IDV prevents digital fraud and supports the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC) rules. IDV is the process of ensuring that a person is who they say they are when opening a bank account, applying for a loan, and many other identity validation processes.
The importance of this procedure grew because of the data breaches, account takeover attacks, and identity theft on the rise and an increased demand for remote processes due to the pandemic. Businesses need to detect identity fraud and determine if someone is who they claim to be in the digital era.

Playing a vital rol in AML and KYC efforts to monitor customer risks

Anti-money laundering (AML) refers to laws and regulations intended to stop criminals from disguising illegally obtaining funds as legitimate income. Although you, as a company, stick to the rules; this does not mean that your partners and business associates adhere to the same AML compliance laws as you.

KYC check is the mandatory process of identifying and verifying the client's identity when opening an account and also periodically over time. In other words, banks must make sure that their clients are genuinely who they claim to be. This procedures are a critical function to assess customer risk and a legal requirement to comply with Anti-Money Laundering (AML)

With Pulse's Background Check, companies accelerate the digital onboarding process and reduce the manual work of the back office team, doing fast and secure validation.

How it works?

Pulse has access to multiple data-pools (including government sources) in order to assure the real time validation as long as the coverage of all population. Our solutions can provide up to date information of individuals, background checks and vehicles, in addition to conducting the search for legal proceedings and fore-criminal records of individuals through the more than 250 public and private data sources present in our catalog.


10+ years of experience managing data for our clients in multiple industries and countries of the Latin American region reinforced our leadership in security solutions.

A fully digital process delivers an excellent user experience and can increase growth in digital channels.

Documents can be verified in miliseconds.

Digital identity verification can assist institutions in meeting Know-You-Customer (KYC) requirements.

Digital identity verification can help institutions reduce fraud when an unknown applicant/potential customer is remote.


45% of the identity fraud in Argentina is related to e-commerce. In addition, the use counterfeit cards has increased in 5%.
Our service includes:


Pulse connects with the following databases to validate that the National Identity Document (Documento Nacional de Identidad / DNI) number present on the ID card exists:
- Argentinian National Registry of Persons (RENAPER).
- Federal Administration of Public Income (AFIP).
- Politically Exposed Person (PEP) This merit also checks if the user associated with the DNI has any sanctions.


Consultation that returns the status of an identity document (DNI) issued by RENAPER.

The cost of fraud has risen dramatically for merchants and financial institutions in Brazil. For each fraudulent transaction, the cost to businesses is 3.86 times the value of the lost transaction.
Our service includes:


Check the legitimacy of the information and the registration status of a person:
- Receita Federal.
- Political exposed people.
- Microemprendedor Individual (MEI).
- Sistema de Escrituração Digital das Obrigações Fiscais, Previdenciárias e Trabalhistas (eSocial).
- Email Risk.
- Phone Risk.


Check out the situation of a company or a customer to identify if they have defaulted on paying loans.


Check the registration status and license of a driver or vehicle to circulate throughout the Brazilian territory.


Manage risks checking lawsuits, cases and criminal records involving your customers:
- Banco Nacional de Mandados de Prisão (BNMP).
- Polícia Federal: Antecedentes Criminais.
- Polícia Civil: Antecedentes Criminais.

61% of Chilean companies use fraud mitigation best practices only partially.
Our service includes:


Verify that a user's RUN number against the Chilean Civil Registry database.


If the user has submitted a certicate with a valid sheet number and verication code, the response will include a copy of the certificate.

56% of fraudulent attacks are executed by bots in Colombia, an increase of 14% compared to last year.
Our service includes:


Check the legitimacy of the information and the registration status of a person (ID Status).


Manage risks checking lawsuits, cases and criminal records involving your customers.


Check the registration status and license of a driver or vehicle that circulates throughout the Colombian territory.


Check all civil registration in the Colombian territory.

35%of mobile fraud in Mexico is composed of Identity theft by third parties and Account takeover by third parties.
Our service includes:

CURP (Unique Population Registry Code)

Validate CURP and personal information through RENAPO (National Population Registry).


Validate the data of a credential in the nominal list of the INE Credential or Passport.


A solution to obtain the social security number through the CURP of your users and their work history through their NSS.

Auto API

A solution that provides general information on the Mexican vehicle fleet using the license plate of each car to be verified.

RFC Check

Provides general information on the Mexican tax id information using the RFC to be verified at SAT.

Full fraud

You will be able to validate three variables in a single API call: email, IP address and phone number. Get a complete X-ray of your users through the connection with their browser, analyze the IP, check suspicious VPNs, TOR users and risky locations in seconds.

Reports of cybercrime, mostly property fraud and computer fraud,are estimated at 300 per month.
Our service includes:


Check the legitimacy of the information and the registration status of a person (ID Status).


Validate that the user's name and birthdate match the information associated with their National Identity Document provided matches the information (Names and Last Names) provided.


Validate that the information associated with their National Identity Document has an associated entry in Peru's Ministry of Health's Social Security database.


Validate if the user has an associated entry in Peru's National Customs and Tax Administration Superintendence.