Customers entity holds a vast amount of information. As such, we've added an
$expand parameter to this request to allows you to view specific types of customer information. Here's what you need to know about this request:
- There are several objects nested within the
Customersentity. Each object can be expanded to display its information, and multiple objects can be expanded in a single request.
- Here's a list of the objects nested within the
Nested Customer Objects
|CreditScore||This holds a customer's credit score information from the three available credit reporting agencies.|
|CustomFieldValues||This holds information for the custom fields associated with this customer.|
|Documents||This holds information for the documents that have been associated with this customer.|
|Employer||This holds information regarding the customer's employer.|
|Loans||This holds information about the loans that are associated with this customer.|
|MailAddress||This holds the customer's mailing address.|
|Notes||This holds information for the notes that have been associated with this customer.|
|PaymentAccounts||This holds the customer's payment profile information.|
|Phones||This holds the customer's phone information.|
|PrimaryAddress||This holds the customer's primary residency.|
|References||This holds information regarding the customer's references.|
|SocialProfiles||This holds the customer's social media profile information.|
For an example of how customer information works within the UI, take a look at our Customer Overview article.
For information regarding customer database tables, see the following articles:
- Database – Customer Main Table (customer_entity)
- Database – Customer Status Entity (customer_status_entity)
Try It Instructions
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If you would like to try this request with your own tenant account, make sure to change the headers to match your own authentication information.