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Tips on Due Diligence

When it comes to the well-being of your business, it should never be taken for granted that the companies you aim to do business with are above board. Due to strict laws, heavy penalties, reputational risk and financial loss, businesses should be protected from negative third-party exposure at all costs.  Jump to the list of complementary documents. 

#1

Passport Verification – How To Spot A Fake ID?

Counterfeit ID and passports are a serious risk to the security of the country and to businesses. 

Passports are essential pieces of ID if you’re making large purchases, renting a house or getting a job. Businesses need to protect themselves by knowing who they are entering into contracts or financial commitments with.

You can identify a fake passport by the following features:

  1. An unrealistic date of birth.
  2. Valid Gender
  3. An invalid passport issue date.
  4. An invalid passport expiry date.
  5. Code matching with the personal details as printed in the passport.
  6. A photograph that isn’t digitally printed
  7. Zoom in to compare text and background to check for possible alteration and tampered personal details including holograms.

#2

Email Spoofing

Email spoofing is the forgery of an email header so that the message appears to have originated from someone or somewhere other than the actual source. Email spoofing is a popular tactic used in phishing and spam campaigns. 

How to tell if an email has been spoofed?

  1. An invalid domain ownership
  2. A spoofed sender email domain

#3

Regulatory Updates

Regulations change frequently — often more frequently than statutes. It is, of course, critically important to base your advice to a client on the latest version of a regulation. 

  1. An invalid domain ownership
  2. A spoofed email domain
  3. An invalid registration address
  4. Nominet’s Data Quality Policy

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