ID Verify by Trueface

Simplest way to verify identities online

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API, Widgets, and no-code solutions for digital identity verification and KYC/AML compliance.

Traditional identity verification tools are expensive, use antiquated techniques and have high setup costs. We used our expertise in facial recognition to develop a solution with transparent pricing and zero setup fees.

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Ayush Chandra
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
Great job!! This should be applicable with full security concerns
Ian Lenhart
Ian LenhartMakerHiring@ian_lenhart · Developer Evangelist @
@ayush_chandra Thanks for the feedback Ayush! That is our objective :)
Shaun Moore
Shaun MooreMakerHiring@shaun_moore
Hi PH! Thank you @Nickabouzeid for hunting! To provide further info about our ID Verify solution. Custom tailor the Trueface ID Verify solution to fit your requirements and bypass the features you don’t need. ID Verify can do all of the following: - Face Recognition - AML Checks - Optical Character Recognition (OCR) - Document Verification - Web Verification - Spoof Detection (Presentation Attacks) - Adversarial Attack Protection Implement ID Verify in one of three easy ways: 1. Trueface API 2. Implement the ID Verify widget with just two lines of code into your website or app 3. Send ID Verify requests directly from the Trueface dashboard
Ouriel Ohayon
Ouriel Ohayon@ourielohayon · KZen, CEO / Co-founder isai (VC)
@nickabouzeid @shaunpmoore can you verify IDs out of the USA? who host/owns the data after the KYC is done?
Ian Lenhart
Ian LenhartMakerHiring@ian_lenhart · Developer Evangelist @
@nickabouzeid @shaunpmoore @ourielohayon Hey Ouriel great question! Yes we can verify 150+ Countries. You own the data after a verification is completed but we store a copy unless you specify otherwise.
FranckInJapan@franckinjapan · Senior UI/UX Designer/Developer in Japan
@ian_lenhart Where can we find a listing of all the documents/countries your service can cover? +150 countries is way too vague. Thanks!
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@shaunpmoore I have a NEXUS card (a trusted traveler card from the U.S. government for Canadians) and the photo is from when I was ten years old (they use the photo from your first application when you renew). I am wondering if this would work, as I look very different from the photo on my ID versus now?
Shaun Moore
Shaun MooreMakerHiring@shaun_moore
@askdaylen Lets put it to the test! Email me at
Leon Overweel
Leon Overweel@layon_overwhale
What are the pricing options for the on-prem version, where (I assume) our users' documents never hit your servers?
Shaun Moore
Shaun MooreMakerHiring@shaun_moore
@layon_overwhale Please email me at and I can help answer that question for you.