Helpful answers to your most pressing Tillable questions.
Remember that prior to submitting an offer on any farm, you must fill out your Farm Operation Profile. After that, there are 5 basic steps:
After you submit your offer, wait for the offer deadline to pass. At this point, the landlord will review all offers at once, and begin contacting farmers with whom they would like to continue conversations.
Tillable partners with a payment processing platform, Dwolla, to set up and manage all banking information on the Tillable platform. Dwolla specializes in software that securely transfers large sums of money and works with many technology companies similar to Tillable.
This information is required to verify your identity in compliance with Federal anti-money laundering regulations. This is a requirement for all large online transactions.
All banking information is stored and managed by Dwolla and is not stored on the Tillable platform.
Dwolla employs a number of safeguards to properly verify users and accounts before they can be connected to the platform. The verification steps are outlined below. A strong password should also be used to manage your account.
Before you can set up your bank account account on Tillable it is important to review your Farm Operation profile and ensure the personal or business details are up to date. This information is required to verify your account through Dwolla and complete the signup process.
Once the above information has been verified you can begin connecting your payment source.
Connecting Your Payment Source
Once your personal or business identity is verified, link your bank account for automatic rent payments by using one of the two options below:
Option 1: Instant Account Verification
This can be done using an online banking login
Option 2: Micro Deposits
Using a blank or voided check, input the account and routing number verification
If you have questions about connecting your payment source please call Tillable at 833-845-5225 ext. 2
Good question. When you rent farmland through Tillable, you’ll be expected to share farm operation details with your landlord. Reports may be simple uploads from precision agriculture tools you’re already using, reports you receive from other sources such as your soil management contractor, scale tickets or other documentation. Other farmers and landlords on Tillable cannot see your data.
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