Once you submitted your data to us, our Data Team went through a thorough checking process, carefully scanning each of your records to ensure there were no red flags or missing information…
This is where Load Approval comes in to save the day! We’ll load all the data that we can for you into the system so that you can enjoy the benefits from the earliest opportunity, and then show you which of your data entries we need to be reviewed, resolved or classified before ingestion.
Log in, click on the file uploader (cloud and arrow icon), then click ‘Load Approval’ and ‘All items’. This will take you to a list of the data entries that our system flagged for review.
Don’t panic – entries are at an applicant-level, rather than mortgage-level, so if you’ve got multiple applicants, this list could shrink down twice as fast as you’d expect!
Click on a row to see details of the consumer and issue.
Red errors are ‘hard issues’ missing compulsory fields that we’ll need you to fill in for us to upload the record.
Yellow “i”s are ‘soft issues’ – items for review, such as duplicate consumer names or contact details.
Blue “?”s are issues that we’re looking for you to help us classify, such as ‘we think this is a further advance rather than a new mortgage’…
Make any changes straight into the highlighted text boxes and click the save button in the top right of your screen. Once you’re ready, click ‘submit’ changes to finish. If there’s anything you’re unable to fix or change, please click ‘unable to fix’ in the top right and let us know where you need our help.
After you’ve submitted your changes, we’ll run it through another data cleansing process and get the records added to the system.
For a video walkthrough, check out this video.
Happy data validating!
The Engineering Team have been busy updating features in Load Approval to make the experience smoother. Issues with contact details will no longer block submissions (for first of second applicants), so you can speed through that list if you’ve not got all the client details to hand. Mortgages with a historical expiry date will be automatically removed from the list, to save you from correcting something that may turn up in completions – but mortgages with an expiry date before the specified start date will be flagged as a hard error that needs to be seen to.