Validators Descriptions

Document Validation

Document Validation verifies the authenticity of a user’s identification document by cross-referencing it with government databases. This process ensures that the document is genuine, unaltered, and belongs to the person undergoing the identity verification process. Document Validation is essential for establishing user identity and is often used in conjunction with other validation methods such as face validation or identity questions.

Face Validation

Face Validation verifies the identity of a person by comparing their facial features with a reference image. This process helps ensuring that the person presenting themselves for identity verification is the same person associated with the reference image. Face Validation is a key component in digital identity as it provides a higher level of security and accuracy in confirming an individual’s identity, especially in scenarios where physical documents may not be available or easily tampered with.

Face Re-Validation

Face Re-Validation is the process by which a face that has been previously validated through Face validation in our platform is reverified. This means that a reference image is already associated to a user in the system and the process will only compare the incoming photo/video with the existing reference.

Phone Validation

Phone Validation verifies a user’s phone number. The phone number serves as a unique identifier and can be used to send verification codes or conduct phone-based authentication. By verifying the user’s phone number, the digital identity process can ensure that the user has access to the provided phone number, which adds an extra layer of security and helps confirm their identity.

Email Validation

Email Validation verifies a user’s email address. Email validation is commonly used as a method to confirm the user’s identity and establish communication with the user during the onboarding or verification process. By verifying the user’s email, the digital identity process can ensure that the user has access to the provided email address and can receive important notifications, verification codes, or further instructions.


TruFace allows blocking the faces of known or suspected fraudsters to prevent them from completing their onboarding process, regardless of the ID they might provide. TruFace can be particularly useful in helping your company identify, block, and report fraudsters’ faces. Our system automatically checks if the person undergoing your onboarding process has been reported before and will alert you accordingly. The process involves checking against a registered collection of blocked faces.