To help avoid costly errors and minimize the potential of missing valuable information, BIB provides a variety of identity validation tools to build the foundation for an effective search strategy.
For challenges such as transposed numbers, spelling variations, and undisclosed residential histories, BIB offers various solutions with advanced technologies to help ensure maximum discovery of valuable information.
BIB's unique iVerify technology helps eliminate costly errors and processing time associated with the use of invalid identity verifiers. iVerify reconciles the various identity verifiers provided by an applicant to determine if the information provided has a high probability of being incorrect. Used early in the screening process, iVerify helps avoid running background screens that use incorrect identity verifiers.
Address History Trace
An Address History Trace (AHT) reveals various names, DOBs, and addresses associated with a specific SSN. Information contained in BIB's AHT is aggregated from a variety of public and proprietary sources and is an excellent tool for determining the geographic regions where criminal background searches should be conducted.
This tool reveals the state and year a social security number was issued and provides an "Alert" if the SSN is assigned to a deceased person.
AKA Auto Detection and Selection
BIB's AKA Auto Detection and Selection service automates the selection of highly probable AKA (also-known-as) names from the Address History Trace Report and systematically incorporates them into our screening process as potential identity verifiers. This service is designed to detect information that may otherwise be overlooked because the candidate used a nickname, maiden name, or other name variation.