Filter JSON Responce and Store Single Parameter as Variable as a list for next request Sonar Billing API

I am trying to do the following but am having issues storing the variables. Using runner I have been able to use CSVs converted from JSON outputs. I am new to postman and Sonar v1 API is not the greatest in terms of what you can outright do/request. This is for a 477 teleco submission and I have never had to work this form. Sonar does output some needed data but I need to list out each account, the services they currently subscribe to, and whether that service is a data or a voice service.

Thank you all in advance for any help and incite!

Request 1 : {{sonarURL}}/api/v1/accounts?limit=100&page=1

Pulls all accounts and outputs to JSON but only stores the account IDs in a list or string of variables

JSON Response example

{
“data”: [
{
“id”: 1111,
“name”: “Test User”,
“account_status_id”: 2,
“account_type_id”: 3,
“account_groups”: [3],
“balance_due”: 64.95,
“balance_total”: “64.95”,
“sub_accounts”: ,
“next_bill_date”: “2019-02-09”,
“delinquent”: false
},

    {
        "id": 3333,
        "name": "Pamela & Ian Lastname",
        "account_status_id": 2,
        "account_type_id": 1,
        "account_groups": [],
        "balance_due": 0,
        "balance_total": "0.00",
        "sub_accounts": [],
        "next_bill_date": "2020-04-02",
        "delinquent": false
    },

}

Request 2 : {{sonarURL}}/api/v1/accounts/:account_id/services

Pull a list of all service IDs per each account ID listed in the Request 1 response. Each Service ID will also need to be stored in a variable for the following request

something like

{
“user_id”: 1111,
“service_ids”: 2222,4444,6666,8888
}

Request 3 : {{sonarURL}}/api/v1/system/services/:id

Service Lookup by ID Response Example

{

"data": {
    "id": 2222,
   "active": true,
    "name": "Modem Rental",
    "type": "expiring",
    "application": "debit",
    "amount": 10,
    "times_to_run": 12,
    "limit_adjustments": false,
    "period_days": 0,
    "max_amount_per_period": 0,
    "taxes": [],
    "roles": [],
    "data_service": false,
    "upload_in_kilobits": 0,
    "download_in_kilobits": 0,
    "technology_code": 0,
    "usage_based_billing_policy_id": null,
    "unit_quantity_in_gigabytes": null,
    "general_ledger_code_id": 29,
    "tax_exemption_amount": 0,
    "voice_service": false,
    "unlimited_local_minutes": false,
    "unlimited_long_distance_minutes": false,
    "local_minutes": null,
    "local_minutes_amount": 0,
    "long_distance_minutes": null,
    "long_distance_minutes_amount": 0,
    "first_interval_in_seconds": null,
    "sub_interval_in_seconds": null,
    "local_prefixes": [],
    "inbound_toll_free_rate": 0,
    "billing_frequency_in_months": 1,
    "account_groups": []
}

}

Looks up each individual service and filters for specific parameters to output into a JSON.

Ideally, I would like something like below.

"data": {   
 {
    "user_id": 1111,
    "service_id": 2222,
    "name": "Modem Rental",
    "data_service": false,
    "voice_service": false,
   }
 {
    "user_id": 1111,
    "service_id": 4444,
    "name": "Modem Rental",
    "data_service": false,
    "voice_service": false,
   }
 {
    "user_id": 3333,
    "service_id": 6666,
    "name": "Modem Rental",
    "data_service": false,
    "voice_service": false,
   }
 {
    "user_id": 9999,
    "service_id": 5555,
    "name": "Modem Rental",
    "data_service": false,
    "voice_service": false,
   }

}