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The IDCheck.io service

Who publishes the IDCheck.io service?

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.

Does the service provide an answer quickly enough?

The automatic control of a document produced by IDCheck.io takes, on average, less than 12 seconds.

Is the service available 24/7?

IDCheck.io is available at any time of the day or night.

Can the service make use of infrared or ultraviolet images of documents?

IDCheck.io can analyse different images of the same document taken under different lights to carry out more detailed verification.

Does the service provide a check report for your archives?

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.

Does the service process images of identity documents or does it just analyse textual data (document number, holder etc.)?

IDCheck.io works with images of the documents supplied, with no other type of information.

Does the service offer a mobile capture SDK to optimise the customer experience on mobile devices?

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.

Does the service cover all different identity documents (passports, visas, national identity cards etc.) as well as my geographical area of interest?

IDCheck.io covers 208 countries and organisations and its database contains several thousand templates.

Can the service store this verification evidence for you?

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.

Can the service read the electronic chip contained in certain documents?

The IDCheck.io mobile SDK will very soon be able to read the chips in identity documents that contain them.

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