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Adding dual approval process to the schedule management
discussed on the call with Craig on 9/18/2020
the following change is needed in FTM for Dual Approval:
Life-cycle management of scheduled payments
Record list of approvers, approver decision, approval deadline
On reaching approval deadline, the future dated payment would need to be cancelled and customer would need to be notified. For ex, for a small business if there are multiple owners and one of them sets up a payment for 7 days from current day. One of the other owners has 5 days from current day to approve it. If it is not approved by that deadline, the payment will be rejected
In case of an approver decline, the payment should no longer be processed
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