The TipsGo Member API allows you to work with information of known users (Members) of the Smart Wealth Tips (SWT) Platform.
A Member is is a known user who is using the its services after having gone through a registration process in order to become a member of the platform.
Each Member is typically identified to the system by his or her email address. Within the SWT Framework, the Platform services are provided to the Member through a Service Provider. Every Member has a unique association or relationship with a Service Provider.
This API is part of the the TipsGo platform, which consists of:
A comprehensive set of Tips that are relevant to the user's personal circumstances
A comprehensive database of products that can be used to allow product information and product comparison
A set of financial calculators that can be used to calculate the savings, revenues, benefits etc. based on the user’s personal circumstances and their geographic location
A comprehensive set of APIs (known as the TipsGo APIs) that can be used to access the features and capabilities of the platform from Mobile or Web applications
An extensive database that can capture information about the users, their families and connections from a financial perspective
TipsGo is a recommendation based Money Management Platform. The TipsGo Platform provides Money Management "Tips" (recommendations) to its users. These tips help users make the most of their money by helping them save, grow/invest and protect their money.
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