We’re all familiar with that one difficult check: Proof of Address.
We all do these checks, but do we really understand the dos and don’ts of growing a business while keeping up with regulations? In addition to this, when we are automating the process, do we know how to test the vendor’s expertise?
So, it’s clear that these questions still arise.
Which documents count as proof of address? Can we let users use the same document as both their ID and PoA? Can we let them use a Wi-Fi bill to prove the address? How long does the PoA verification process usually take?
What we need now, more than ever, is a proof of address framework that ties together compliance requirements and business needs with a joint mission. So, we’ve partnered up with MetaQuotes to show you how to do just that.
– When the PoA is mandatory, what requirements are universal, and how it varies across jurisdictions
– What, as a universal rule, counts as proof of address and what doesn’t
– How to stay compliant with your PoA requirements while keeping conversion rates high
– Answering most common questions and challenges on PoA.