

Forbidden

404

Not Found

500

Internal Server Error

get/partner/v2/shops/{shop_uuid}/contracts/{contract_uuid}/printouts
Request samples
Response samples
application/json
{}

Create Signing for Contract

POST /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/contracts/:contract_uuid/signings

After the customer accepts the credit offer and has reviewed the contract, they can proceed to contract signing which is done via the POST /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/contracts/:contract_uuid/signings endpoint. There are the following signing methods available:

  • digital - the method is used in cases when the partner has a separate signing solution. The request with the digital signing method is used as a confirmation that signing has been successful.
  • paper - the method is used if you are collecting paper contracts signed by the customer.
  • sms - with this method the signing is done using an SMS code. After you send the request, the customer will receive an SMS with the code from Inbank. After that, the code is sent over to Inbank for confirmation via the PATCH /contracts/:contract_uuid/signings request.
SecuritybearerAuth
Request
path Parameters
shop_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the shop.

Example: a93f1f44-d5dd-4469-bfcc-c1de9e969213
contract_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the contract.

Example: 788ec8c4-c497-470b-8505-2303f151d427
Request Body schema: application/json
required
method
required
string

Signing method. Options: sms, digital, paper.

Responses
201

Creates a new signing

401

Unauthorized

403

Forbidden

404

Not Found

422

Unprocessable Entity

500

Internal Server Error

503

Service Unavailable

post/partner/v2/shops/{shop_uuid}/contracts/{contract_uuid}/signings
Request samples
application/json
{
  • "method": "sms"
}
Response samples
application/json
{
  • "message": "unauthorized"
}

Update Signing for Contract

PATCH /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/contracts/:contract_uuid/signings

To confirm the signing the customer needs to enter the code they received to their mobile from Inbank, the code is sent over to Inbank for confirmation via the PATCH /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/contracts/:contract_uuid/signings endpoint.

SecuritybearerAuth
Request
path Parameters
shop_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the shop.

Example: a93f1f44-d5dd-4469-bfcc-c1de9e969213
contract_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the contract.

Example: 788ec8c4-c497-470b-8505-2303f151d427
Request Body schema: application/json
required
method
required
string

Signing method. Options: sms.

confirmation_code
required
string

Code confirming customer signing.

Responses
200

Creates a new contract signing

401

Unauthorized

403

Forbidden

404

Not Found

422

Unprocessable Entity

500

Internal Server Error

patch/partner/v2/shops/{shop_uuid}/contracts/{contract_uuid}/signings
Request samples
application/json
{
  • "method": "sms",
  • "confirmation_code": 123456
}
Response samples
application/json
{
  • "signing": {
    }
}

Contract Status

GET /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/contracts/:contract_uuid

Once the credit contract UUID has been retrieved and the contract has been signed, the partner can check the status of the credit contract using the GET /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/contracts/:contract_uuid request. The response will include the status parameter. If the status is activated, the purchase has been successfully financed by Inbank and the purchase items can be forwarded to the customer.

If the flow includes merchant approval, the merchant checks if the status of the contract is signed. When the contract is in the signed status, the merchant needs to approve or cancel the contract. If the merchant approved the contract, they need to check if the contract status has been changed to activated, which indicates that the purchase was successfully financed by Inbank.

As customer signing processing might take some time, the endpoint may need to be polled for a certain amount of time. In case of digital, sms or paper signing methods, the endpoint needs to be polled once every second for a maximum of 15 seconds.

The response may include the process_status parameter, which you might need to take into account for certain flows. The flows are described here. The related process_status values are:

  • waiting_for_customer_digital_verification - the customer needs to go through AIS verification.
  • waiting_for_partners_confirmation - the contract is waiting for partner approval.
SecuritybearerAuth
Request
path Parameters
shop_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the shop.

Example: a93f1f44-d5dd-4469-bfcc-c1de9e969213
contract_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the contract.

Example: 788ec8c4-c497-470b-8505-2303f151d427
Responses
200

Returns contract details

401

Unauthorized

403

Forbidden

404

Not Found

500

Internal Server Error

get/partner/v2/shops/{shop_uuid}/contracts/{contract_uuid}
Request samples
Response samples
application/json
{
  • "contract": {
    }
}

Contract Merchant Approval

POST /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/contracts/:contract_uuid/merchant_approval

Give merchant approval for contract activation. This endpoint can be used only in case it's agreed with Inbank. If used, then contract will not be activated before merchant's approval is given. This endpoint is relevant, for example, when there is a need to double-check that the required goods are available.

If the flow includes merchant approval, the merchant checks if the status of the contract is signed using the GET /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/contracts/:contract_uuid request. When the contract is in the signed status, the merchant needs to approve or cancel the contract.

To approve the contract, the e-shop needs to know the credit contract UUID, which is in the response to the POST/:application_uuid/accept request.

The request does not require any parameters to be passed in its body.

Note that you can also approve contracts in the Partner Portal.

SecuritybearerAuth
Request
path Parameters
shop_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the shop.

Example: a93f1f44-d5dd-4469-bfcc-c1de9e969213
contract_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the contract.

Example: 788ec8c4-c497-470b-8505-2303f151d427
Responses
204

Merchant approval and activation

401

Unauthorized

403

Forbidden

404

Not Found

500

Internal Server Error

post/partner/v2/shops/{shop_uuid}/contracts/{contract_uuid}/merchant_approval
Request samples
Response samples
application/json
{
  • "message": "unauthorized"
}

Contract Cancellation

POST /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/contracts/:contract_uuid/cancel

If the flow includes merchant approval, the merchant checks if the status of the contract is signed using the GET /partner/v2/shops/:shop_uuid/contracts/:contract_uuid request. When the contract is in the signed status, the merchant needs to approve or cancel the contract.

To cancel the contract, the e-shop needs to know the credit contract UUID, which is in the response to the POST/:application_uuid/accept request.

The request does not require any parameters to be passed in its body.

Note that you can also cancel contracts in the Partner Portal.

SecuritybearerAuth
Request
path Parameters
shop_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the shop.

Example: a93f1f44-d5dd-4469-bfcc-c1de9e969213
contract_uuid
required
string

The unique identifier of the contract.

Example: 788ec8c4-c497-470b-8505-2303f151d427
Responses
204

Cancel contract

401

Unauthorized

403

Forbidden

404

Not Found

422

Unprocessable Entity

500

Internal Server Error

post/partner/v2/shops/{shop_uuid}/contracts/{contract_uuid}/cancel
Request samples
Response samples
application/json
{
  • "message": "unauthorized"
}