Run checks

Use checks to help pass the due diligence tasks for a profile’s product application.

Checks replace the manual work that would otherwise be needed to get information from data providers (e.g. gather all company filings from a corporate registry) or perform actions using data providers (e.g. run an electronic identity check).

For example, you can run an Electronic identity check or Document verification check for the Verify identity task. If you want to see them all, here is the list of every check you can run.

You'll see the checks you can use for your task as buttons along the top of the task.

Click the button to run the check. The information that was used to run the check is displayed, followed by the results of the check.

If you run the check again, the new results are displayed above the old ones. This means you always have a "snapshot" of the checks that were run and the information used to run each one.

Why are the check buttons grayed out? You can only run checks on tasks that are not yet passed or failed. To make the task incomplete, click Task passed or Task failed. If the task is incomplete and the button is still grayed out, your company has not configured the check.
Why was there information in the check results already? A colleague or the product's smart policy may have already run a check on the task. Remember that the results of a check may be different if you run it again. For example, if the individual has changed their address since the check was last run.
Why did the task pass automatically when I ran the check? Your smart policy may be configured so when a check passes, the task passes automatically. Learn more.

Advanced checks

Some checks may prompt you to perform more actions.

If you're running a Document verification check, you can get the full steps here.

If you're running a PEPs, sanctions, and adverse media screening, you can learn what to do with potential matches here.

If a company is applying to your product, you may need to verify the company's associates (like officers, shareholders, trustees, or authorised persons). Learn how to add, review, and approve company associates.

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