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As you and your borrower navigate through the application, any number of actions can trigger an email notification to your borrower. Here are some of the emails your borrower may receive, how often they’ll receive them, and if needed, how to stop your borrower from receiving them.
Once you’ve completed setting up a new loan, your borrower will receive an email prompting them to activate their account. The email subject will read: “Complete your [company] loan application.” This email will come from noreply@[your company].com. The borrower will receive the email once, and if they do not activate their account with that link in seven days, the link will stop working. The borrower will only receive this email again if you send the email invitation again.
Account has Been Activated
After your borrower has activated their account, they will receive an email letting them know that their account has been activated and that they can now log in. The email subject will read: “Your [company] loan application.” The email will come from noreply@[your company].com. They will only receive this email once.
Complete the Application
If your borrower stops short of submitting their application or doesn’t complete a process, they will receive an email reminding them to complete it about an hour after their application session ends. The email subject will read: “You’re almost done!” The email will come from noreply@[your company].com. They will only receive this email once.
Complete a Follow-Up Request
Once your borrower has submitted their application, you may need to request additional follow-up information. The email subject will read: “Additional Information required for your [company] loan application.” The email will come from noreply@[your company].com. When you request a follow-up, they’ll receive this email from noreply@[your company].com.
If the borrower does not complete the follow-up request in Blend, they will continue to receive this follow up reminder email once every 48 hours for a total of 3 times. If you don’t want your borrower to receive the follow-up request email anymore because you’ve already received the information, you don’t need it anymore, or for any other reason, go to the Follow-Ups tab of the loan.
To turn off follow-up email reminders to the borrower, in the Follow Ups tab, click the "..." and select "Turn off notifications to all borrowers."
You can mark the follow-up as complete if you've received it outside of Blend. That will stop email notifications from going to the borrower.
You can also remove the request from the list. That will also stop notifications from going out to the borrower.