If a person has previously used loans or credit cards with their current passport, then their credit history contains the identification data of the person and the data of the corresponding passport.
Thus, we can determine the passport’s owner by its data, and provide their identification data. The identity of a citizen who has applied for a loan and a credit history subject, who has previously used loan products with a provided document, can be verified by their full name, date of birth and individual tax number.
If the specified passport has been registered as canceled/stolen/lost, or if the credit history subject has left comments on their credit history, the report will also contain the information about this.
In order to verify that the person submitting the passport is its owner, use the Photo-verification report. It allows for comparing a person’s photo with a photo in their passport, with biometric analysis, and check it against the database of photos of compromised persons (i.e., those who have committed fraud).