In this release, we have added support for the Chinese language in the Dashboard, rolled out a new solution tailored to the iGaming industry, extended Non-Doc verification and database cross-check country list and methods, and added support for CIPC in South Africa for Business Verification.
In this month, we've implemented the new verification methods for Nigeria, Columbia, and USA. From now, our Non-Doc Verification can be alternatively added to the stage of document selection. We've also taken care of reducing potential risks by improving Applicant Risk Score.
In this release, we have added the ability to use Residence Permit and UAE IDs as a basis for verification through government databases, Non-Doc verification for the UK now requires only online banking credentials and device authentication, Transaction Monitoring introduces a new UI for rules, and many more.
In this release, we have added support for Non-Doc Verification in the UK, new Dashboard permissions to manage applicant profiles, new Transaction monitoring rules and expressions, and many more.
Check out the latest updates on a crucial address verification revamp, conduct the Non-doc check in Netherlands, and calculate a potential level of the threat during the onboarding stage.
Meet the redesigned Global Settings Menu, newly delivered rejection labels, and recently added countries available for non-document verification.
In the May 2023 release, we are glad to inform you on launching Email and phone risk assessment, as well as boosting the Transaction monitiring processes in the context of Client Lists, Builder, and Expression Guide.
Here we go, adding the business verification levels to Workflow Builder and updating languages available for MobileSDK.
In this release, we are introducing a new feature for working with crypto — Travel Rule Solution and celebrating the revamp of the applicant page which from now ensures more smooth logic and navigation.
In this release, we have taken care of your ability to create custom blocklists along with covering more countries and documents.