Account

Here is an example API documentation for the endpoint used for checking account's package status.

REQUEST

Endpoint

https://stopbot.net/api/account?apikey={APIKEY}

HTTP Method

GET

Description

This endpoint is used to check the status of a package account using the provided API key. The request should be made using the GET method and include the API key as a parameter.

Parameter(s)

  • apikey (string, required): The API key provided to the user.

Example Request

CURL "https://stopbot.net/api/account?apikey=9ca6f45b2e9821b3a964c0f79cb67dc3"

Example Response

Success Response

If the HTTP response is 200 (success response), it will generate the following response:
{
"status": "success",
"Apikey": "9ca6f45b2e9821b3a964c0f79cb67dc3",
"Packages": "Silver Plan",
"Quota": "65000",
"Usage": "100",
"ExpiredDate": "[UTC-0] 2023-06-23 03:51:32",
"timeResponse": "2023-06-8 23:00"
}

Description on successful response

  • status: Response Status: The value is "success" if the request is successful.
  • token: Account token sent in the response.
  • Packages: Name of the active account package.
  • Quota: Amount of available quota in the account package.
  • Usage: Current usage amount.
  • ExpiredDate: Date and time when the package will expire.
  • timeResponse: Date and time when the response was sent.

Failed Response

If the HTTP response is 400 or 401 (failed response), it will generate the following response:
{
"status": "failed",
"timeResponse": "2023-06-8 23:00"
}

Description on failed response:

  • status: Response Status: The value is "failed" if the request fails.
  • timeResponse: Date and time when the response was sent.

Notes

  • Please make sure to replace apikey with a valid API key.
  • Check the value of the HTTP response to determine the appropriate response.
  • Please note the date and time format used in the response.