You can use webhooks to receive updates on the orders associated with you domain as they pass through the verification process. The url below is an example of a order webhook.
A merchant supplied (or randomly generated) static string consisting of atleast 8 characters.
The is the BlueCheck verification token that can be used to uniquely identify this order verification in our system. Since this is a continuation of an order that was already saved in our system the orderToken is used to associate this verification with that order. You will also need to ensure that your user verification request made to BlueCheck has this parameter included.
If you supplied an orderID value when the verification was requested, it will be returned back to you here.
Either "approved" or "failed".
Provides additional information if applicable, such as underage or prohibited.
Other custom parameters can be added to the request to serve your application. To add such parameters please contact BlueCheck account management for assistance.
The following table outlines the GET data variables that can be sent to your endpoint via webhook.
The webhooks you set can up can be triggered by different changes in the order status, just like email and sms notifications. You can see a list of these events on the Notification Event Types page.