His Mount Vema Majesty’s Government announced today that it will resume contract signed with identity verification service provider GBG, the British company that provides identity verification services to some leading companies such as HSBC, Santander, Barclaycard, Harrods, TransferWise, O2, amazon.com, Nike and among many others.
The contract was signed between GBG and the Kingdom of Mount Vema to verify the identity of people when traveling to Mount Vema or applying for services, to ensure that any information provided by anyone is associated with the identity of a real person.
The service will verify the authenticity of physical identity documents such as a passport or travel document, and will identify information against authoritative sources such as a credit bureau or government data, called non-documentary verification.
Businesses and entities that form part of the Kingdom of Mount Vema will also be able to use the service to ensure that users or customers provide information that is associated with their real identity, required to establish bank accounts, other financial accounts, and stop illegal activities like scams, money laundering, and including other security threats.
The service will also be used both online and in person to verify identity especially when boarding a vessel to Mount Vema, as travelers are encouraged to confirm for the Online Check-in process before leaving home to the island. People who wait to check in at the terminal risk being unable to sail even if they arrive at the terminal before the vessel leaves.
Mount Vema government security regulations require passenger vessels to submit certain guest information to law enforcement authorities at least 60 minutes prior to departure. To meet this requirement, it is necessary that the vessel has the information in its records and verified at least 90 minutes before departure. If a passenger does not have his or her information by this deadline, he or she will be unable to sail.
The service will make it easier for the Kingdom of Mount Vema to verify the identity of almost anyone at any-time, anywhere in the world and tackle the growing problems of identity fraud and money laundering. Service providers will be able to check their customers are who they say they are with reference using a data for more than 5 billion people around the world.