Abide by the strictest Know Your Client rules for the legal profession
Lawyers and solicitors must adhere to strict KYC rules in order to ensure they provide services to genuine clients. Therefore, as a lawyer, you’re bound to verify the identity of each of your clients, as well as the third parties on behalf of whose the client might be acting. Typically this process is based on reviewing physical documents in person, which require a lot of time and effort from not only you but, more importantly – your client. An identity verification service can speed up new client onboarding and help with other related issues.
The tools developed by Fully-Verified provide a quick and simple identity verification process that limits your personal involvement. There’s no need for dedicated personnel and storage space anymore. An online identity verification solution is also a necessity if your firm wants to work with overseas clients.
Establishing a seamless identity verification process can make the process more accessible and efficient while significantly improving the customer experience. Online identity verification checks allow the process to be quick, convenient, and easily accessible for your clients worldwide.
Live-Verify is a process during which your client connects to an operator on a live video call. A trained specialist then guides the user through the verification steps. These steps can be fully customized to accommodate your specific needs.
Fully-Verified can help you constantly stay compliant with the ever-evolving rules and regulations and provide a seamless client onboarding process for all involved parties. Our identity verification process can be tailored to meet your specific requirements regardless of the country where your law firm is located. Book a demo today to see how effortlessly you can identify and verify your clients.
Easy to navigate cloud-based software available in two options:
Easy access to verification data package to speed up the onboarding process:
Fully-Verified was created as answer to its founders collectively losing over $150 000 to various types of fraud in their eCommerce businesses.