The e-OSCAR team is proud to announce the introduction of Services by e-OSCAR.
Services by e-OSCAR is a new way to integrate with e-OSCAR via Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). Leveraging our API endpoints, Data Furnishers will be able to process a variety of types of e-OSCAR transactions asynchronously, without using the e-OSCAR application.
Furnishers can receive and respond to Automated Credit Dispute Verifications (ACDVs), submit Automated Universal Data forms (AUDs), receive Notifications from Consumer Reporting Agencies, download Archive data, and more.
If your firm is interested in learning more about integrating with us via Services by e-OSCAR, please send an email by clicking HERE (be sure to include your Company's e-OSCAR Registration ID in the email so we can authenticate your company).
Services by e-OSCAR Document Repository:
|e-OSCAR API License Agreement||This License Agreement governs all use of the various e-OSCAR Services. You MUST click and accept this Agreement in full prior to accessing or using any e-OSCAR API or e-OSCAR API Resources. You may need to open the document in Adobe Acrobat in order to complete and submit the form. If you are unable to execute through Adobe, please email Christy Macdonald for additional information on how to proceed.|
|Addendum Regarding Utilization of Third Party Service Provider||If your firm is intending to use a Third Party Service Provider in conjunction with API Services, you MUST execute and return this form to e-OSCAR via email (to Christy Macdonald at firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|e-OSCAR API Services Matrix||This document details the various capabilities offered through Services by e-OSCAR|
|e-OSCAR API Services Pricing Matrix||This document details onboarding costs and ongoing, monthly charges associated with Services by e-OSCAR|
|e-OSCAR API Services Implementation Guide||This document details the various steps and processes required to facilitate Data Furnishers' implementation of Services by e-OSCAR. This document should be used during Technical Specification Review, User Acceptance Preparation and Testing, API Production Implementation and Ongoing API Processing Support|
|e-OSCAR API Services Versioning Guide||This document provides guidance to Data Furnishers regarding ongoing and periodic application versioning changes|
|API Final Acceptance Form (Interactive Users)||This form is used by Data Furnishers to acknowledge acceptance of API Services prior to go-live in Production|
|API Final Acceptance Form (Batch Users)||This form is used by Batch Data Furnishers to acknowledge acceptance of API Services prior to go-live in Production|
|API Services Deployment Plan (Interactive Users)||This document details each step to be followed (including timelines) for deployment of API Services to Production|
|API Services Deployment Plan (Batch Users)||This document details each step to be followed (including timeliens) for deployment of API Services to Production by Batch Data Furnishers|
Note that some documentation above is password protected. You may request a password by clicking the hyperlink below.
All endpoint documentation, including schema, JSON and XML files, YAML files, etc. are stored in a secure file directory at Swaggerhub.com. Access to any and all e-OSCAR API Services documentation within Swaggerhub must be provisioned in advance by OLDE personnel subsequent to execution of an appropriate non-disclosure agreement. No more than three Swaggerhub licenses per Data Furnisher shall be issued; all Swaggerhub licenses are bound to specific email addresses. OLDE will allow for shared email boxes to be utilized to facilitate sharing of endpoint documentation within an organization.
To request access to password protected documents included in the Document Repository above or to secure access to the e-OSCAR API Services endpoint documentation, send an us an email by clicking (HERE)
Services by e-OSCAR Release Notes:
|January 2022 Release Notes||Details updates to certain v1 endpoints as well as creation of v2 schema. All v2 schema updates must be implemented within six (6) months of release date (TBD)|