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May 2, 2018

UI For Card Processing

Xin Lai

In our last UIaaS product — Bank Logins, we spoke about building different UI aspects of our APIs, which are intended to allow our partners to go live faster. Partners can integrate high-usage APIs within their apps and redirect users to customizable UIs (managed by us) for low usage functions.

Today we are launching our new UIaaS product for card processing, which is built on top of our INTERCHANGE-US API.

The UI includes three views: Select KYC Document, Link Card and Card Management.

View 1: Select KYC Document

‍User selects the Document ID of user’s base document which the card is associated with.

View 2: Link Card

‍User enters card number and expiration date.

View 3: Card Management

‍User can unlink any existing card no longer intended for use.


Also, just like Bank Logins, the current UI has the following features too:

  • Customizable UI
  • Mobile Friendly Design
  • Graceful Redirects
  • Accessibility Friendly


We are excited to get started with our new Card Processing UI. For an in-depth look at linking interchange accounts, view our demo here.

If you have any questions in regards to this new feature, or any other Synapse products and services, please feel free to reach out at

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Xin Lai
May 2, 2018

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