When using this endpoint in the Sandbox, you can request a specific set of data by registering and requesting data for a consumer with a specific Social Security number. In this case, the trigger for specific data is the 1st digit of the Sandbox consumer's SSN. There are 4 deterministic responses, each corresponding to an SSN with 1st digit: 0, 1, 2 and 3. If the 1st digit of the consumer's SSN is not in this set, the data returned will be random.
For example, you can register a Sandbox consumer with the SSN: 099-99-9999. Then, when requesting their credit.experian.attributes, the following data will always be returned for that consumer:
Note that you could have registered the consumer with an SSN of 088-88-8888 or 012-34-5678. As long as the 1st digit of their SSN is 0 (i.e. the SSN is of the form: 0XX-XX-XXXX) you can be certain the above data will always be returned.
See the examples below for all the possible responses that correspond with the 1st digit of a Sandbox consumer's SSN.
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