If you signed up with Vouched via Self Serve, you can request an upgrade by logging in to Vouched and navigating to: Settings => Billing. Look for the Request Account Upgrade section towards the bottom of the page. Choose which version you'd like to upgrade to and click Request:
If your billing is managed by Vouched, please reach out to our support team at [email protected].
Yes, once the auto-capture feature establishes that the ID/selfie is in optimal conditions to be evaluated, it takes the picture. Because users will often try to take photos in poor conditions (e.g., a dark room) where conditions will never be suitable for a good photo, we provide the ability to revert manual control to the user after a specific number of seconds, configured by you.
If you're trying to open a link from Vouched using Chrome on iOS and see a camera error, usually this means you need to enable camera permissions for the Chrome app.
To enable camera permissions for Chrome on iOS, follow these steps:
- Open Settings.
- Choose Chrome.
- Tap the slider button next to Camera.
Once you enable camera permissions, try tapping the Vouched link again. This time, you should see the camera start.
Currently, Vouched supports the following languages: English, Spanish, French, or French Canadian. With the JS plugin, the language can be defined by specifying the locale parameter. See here for more information about configuring the JS plugin.
Will our users be required to upload both the front and back of the ID, if they are not from a country which Vouched requires it for?
Vouched is configurable to your needs. We can configure the flow to require only the front of the ID or both back and front of the ID. As each country organizes information on the back and front of its IDs differently, we should establish your requirements and which IDs are allowed from which countries. (In the United States and Canada, our recommendation is to include both the back and front of the ID to increase extraction, fraud detection, and completion rates, but again this is configurable).
We recommend each image to be approximately 2.5 - 4MB as a best practice.
When using our REST API, there is a 20MB payload limit.
When a user submits a verification request using a suspended license, Vouched will review the request to identify the user and confirm that the ID is not fraudulent.
Generally, a suspended license can still be used as a valid form of ID and a legal means of identification.
Please feel free to contact our sales team if you are interested in adding these features to your account.
Liveness verification is a feature that helps to make sure your user is a real, live person when they submit a verification request with a selfie. Liveness verification helps to prevent fraudulent activity.
Vouched offers 4 different liveness verification options (terms in  represent the JS argument name):
- Look straight ahead [straight]: the user takes a selfie and Vouched detects minor facial movements.
- Look left, look right [orientation] : the user takes a selfie and moves their face left and right.
- Open-close mouth [mouth]: the user takes a selfie and is asked to open and close their mouth.
- Distance check [distance]: the user takes a selfie and is asked to move away and closer to the camera to detect distance.
We always recommend starting with the first option, straight ahead.
You can learn how to configure the JS plugin liveness settings here.
Yes, you can create as many sub-groups as you need, allocate unique keys for each of them, and separate them in the dashboard.
- In your dashboard under Settings>Groups, create sub-groups as needed.
- Navigate to Settings>Keys and scroll down to the bottom of the page.
- Create secret keys for your new sub-groups. Remember, for the JS plugin use the public key, for API or Mobile SDK use the secret key
- Allocate the new unique keys for each of your sub-groups.
From now on, jobs that run via a sub-group key will have their sub-group name attached under the ID. Another option is to filter by sub-groups in the filters menu.
Yes, our JS plugin can be fully customized. You can change the logo, colors, and even the text to make sure it meets your needs and matches your brand.
You can view a full list of theme parameters in our theme object documentation.
When a user completes a Vouch verification, the job status should update to Approved, Failed, or Warning.
If a job's status is Active for a long period of time, usually this means the user did not finish the Vouch verification process. They may still need to upload their ID, take a selfie, or perform an additional step to complete the verification process.
If the user does not complete the Vouched process, the job will remain in an Active status indefinitely until the process is completed.
Of course, we're adding new IDs from countries around the globe all the time. We encourage you to reach out to our support team with any ID that you need and is not supported yet.
You can see a full list of IDs we currently support here.
I noticed some verification requests are failing, even when the ID and selfie are legitimate. Why are my requests failing?
If you notice a failed verification request and have confirmed that the ID and selfie is legitimate, Vouched may still decline an ID for various reasons. Some common reasons include:
- Poor photo quality (blurry, edges of the ID missing)
- Poor lighting or visibility
- Glasses, hat, or other accessories cover the user’s face on photo submission
- Unsupported or unrecognized identification document
If a verification fails, you can always manually review the job. You can learn how to manually review jobs here
No. Due to compliance reasons, Vouched does not support or recognize US Military IDs.
Updated 7 months ago