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Error when signing up for sandbox account

We're working on a Veem integration for a client's invoice software. We were trying to sign up for a developer account and we're getting an error when we try to create the account. The error message says "Something went wrong. We are terribly sorry." The console says we received a 500 error from the `https://sandbox-api.veem.com/api/customers/developers` endpoint.

Veem developer password reset

Can you please help reset password?

Refresh Token

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Refresh Token

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QBO integration

Does any part of the Veem API integrate with linked Quickbooks vendors?
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Replacement for ACH?

We have an app that relies on sending payments to about 200 vendors a month. We cannot ask these vendors to create an account to receive the money. Can we specify the routing # and account # for each vendor in our app using Veem's API's or does the recipient need to create an account like the Veem.com application?
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End to end workflow of requesting a payment

Is there an end-to-end workflow diagram and description of how a payment request works? We are looking at using Veem as a provider for allowing our customers to pay for their invoices, which may include paying multiple invoices in a single payment. This process may be triggered via the client's account area on our website: 1) The client selects one or many invoices to pay 2) They are presented with a payment screen 3) They complete the payment and we receive a webhook notification of success or failure Would this work?
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Three-legged auth error

Hey guys, I registered a new dev account and created a new pair of id/secret. Now I'm experiencing a problem with 3-legged auth. From my app I'm trying to authenticate a user account which I created in a sandbox. I'm able to get to the point where I'm provided with a request token but the process fails at the exchange for access token. 1. I initiate the access call from the browser by clicking a veem button. 2. I see the screen " <MY APP> would like access to your Veem data. Please select an account: ...." with the account selected. 3. I click Authorize. 4. At this point I even able to hit a breakpoint in my code where I receive a callback. 5. At this point my code sends a request to https://sandbox-api.veem.com/oauth/token with Sprint RestTemplate and I get absolutely not descriptive error which is an empty body with 401 http status in the response. org.springframework.web.client.HttpClientErrorException: 401 null Can you please advise?
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Payments created with non-canonical time stamps

`createPayment` and `getPayments` are creating / returning payments with strange timestamps. "id": 1047003, "timeCreated":"2020-14-01T01:59:24.557Z" "timeUpdated":"2020-14-01T01:59:24.654Z" This results in errors for some json parsing libraries (like protobuf's `jsonpb`): `bad Timestamp: parsing time "2020-14-01T02:00:22.198Z": month out of range` and it also doesn't seem like these timestamps are their intended values. Let me know if we're doing something wrong on our end!
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Payments created with non-canonical time stamps

`createPayment` and `getPayments` are creating / returning payments with strange timestamps. "id": 1047003, "timeCreated":"2020-14-01T01:59:24.557Z" "timeUpdated":"2020-14-01T01:59:24.654Z" This results in errors for some json parsing libraries (like protobuf's `jsonpb`): `bad Timestamp: parsing time "2020-14-01T02:00:22.198Z": month out of range` and it also doesn't seem like these timestamps are their intended values. Let me know if we're doing something wrong on our end!