Electronic Identity Verification (eIDV) is the use of information in public and private databases to quickly confirm whether an individual is who they claim to be based on personal information such as their name, date of birth, Social Security number, and address.

The result of trying to confirm an individual’s identity could be a match, nonmatch, or partial match.

Electronic Identity Verification is used by banks and other financial Organizations to minimize fraud and comply with

eIDV is also used by insurance companies, governments, retailers, casinos, lawyers, employers, job recruiters, and real estate agents as part of their due diligence processes.

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