How to Submit a Background Check Batch

With a single Excel file you can run background searches on up to 500 people at a time. You just have to download the template according to the type of search you want to perform, person, vehicle or company and add the information required for the search.

Batch Upload

  1. Download the template for the country and the type of search you want to perform (person, vehicle, or company). Fill in the required fields for each individual or entity, and save the changes in the Excel file.

  2. Upload the Excel file and use the check box to declare that you have permission to access the personal information of the people on the list. After naming your file and click in the NEXT button, the bulk query will automatically start. Once started, it cannot be canceled.

  3. In Add details you can give a custom name to your report. Finally press the NEXT button to send the Excel file and start the search.


  • Keep in mind that we currently do not support batch uploads for custom check types.
  • If you want to know how to do this process via API, consult the API Reference.


To view the results go to the left menu, simply locate the Batch Upload History option. From here, you can easily track the progress of your search and view your search results.

Please note that this type of search may take up to 2 hours to complete. It is recommended to check back after this time to ensure the accuracy of the results.


can view Batch progress and/or Person details:

  1. Batch progress Batch Upload History > Progress. The horizontal bar represents the progress of the Batch, individually it is represented with the logo of a clock when it is in progress and the approval symbol when the search is finished.
  1. Person details Batch Upload History > Details > View or Download PDF

For more information about how to do a Backgrond visit the Background Check and for know other features Background Check Continuous guides.

Receive results of the checks performed on users

The results are reported using webhooks that are configured from the dashboard. The information in the webhook contains the results of the checks, and you can receive different events. Additionally, you can create labels to filter different rules depending on the values that check variables may take. For example, you may want to filter checks for only types ‘person’ or ‘vehicle’. Please review this guide Creating a rule to trigger actions for more information.