Hello Wells Fargo, Chase Bank, and Capital One customers! You share something in common, and it's very important for your Klover accounts.
Wells Fargo, Chase, and Capital One recently changed their APIs, and have updated the way their customers can use third party apps like Klover. This new process is through Plaid OAuth.
Here at Klover, we use a third party provider, Plaid, to hold our bank connections. These 3 banks also partner with Plaid, and now participate in OAuth, which is short for Open Authorization. This new way to link bank accounts allows customers to enter their credentials directly into their banking website/mobile app, through Plaid.
This process is currently rolled out to 100% of customers who bank with Wells Fargo, Chase Bank, and Capital One.
If you are having issues with your Klover account, and you have not attempted relinking your bank account with this new process yet, please do so before reaching out to our support team to see if it resolves the issues.
To relink your bank account on our app, please open your Klover account, click Settings (the small person-figure), select Reconnect Bank, select Remove Bank, follow the prompts, then go back to Settings to reconnect your bank.
Then, you will log in to your bank account through Plaid, and click “select all”. It is imperative that you grant Klover full access to your bank account in order for your advance request to be processed successfully. Below, you will find pictures that show what this process looks like for a Wells Fargo account. You will be walked through the steps you see in the pictures listed below:
Once you complete this process, you should be all set to move forward with your account. Please reach out to our support team if you need any assistance with this process or have any questions.
**If you are a Chase user, and you are still having difficulty requesting an advance after completing these steps, please try again in an hour or two. If you still have issues, please reach out to us --> email@example.com.