Ensure all instances of fraud are visible as part of your customer onboarding process.
Using document tamper detection in your digital onboarding journey will help reduce your risk of fraud by identifying faked or fraudulent identity documents. And because the document image is captured and stored in your audit trail, you can clearly demonstrate excellent compliance behaviours.
Our technology identifies the fingerprints that digital tampering leaves behind, helping your business lower the risk of fraud and loss.
Our machine-learning technology detects physical tamper detection Recaptured images and face substitution to help businesses fight identity fraud.
The ability to change how you process a document is controlled by the tolerance level setting. The choice of three tolerance levels means you choose how to balance document reading variations against your acceptable level of risk.
Types of digital document tampering include chromatic aberration, sensor noise and JPEG compression. The software inspects the metadata of an ID image to indicate that the image was generated / saved using an image editor e.g. MS Photos, PaintShop Pro, Adobe Photoshop CS6.
A photo of a printed/displayed digitally tampered image does not contain any traces of digital tampering because it’s a genuine digital image. Therefore, detecting recaptured images is key to fraud prevention.
If a picture of a document has been used for customer checks, our technology can determine the original print quality of the document. We can verify if the image captured is of a real document or a home-printed, fraudulent version.
Access to a global library of more than 8,000 document types means a 100% decision rate for your customers being onboarded. We identify feature and noise levels of regions that correspond to printed characters and detect whether the image is an authentic physical ID document or a recapture on paper or a screen. And in the case of digital tampering being detected, you’ll get notified with clear visuals in your Investigation Studio for use in your compliance audit trail.
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Tampered documents are used by fraudsters to commit identity fraud such as application fraud, bonus fraud and money laundering.
Yes, our physical and digital tamper detection technology can identify counterfeits, forgeries and fakes.
The analysis may return a refer result if we are unable to authenticate the document. The most common reasons for this are low quality, cropped document, high glare or shadowing.
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