See the distance between an address and current location
The Geodistance check is used to confirm whether an individual's stated address and their current location are within a proximity threshold.
Reading the results
The Geodistance check works by calculating the distance between the two coordinates provided.
The check passes when the distance is within the threshold (set in the check configuration).
The check results show you the distance between the two points in miles.
Additional checks may have been run to get the latitude and longitude of each location (e.g. Geocoding check and Device fraud detection check).
If additional checks were run, their results are displayed under those for the Geodistance check.
A Geocoding check can be used to find the coordinates of the address provided in the profile.
The check results show the latitude and longitude determined for the address.
The check passes when the address is valid and the coordinates are determined.
Device fraud detection check
The check results show the latitude and longitude under IP location.