Be sure they are who they say they are
Thomson Reuters CLEAR ID Confirm is the premium electronic identity verification solution infused with public records data. Customizable for your organization’s needs, minimize the potential for fraud and meet regulatory requirements.
How it works
Quickly verify identities with transparent data
Compare the information provided against mountains of continuously updated public and proprietary data to confirm whether or not an identity is valid. Access live credit data, daily updated utility and phone files, corporate filing data, FEIN Data, and more to confirm your verification data is accurate and up to date.
Surface false or risky identities immediately
CLEAR ID Confirm can detect fraudulent identities quickly by incorporating risk flags –such as passport MRZ verification, death records, redundant SSNs, OFAC listing, and other businesses linked to same FEIN - into searches. These flags provide an additional layer of protection against identity fraud and allow your organization to know when further investigative due diligence is necessary.
Verify international subjects
Introducing CLEAR ID CONFIRM International
Access expanded identification verification for international and non-U.S. subjects, including identity confirmation within 35 countries. Know what information is incorrect while receiving scoring and transparent data sources information.
Learn more about advanced CLEAR capabilities
Bring together key proprietary and public records into one intuitive, customizable environment.
Search thousands of people or businesses at once, and choose the data you want returned.
Perform searches within your own internal user interface so you can work more efficiently in a familiar environment.
Quickly review risk indicators such as arrests, bankruptcies, redundant SSNs, synthetic identity, and more across state and federal criminal jurisdictions.
Thomson Reuters is not a consumer reporting agency and none of its services or the data contained therein constitute a ‘consumer report’ as such term is defined in the Federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), 15 U.S.C. sec. 1681 et seq. The data provided to you may not be used as a factor in consumer debt collection decisioning, establishing a consumer’s eligibility for credit, insurance, employment, government benefits, or housing, or for any other purpose authorized under the FCRA. By accessing one of our services, you agree not to use the service or data for any purpose authorized under the FCRA or in relation to taking an adverse action relating to a consumer application.