Why do I need to provide Identity proof for order verification?

To prevent online fraudulent activity and provide you not only the best but secure service, we may ask ID proof to verify your order.

Whenever we receive an order from the new client, we carefully evaluate the new account to determine the legitimacy of the order. In order to make sure the order is placed with accurate details, we request government issued Identity proof for verification. You can provide any government approved document such as a driver license or passport etc. 

ID proof is solely used for order verification purpose. We don’t use the document for any other purpose. You can request deletion of the document once the order verification is complete.

We verify following details:

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Address
  • Document ID number
  • Issue date
  • Expiry date


You can add watermark like “For AccuWeb order verification only” on a document before submitting to us.

You can hide the additional information such as the photo, Date of Birth, Sex, or any other sensitive information.

Feel free to contact our support team if you have any questions.


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