BitBucket API for Users not returning repositories

I am using REST API to connect to BitBucket. I call into passing to it Consumer Key & Secret and it returns me access token. I then use that access token (as bearer) and pass it to my next API call

The returned JSON contains user name, etc but the repositories array is empty.

Where could I be going wrong?

My code is in Ruby:

 def GetUserAccess(userEmail)
        url = ""

        reqObj = url, strAuth_Consumer_Key, strAuth_Consumer_Secret
        responseData = "grant_type=client_credentials"
        puts responseData
        #Returns access_token, scopes, expires_in & refresh_token.
        #scopes = "pipeline:write webhook snippet:write wiki issue:write pullrequest:write repository:admin project:write team:write account:write"

        accessToken = 'Bearer ' + JSON.parse(responseData)["access_token"]
        headers = {Authorization: accessToken, accept: :json}

        url = "{userEmail}"
        output = "BitBucket:".ljust(20)
            responseData = RestClient.get(url,headers)
            puts responseData
            #Returns User details which means user was found, but the repositories array is empty for all users.
            jsonObj = JSON.parse(responseData)
            output += "Has Access To Repos   "
            jsonObj["repositories"].each do |repo|
                output += repo["name"] + ",   "
        rescue RestClient::NotFound, TypeError => e
            output += "No Access"

        puts output

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