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AllRegs Releases ID Document Database for Fraud Prevention

May 10, 2011

AllRegs has announced the release of the AllRegs ID Card Database, a comprehensive, online resource that contains card images and details of the most actively used driver’s licenses from all 50 states across the U.S., military IDs and passports. For each ID card, you can access what the card looks like with illustrated details of security features, layouts, and other discerning information that confirms the authenticity of the ID card. “We believe this is the first electronically available database featuring identity documents, such as driver’s licenses, passports and military IDs,” said Dan Thoms, executive vice president for AllRegs. “Our database includes graphics, details and security features. It should be utilized by any organization checking IDs for identity verification, check cashing, financial transactions and other security checks.” The AllRegs ID Card Database can be used by any security professional that has an Internet connection available to identify fraudulent identities. Subscribers should also complete training on how to identify fraudulent documents, also available through AllRegs. “Users of the AllRegs ID Card Database should include police officers, military officers, airport security, department of motor vehicles, alcohol beverage control, bank tellers, gaming and casino professionals, title companies and credit issuers,” said Thoms. “The database is a complement to our highly interactive fraudulent identity document training.”
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May 10, 2011
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