Why choose us?
Access identity documents across 248 countries and territories to verify identity.
Use digital signatures to remove the occurrence of fake or tampered IDs.
Precise data extraction
Use AI to extract data from identity documents in milliseconds.
Automate document verification and enhance customer experience.
How it works?
Capture images from identity documents like National IDs, Passports, Driving Licenses and Company related documents.
Extract data from images using AI technology in milliseconds with unparalleled accuracy.
Access the database to verify if the document matches the individual and is real.
Document Verification Features
- The user clicks an image of the required ID document.
- If the captured image appears misaligned, our APIs trigger a recapture.
- This allows users to complete the entire process in a single try, reducing errors.
- Data from the captured document image is extracted using software, not requiring manual typing by your users.
- OCR software extracts the required information, automating all data entry.
- The extracted data is then verified against identity documents from 248 countries and territories.
- Documents are also checked using government repositories to validate identity.
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What is KYC?
Know Your Customer (KYC) is an identity verification process that authenticates the real identity of customers during onboarding.
What is Enhanced Due Diligence?
EDD goes beyond CDD and looks to establish a higher level of identity assurance with additional verification steps such as verifying the customer’s address.
How do you perform KYC?
Three key steps are involved in our identity process; first, we read the document and extract identity data; next, we check the person on camera is real and matches the document; finally, we verify document authenticity via government databases or using the digital signatures on the document.
What are the requirements for KYC?
KYC document requirements vary according to a region’s jurisdiction but generally include
- A government-issued ID card
- Driving License
- Voter’s ID
- Birth certificates
Why is KYC required?
KYC helps financial institutions verify the identity of customers and prevents companies from being used in illegal financial activities. KYC also helps firms understand their customer’s financial behaviour, aiding in a better user experience.
What is eKYC?
eKYC or Digital KYC refers to a remote, paperless KYC process, that can be completed digitally. The steps involved in eKYC are:
- AI document scanning
- Biometric face recognition
- Digital document verification
How long does KYC verification take?
uqudo’s identity verification can be completed in less than 10 seconds.
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