IDenfy to provide ID verification tools to Dialics

IDenfy to provide ID verification tools to Dialics

IDenfy, an ID verification, compliance and fraud prevention provider, has reportedly teamed up with (PPC) tracking software Dialics.

Through IDenfy’s identity verification tools, Dialics hopes to accelerate the signup and verification process for its customers, according to a report from FinTech Finance News. The technology will enable Dialics to simplify the registration of new customers, as well as maintain compliance.

One of the draws to the IDenfy solution was its hybrid approach, which combines AI-powered software with an in-house team of experts to thoroughly review ID documents for complete accuracy.

Dialics is a call tracking and analytics software platform. Its platform offers a user-friendly experience that helps companies manage online PPC marketing campaigns and gain analytical data about the ads.

iDenfy CEO Domantas Ciulde said, “Our new partners at Dialics offer convenient conditions for users of all types, including companies of all sizes, solo affiliates, and marketing agencies. With this partnership, our goal is to provide a flexible identity verification solution that enables Dialics to onboard all its customers safely and securely.”

IDenfy is a fraud prevention and identity verification platform that offers a four-step identity verification solution. Its platform uses selfie biometrics and liveness detection to prevent criminals attempting to bypass verification processes through deepfake technology, masks, fake pictures and more.

The RegTech company recently partnered with Finora Bank to automate compliance and secure the onboarding process. The partnership will provide Finora with tools to automate customer due diligence and better manage fraud risks.

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