Add/Edit Customer Employer

This request allows you to add and edit a customer's employer information.

General

Employer information helps lenders contact their borrowers and provides vital background information during the underwriting process. Here's what you need to know about this request:

  • The Employer object is nested within the Customers entity. Thus, this request is sent through the Customers endpoint as a PUT.
  • Each customer can only have current employer information saved. In other words, only one employer's information is available.
  • You will need a valid customer ID to update employer information. You can find a customer's ID by using a GET Customer Information request.

For more information on this request, check out our API - Employer Information article.

And for an example of how employer information is saved within the UI, take a look at our Update Employer Information article.

Database

For information on Customer database tables, see the following articles:

{
    "Employer": {
        "phone": "5555555555",
        "payDate": "2015-11-30",
        "Address": {
            "address1": "123 Oak Lane",
            "city": "San Diego",
            "state": "geo.state.CA",
            "zipcode": "145245498",
            "country": "company.country.usa"
        },
        "hireDate": "2015-11-11",
        "incomeFrequency": "customerEmployer.incomeFrequency.annually",
        "payDateFrequency": "customerEmployer.payDateFrequency.weekly",
        "income": "15000.00",
        "companyName": "Merrill Lynch",
        "title": "Shift Manager"
    }
}

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