Our latest release features powerful UX and Security upgrades. 💪🏼
We now have full coverage of all US banks!!
If you’re one of our users who connects a bank to your account, you’re now able to connect ANY bank in the US.
That’s a lot of banks!
This is thanks to our new micro-deposit flow.
When you don’t want to use the instant login feature to connect your bank you can now manually verify your bank details instead.
It’s simple: navigate to your Banks & Cards tab, click “Add New Bank”, and type “micro” or “manual” in the bank search bar.
From there you’ll see a place to enter your routing & account numbers.
After you do, we’ll send two micro deposits to your bank account.
Once you receive them, you’ll come back to the Banks & Cards tab and click on the “unverified” tag on the bank you added and enter the two deposit amounts.
🎉Congrats, you just connected your bank without logging into it. Well done!
Here are a few of the new features live now on snaprefund.io:
– 🔒 Auto logouts after 5 minutes of inactivity on both desktop and mobile (Thanks for your feedback on our LinkedIn Poll! 📊)
– 🏛️Micro Deposits allow you to manually connect & verify any bank account in the US
– 📏 Password minimum length for new accounts is now 7 instead of 12 for greater ease of use (We heard you 🖤)
Sign up for free today on snaprefund.io and start sending & receiving your money faster and easier than ever.
Full Release Notes
- Full coverage of all US banks with the Micro Deposit flow that allows users to manually enter their bank info and verify the amount of two small deposits
- Auto logout occurs after 5 minutes of inactivity on both Desktop & Mobile
- The minimum required password length for new accounts has been decreased to 7 characters
- Padding added to the bottom of pages app-wide for better UI
- Payments sent to new users that are cancelled before the user completes sign up now correctly show up in the recipient’s transaction history after onboarding
- Updates to the Business Name entry field on sign-up page to clearly communicate not to enter a value for that field if the user doesn’t have an Employer Identification Number (EIN) for their business