Once you have your Account Float set up and funded, you are ready to start creating transactions. In order to tell us which Split Account to use for processing, you'll first need to know the ID's of your accounts within Split. You can retrieve your account ID's through your Split Payments User Interface or by making an API call.

  • User Interface
  • API Call

User Interface

We make all bank account ids readily available in your Split Payments account. To find the ID you need simply follow these steps.

  • Log into your Split Payments account
  • Click on your name in top left of the screen
  • Click on the Settings button
  • Click on Bank Accounts
  • Click on the blue title for the relevant

On this page you will see and be able to copy the ID for this bank account. This can be used to specify which bank account to use for a transaction through the API or csv imports.

You're now ready to start transacting from your Account Float by creating Payments or Payment Requests

API Call

If you have an API integration and would prefer to get your bank account ID's this way, it's as simple as one GET request to our /bank_accounts endpoint

This endpoint is described in detail in the Bank Accounts API documentation

{
"data" :[
{
"id": "c3157b70-f927-47e5-95de-60268b4289c7",
"branch_code": "123456",
"bank_name": "Split SANDBOX Bank",
"account_number": "456789",
"status": "active",
"title": "AU.123456.456789",
"available_balance": null
},
{
"id": "01b01b35-08d1-4ef9-a82c-040a0070fb2e",
"branch_code": "802919",
"bank_name": "Split Float Account",
"account_number": "1702445",
"status": "active",
"title": "NPP Hybrid Float Account",
"available_balance": 100
}
]
}

You can see in the example response above, that there can be multiple accounts and each has an individual ID field. This is what you will need to persist so that you can pass it to us when creating Payments or Payment Requests via API.

You're now ready to start transacting from your Account Float by creating Payments or Payment Requests

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