Deter Imposters & Reduce False Positives
Simple, Fast, Seamless User Experience
The Selified identity verification service easily verifies an individual by asking them to take a special ‘selfie’. Selified extracts data from the ID, verifies this information through its progressive identity verification workflow and provides an instant result. It’s simple, immediate and customer friendly. This improved online identity verification experience will result in more customers acceptance, fewer dropouts and help you to establish a long and trusted relationship with your customers.
Plug & Play, Easy Set Up
Setting up Selified’s selfie identity verification service is straightforward. We provide an easy to use software development kit (SDK) which can be integrated into your existing solutions and business processes. Our flexible progressive identify verification architecture allows you to select the most appropriate types of ID verifications to suit your needs.
Know your customer & anti-money laundering (KYC/AML) checks are not optional – they are mandated by the regulator. The regulatory pressure to know who organisations are doing business with is increasing. Selified’s identity verification service verifies the real person and their credentials by accessing various independent data sources as recommended by the regulator. The management console allows you to you view and audit all your customer verifications from one single dashboard.
Identity verification Workflow
Customer initiates the registration process via web/mobile
Image processing technology will extract data and auto fill forms
Comprehensive verification report for decisioning
We provide a software development kit (SDK) that help you to easily integrate the Selified identity verification service into your own application. The sandbox environment lets you run as many test verifications as you'd like while integrating without incurring any costs. If you ever have any questions while integrating, please visit our support page or call our support team for assistance.
The deadline for EU member states to implement PSD2 is January 2018. This mandates that banks open up access to certain of their services to third parties and mandates that strong customer authentication (SCA) is used to assert identity when accessing these services or performing risky functions – eg making a payment.GDPR penalties for data breach
The GDPR applies from May 2018 and governs, amongst other things, the way in which personal information, including security credentials, should be looked after. Failure to comply could give rise to
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