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Fund your test user's account (Manual)
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Written by Helghardt Avenant
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This article will guide you through the process of manually funding your test user's account. The goal is to provide you with funds so you can test common user flows in the Web App and mimic a real-life manual deposit process.

Funding your test user

By this point, you should have registered as a user in the Web App and completed the onboarding and verification steps. In the steps below, we will fund the user's general account.

The idea behind manual deposits is that users deposit money by sending it to their specified deposit company bank account, using their unique account reference to identify the deposit as theirs.

Get the account reference from the Web App

  1. While logged in to the Web App as your test user, navigate to Accounts -> General. Click the "Deposit" button.

  2. You should see your test user's unique account reference, followed by banking details.

  3. Copy the account reference

Create the deposit in the Admin Dashboard

  1. While logged in to the Admin Dashboard as your admin user, paste the account reference into the search at the top and hit enter.

  2. On the right-hand side of the results, click the "Create manual deposit" link.

  3. You will be taken to the Transactions page with the Create Transaction modal open.

  4. The type of transaction, account reference, and user data should all be pre-filled. All you need to do is select the currency this deposit should be in and the

    amount. In a real-world scenario, the amount will be the amount the user sent to your bank account. In this case, you can enter any amount you want.

  5. When all required fields have been filled out, click "Next" and confirm your transaction.

Your test user's account should now be funded! It may take a few moments to reflect in the Web App. This funding was done to mimic a user deposit. You now have some funds you can use to test the user flows in the Web App.

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