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Re: sandbox webhook issues

@jessequinn2019

You set up your web app and run transactions using your sandbox credentials. You run transactions just as a customer would. Your transactions will trigger webhook events and a webhook will be sent for each. So set up your sandbox interface fraud settings how you want, and then deliberately run transactions that get flagged.
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Re: sandbox webhook issues

Each webhook sent by the Dwolla API contains an Event with _links to: the associated resource, account associated with the event, and the customer associated with the event (if applicable). It is important to note that a single API request can trigger multiple webhooks to be fired DGCustomerFirst

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Registered: ‎10-16-2019

Re: sandbox webhook issues

I've been able to verify your experience using cURL (Validation-Token) and a Create Subscription API call (error). I've also replicated all your response headers on my own test server which doesn't have the issue Login UPSers