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Yes, you will be notified twice. You will first be notified when you have used 80% of your credits and again when you only have used 95% of your credits.
If your credits are getting low you may wish to top-up your credits by purchasing another credit package.
Yes, you will be notified one month before your credits are due to expire.
Credits are valid for 12 months from the date of purchase and will expire at this time. Please ensure that all credits have been used before the expiration date as there is no way of recovering or transferring these credits once they have expired.
Multiple credit packages can be purchased at the same time. You do not need to wait for your credits to expire to purchase another package.
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Adverse media or negative news, regards unfavorable information about individual or an organisation found from news sources.
Our Due Diligence decision feature allows you to perform Customer Due Diligence (CDD). CDD is a process used to gather customer data and evaluate the risk category of the customer.
The feature allows you to record comments and assign a risk to each match.
Manual scanning requires you to manually type in the name of each entity that you wish to scan.
Batch scanning allows you to upload a batch file including a bulk of names, which can be scanned simultaneously.
This is an efficient way of performing your scanning and is effective for users that wish to re-scan their entire client base multiple times throughout the year.
Batch files can be uploaded in a CSV or XML format.
Our API allows you to integrate with your existing systems to automate scanning during the onboarding process.
Further information about our API including our API documentation and Developer Centre can be found here.