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A valuable identity verification system for businesses from all industries needing consumer verification and identity screening capabilities.
The need to accurately measure identity risk is met with Precise IDSM for Identity Screening, which provides an aggregated authentication risk score requiring only Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act exception.
Precise IDSM for Identity Screening automates the authentication process during high-risk transactions. With the identity verification services this tool offers, businesses can conduct a quick and accurate risk assessment prior to expanding relationships with consumers or approving account-level activities.
The product also is ideal for application screening and account management in situations where the FCRA permissible purpose for the use of consumer credit data may not apply.
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