5 Reasons For Using an Identity Document Scanning App

Right to Work Checks

All employers are required to make appropriate document checks to establish an individual applicant’s identity and right to work in the UK. Failure to do so makes an employer liable to a civil penalty of up to £20,000 per employee, potential closure of business, fines and imprisonment. This does not take account of the reputational damage that can be caused by failing to make the necessary checks.

Right to Rent Checks

Landlords and their agents now have the responsibility to conduct checks on their prospective tenants before that tenant can take up occupancy, failure to do so brings with it the risk of stringent penalties.

Know Your Client & Anti-Money Laundering Checks

Organisations who fail to comply with the Money Laundering Regulations increase their risk of financial loss and damage to their business as well as facing significant penalties and could even face prosecution for offences under the – Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 Terrorism Act 2000

Avoidance of Legal Penalties and Reputation Damage

Using a recognised identity document validation system can significantly reduce the risk of legal penalties and damage to your brand helping staff to make the correct recruitment decisions.

Peace of Mind

The cost of using identity document validation systems far outweigh the risk of getting it wrong and brings with it peace of mind. But why choose Passport Proven? Passport Proven is a web based document validation system that has been designed for practitioners by practitioners. Passport Proven normally has no set up fees can usually be integrated into a client’s recruitment processes, there are no contracts involved, checks are paid for at an agreed rate in advance. Access to our system is via a secure website making it an ideal solution but particularly those organisations with multiple sites.

Jul 11, 2019

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