Where a SEPA mandate is in
SUSPENDED status you can set it to
ACTIVE so that Direct Debit Payments can be made against it.
- If you are using paper mandates then you may need to consider an option on your custom application to allow operators to click a button to activate mandates when a signed mandate is received, which would call this service.
- If you are using E-Mandates, the activate mandate request is dynamically called and may (optionally) include details related to the electronic signing event (IP Address, location of the signature, the mobile phone or email address used).
The Idempotency check is only against successful requests, so where a previous call has resulted in any of the following HTTP Response Codes, that Idempotency key may be reused without any issue:
ACTIVEin Nuapay, once successfully registered with the payers’ banks. This will typically take 3-4 working days.
When working with our APIs, please use the Sandbox URI when testing and the Live URI when you move to Production.
LIVE https://api.nuapay.com SANDBOX https://sandbox.nuapay.com/
If you haven't done so already and would like to do some testing, please Request Sandbox Access
Important: Endpoints and Webhooks may be extended from time to time and any changes we make will follow our Versioning and Backward Compatibility rules. This means that the code that you write today must be designed to be robust enough to handle any future changes (where a new object is added to (or removed from) a specific API response, for example).
schemeIdin your request and not the actual creditor scheme ID or SUN. This identifier will be similar to this: abxq9kq52l. Similarly, the mandate identifier is the resource identifier (e.g., rtsxq8kaby5) and is not the actual unique mandate reference - so in this case you would call POST /schemes/abxq9kq52l/mandates/rtsxq8kaby5/activate