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Welcome to the Berbix docs! Here you’ll find comprehensive information for integrating Berbix Verify and its associated APIs as well as an overview of Berbix Dashboard functionality.

The fastest way to integrate Berbix Verify is to follow our Integration Guide, which walks through your entire Berbix integration step-by-step. You’ll integrate Berbix Verify into your site or app and then use one of our SDKs to retrieve the data you need from our API. You'll also be guided through the configuration of verification workflow rules to map to your existing business logic.

You can see the full Berbix Verify API specification in our API Reference Docs and find functional documentation for the Berbix Dashboard here.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected] or via your organization's shared Slack channel.

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Verify Flow Overview

Functional overview of the Berbix Verify end-user experience.

This document outlines the verification methods available in Berbix and their respective end-user experience. The verification methods included are configurable using Templates and the design on web is configurable using Themes.

Berbix offers three main verification methods:

  • ID Check
  • Selfie Match
  • Liveness Check

ID checks on native-mobile are also available through a barcode-scan only method for US & Canadian IDs & DLs. Phone and email verification methods are also available on desktop and mobile web clients.

ID Check

Document Selection

When a user begins the verification flow, they will be prompted to choose their ID type as configured by your template. This screen will not be shown if only one ID type is enabled.

Web or Hosted Experience

Web or Hosted Experience

Mobile Handoff (Desktop Web Only)

Your user will then be prompted to provide their phone number or email address to receive a link to complete the flow on their mobile device. This step is only included when users visit the web experience from a non-mobile device. Alternatively, if they click the "Upload an image" button, they will be able to manually upload a picture of their ID from their computer (this option is excluded if you Force Handoff).

Front Image Capture

The user will then be prompted to scan the front of their ID. In most cases, this will be automatically detected but a user can also manually take a photo.

Back Scan

The user will be advanced to a back barcode scan. In most cases, this will be automatically detected but a user can also manually take a photo.

Selfie & Liveness Check

Selfie Image

The user is prompted to take a photo of themselves to compare against the photo ID.

Liveness Check

The user is prompted to either show an Emotion or change their Facial Direction and take another photo. This is used to compare against the provided selfie image.

Scan-Only Verification [Native Mobile Only]

On native mobile clients, Berbix supports a scan-only verification method where the user will only be prompted to scan the barcode on the back of their ID. In this case, the verification data returned will rely only on the information encoded on the back of ID and will not be cross-referenced against the data available on the front of the ID. If the user does not have a barcode supported ID, they are able to opt-into a standard front & back photo ID image verification.

Email and Phone Verification (Web Only)

Berbix Verify can also be configured to include verify through the following methods:

  • Email: basic email verification, with standard code-based verification by default and OAuth based verification if the email provider is supported.
  • Phone: basic phone number verification, with standard code-based verification by text with voice call as an alternative.

Email Verification

The user will be prompted to enter the email address and will then either receive a code via email or verify using Google OAuth (if available).

If receiving an email code, the user will then need to enter the provided code into the verification flow.

Phone Verification

The user will be prompted to enter their phone number and then receive a code to enter via text message. They can optionally receive a phone call instead.

Updated 13 days ago

Verify Flow Overview


Functional overview of the Berbix Verify end-user experience.

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