The Teller API enables your applications to connect with all of your users' bank accounts across institutions, using a single thoughtfully-designed HTTP API to move money, make payments, view transactions, and more.
The API allows you to: view accounts, check balances, view transaction history, make transfers between accounts, make payments to 3rd parties, create, view & destroy payees, view & cancel direct debits, and view & cancel standing orders.
The Teller API is HTTPS only. All requests to the Teller API must be authenticated via Personal Access Tokens, or TAuth (essentially OAuth 2.0 implicit grant where the client authenticates using SSL client certificate).
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