Onboard more legitimate customers and keep the fraudsters away
Your all-in-one solution!
Verify identity by comparing personal details (date of birth, address, name, SSN) against authoritative sources.
Phone number verification
Validate personal details with mobile carriers and screen the number for any prior fraudulent activity.
Verify and validate any email address within one request.
Monitor risk in real-time, including PEP, OFAC, HIO, sanctions lists, and criminal records.
Prevent fraudulent activity such as multi-accounting, bonus abuse, identity theft, account takeover, and more.
ID + selfie verification
Automatically verify 'high-risk’ customers with photo ID and selfie checks in a snap.
Knowledge-based authentication (KBA)
Verify users with out of wallet questions pulled from their official credit records. (KBA is only required in some U.S. states).
Geometrics as a KBA alternative
Verify and detect fraud with less friction. A faster and more cost-effective solution than KBA that satisfies the “Enhanced KYC” requirement in Pennsylvania.
Why IDComply ?
Onboard more legitimate customers
Save on costs and focus on your customer
Safeguard your business and protect profits
Monitor pass rates in real-time
How it works
Find the sweet spot between compliance and user-friendly onboarding.
Verify customers instantly with customizable fields that meet each jurisdiction’s compliance rules, asking for only the minimum required information. Actively monitor your performance and optimize the onboarding experience through actionable data insights and regular UX recommendations.
Verify your customer through the best data sources – with one API call.
IDComply removes the complexity of multiple integrations with various vendors. Its waterfall logic verifies data through multiple sources and automatically checks every subsequent source until a successful verification is achieved.
Alternative verification methods that don’t leave any customer behind.
An alternative option is provided for quick and efficient document scanning in the unlikely scenario of a verification failure for ‘high-risk’ customers. IDComply automatically collects data from photo IDs, easily verified with selfies.
Get more for less with IDComply
|Integration||1 per vendor||Single integration|
|Integration 1 per vendor||Single integration|
|Minimum Commitments Yes||No|
|Set-up Fees Yes||No|
|Anti-Fraud Capabilities No||Yes|
|UX Advisory No||Yes|
Frequently asked questions
AML (Anti-Money Laundering) compliance is a set of procedures and controls gaming/gambling providers develop to prevent and combat money laundering, terrorist financing, and other financial crimes. This usually includes KYC (Know Your Customer) procedures which involve verifying the identity of customers and understanding the nature of their business relationship with a company.
KYC (Know Your Customer) is an identity verification measure for players in the gaming/gambling industry to identify and verify the customers who sign up to their websites online and via mobile. KYC checks can identify bad risk actors and high-risk users. This process reduces the risk of identity fraud and combats money laundering activity.
Identity verification is essential for gaming/gambling operators because it helps to verify the identity of players, reduce the risk of identity fraud and combat money laundering activity. It also ensures that players are who they claim to be before they can start playing.
IDComply has live dashboards and reports that allow you to analyze your user demographics, identify gaps in your UX design that might lead to partial matches or abandoned registrations, and monitor your overall pass rates to assess your KYC process continuously.
IDComply does not store any PII (Personal Identifiable Information). It only stores anonymized applicant data as the GUPI (Global Unique Player Identifier), uniquely assigned to each registrant.
Definitely. Once we kick off onboarding, our support teams guide you through the implementation process and help you incorporate our best practices. Upon integration, we conduct testing and a UX review before we allow the solution to go live.
Yes. While our solution comes with suggested best practices to ensure compliance and efficiency, as well as data points to collect, the structure of our data waterfall is entirely customizable.
You are only charged for a single transaction regardless of the number of vendors utilized to verify the user.
Upon contract signature, we provide our technical documents and integration best practices; hence, the timeline will depend entirely on your development and QA resources. Typically, it takes as little as a few days.
No, IDComply stores these multiple attempts as “Cached Transactions” What this means is that if the user repeatedly inputs the same information, there will be no charge to the business as we do not re-run the KYC but simply provide the output initially stored for that user. If the person failed in the past, they will continue to fail repeatedly.