Introduction
Changelog
Authentication
Headers
Errors
Rate Limiting
Webhooks
CDR
OAuth 2.0
User
Devices
Addresses
Affordability
Aggregation
Bills
Budgets
Cards
Challenges
CDR
Configuration
Contacts
Events
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KYC
Managed Products
Messages
Pay Day
PayID
Payments
Reports
Statements
Surveys
Calculators
Images
Users
Accounts
Transactions
Financial Passport
Status
Outages
Banking
Common

Introduction

Frollo APIs are grouped into various features supported by the SaaS platform. Each one contains the APIs needed for that feature to function but may rely on other APIs for full functionality.

The Frollo APIs are also split into two sets of APIs; the Management API and the Client API.

The Management API is designed to be used in a machine to machine (M2M) context to allow management of users, accounts and transactions on the Frollo platform.

The Client API comprises of the user facing features such as fetching transactions or managing bills and is designed for a client app or website to use. The Client API can also be used in an M2M context with an API Key.