Does the following make sense?

I am working on a Meteor app which is a framework on top of nodeJs.
So far I could get a token which type is Bearer and scope is identity.

My patreon creator page is

With that token I call the following endpoint:

Is the following correct? Assuming that I only have one tier:

const url = '';
const options = {
  headers: {
    'Content-Type': 'application/x-www-form-urlencoded',
    'Authorization': 'Bearer ' + access_token
};'GET', url, options, function(error, response) {
  if (!error) {
    const patreonUser = JSON.parse(response.content);
    return Meteor.users.update({_id: userId},
        $set: {
          patronStatus: patreonUser.included[0].attributes.patron_status || null,
          patreonLastChargeDate: patreonUser.included[0].attributes.last_charge_date || null,
          patreonLastChargeStatus: patreonUser.included[0].attributes.last_charge_status || null

I mean, will patreonUser.included[0].attributes.patron_status be ‘active_patron’ if the user has paid?

I guess, I don’t have a way to check until I get my first patreon.
I guess I am not getting the following 3 fields in the api response because they are null:
I will get those fields for patrons that are actually paying.