With the Sumsub API, you can send and receive applicant data and documents for verification through simple RESTful APIs.
The API responds with a JSON payload (unless otherwise stated). The data payload expects parameters to be passed in a valid JSON format along with the
Content-Type: application/json header.
Mind the following:
- To provide you with access to production mode, we must perform integration testing to make sure everything works as expected.
- All incompatible changes made to the API will be versioned and will not affect the existing endpoints. However, we may add additional fields to JSON responses without any notice or API versioning. So it is not a good idea to rely on object mappers in your integration code that will fail on unknown properties.
- The header names are not case-sensitive and may vary depending on your ways of implementation at both your requests and our responses.
You can download, import, and run the Sumsub API Postman collection.
In your Postman environment, you will need to define the