There are major differences between automatic identity document verification services available online. It is important to choose one that meets your needs. IDCheck.io is committed to providing a high-performance, continuously improved service.
Whatever your acquisition mode (scanner, smartphone, camera…), drop the image of the document to analyze on our download area. JPEG, PNG, PDF, TIFF formats are accepted. You can also manually enter the MRZ (which is the Machine-Readable Zone). In less than 12 seconds, the document is analyzed and the tool tells you if it is a real identity document.
Thanks to our web or mobile SDK solutions, integrate our capture tools directly into your applications as a white label. These tools then transmit, via our APIs, the information for the automated verification of documents and user identities.
Your verification credits are only deducted when the result of the analysis is obtained and you have been able to access the inspection report.
When connected to our services, all exchanges are secure. After analyzing your document, we do not keep any trace of them or the report provided (unless explicitly requested by you, see terms and conditions), ensuring total confidentiality of the pieces analyzed.
You get a clear answer regarding the compliance of the document analyzed allowing you to make an informed decision immediately. You can also download a detailed inspection report detailing all the phases of the analysis, a report of the checks performed and the information extracted from the document.
The heart of IDCHECK.IO has multiple interfaces. Take a look at our APIs and SDKs and easily integrate our expertise into your solutions.
MRZ stands for Machine-Readable Zone. It is an area designed to be automatically read by an optical reader (e.g. a scanner) located at the bottom of identity document (ID cards, passports, residence permits, etc.). It comprises between one and three lines of alphanumeric characters and chevrons (<). Apart from the data already mentioned in the upper part of the document, this zone, with a very precise layout, contains codes enabling a compliance check to be carried out.
The IDCheck.io identity document analysis service is based on a variety of checks. These controls are different depending on the document submitted; they include the verification of compliance of the MRZ or the bar code, compliance between the information in the MRZ or in the bar code and that printed on the document, the overall appearance of the document, the security patterns on the documents and whether the document has expired.
The document submitted has not been recognized. Maybe the submitted image cannot be automatically analyzed. For optimal analysis of the submitted documents, we recommend a resolution that permits easy reading of the information printed on the document. No credit will be deducted until a detailed inspection report is returned to you.
IDCheck.io aims to be able to analyze any identity document from anywhere in the world, like passports, identity cards, visas, residence permits, driving licenses, etc. Today we support documents issued in over 190 countries, and this expertise is expanding every day.
You can credit your account when you’re logged in, by clicking on your email address, tab “Credit”. You can choose from a selection of direct access credit packs which you pay for straightaway with your credit card. For customized offers, please contact us.
You can delete your account by logging into your account page and clicking on the button to delete this account. You will then be disconnected from the service and your account will be deleted. You will receive an email confirming the deletion of your account. IDCHECK.IO however, reserves the right to retain your email address in order to avoid the creation of a new account using the same address.
If you’ve lost your password, go to the password reset page accessible below the account log-in fields. You will then have to enter your email address. An email will then be sent so you can reset your password. No password has been created if you signed up using LinkedIn, Facebook or Google+ provider so there is no way to reset your password.
You can change your password either by logging into your account, or by resetting it if you lose it. If you want to change your password by accessing your account, please log in, by clicking on your email address (in the top right), and go to page “Your account”. You then simply enter your old password along with the new password you have selected. No password has been created if you signed up using LinkedIn, Facebook or Google+ provider so there is no way to change password.
Creating your account is very simple. Go here and enter your email and a password, or choose to log in with one click via your Google, Facebook or LinkedIn account. An email confirming the creation of your IDCheck.io account will be sent to you.
The IDCheck.io service is published and implemented by ARIADNEXT, an expert in document control and provider of security solutions and secured SaaS mode paperless systems. For more information, please visit www.ariadnext.com.
The automatic control of a document produced by IDCheck.io takes, on average, less than 12 seconds.
IDCheck.io is available at any time of the day or night.
IDCheck.io can analyse different images of the same document taken under different lights to carry out more detailed verification.
IDCheck.io provides a check report that can be used by your applications as well as a PDF certificate that can be archived as evidence of having carried out the checks.
IDCheck.io works with images of the documents supplied, with no other type of information.
The IDCheck.io Mobile SDK optimises the capture of the identity document. Initial processing takes place directly on the mobile, and can provide a result in one second.
IDCheck.io covers 208 countries and organisations and its database contains several thousand templates.
By default, IDCheck.io does not save any trace of the personal data you submit, but the data can be stored for your exclusive use on request.
The IDCheck.io mobile SDK will very soon be able to read the chips in identity documents that contain them.