One Click Verify Eligibility Policy outlines the criteria that business organisations and government entities must meet to be considered eligible to access One Click Verify (OCV). These criteria must be explicitly addressed in an organisation’s application, to access the OCV data verification services and products.
Identity crime costs Australia over $2billion every year. The Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) found that 1 in 4 Australians have been a victim of identity crime at some point in their lives.
One Click Verify was born out of frustration of dealing with multiple government agencies looking for one solution to be able to positively ID an individual. Unfortunately no one government agency was able to provide a solution to address and One Click Verify was created.
Using true multi factor to assist in verifying and individual, One Click Verify can verify a client, IP, User Agent, Email, Mobile, Name, DOB, TFN, Primary ID, Biometrics, Income, Global PEP and Sanctions check usually within 5 minutes.
To remove any doubt, both government agencies and business organisations may be eligible to access the One Click Verify service as per this eligibility policy and application process.
For all organisations (government and business) wanting to access or provide access to One Click Verify, the organisation/agency must:
1. Be based in Australia – the organisation must maintain an Australian office/business address, carry on operations/business in Australia, and be subject to local and civil and criminal laws, even for a business organisation the parent company may be based overseas.
2. Be requesting access for the purpose of being required to verify an individual to complying with Australian law for the provision of a product or service.
3. Be bound by the Terms and Conditions of the service – Access to the service will only be granted to organisations that have the capacity and agree to comply with the requirements of use.
4. Registered or licenced in Australia – the organisation must operate under a regulations or law operated by a, Commonwealth, State or Territory Government.
5. Have a professional designation – this assists in confirming the level of access required for data verification service and is aligned to the function and activity of the organisation’s industry.
6. Must be subject to Australian Privacy Legislation – The Privacy Act 1988 (cth) contains the Australian Privacy Principles which define the responsibility for the collections, use, storage, and disclosure of personal information.
Unless an approval is granted by One Click Verify all business organisations must meet all 6 Eligibility Criteria to be granted access.