Portal: Run a test verification of an individual (KYC)

This tutorial explains how to run a test identity verification of an individual (KYC) in the bronID Portal using the electronic Safe Harbour rule.

When running an identity verification of an individual (KYC) in the bronID Portal, you can get two types of results, Verified or Rejected. The default rule-set that bronID uses to process identity verification is Safe Harbour. You can find more information about the interpretation of the results achieved with Safe Harbour on the following link.

To achieve any of the outcomes in the bronID test environment, Verified or Rejected, you must follow the scenarios described in the table below:

  Output Output
Data input Verified Rejected
First name any any
Middle name OK any (except OK)
Last name any any
Date of Birth any any
Gender any any
Address any any
National ID (optional)    
Drivers Licence Number 11111111 any
Passport Number A1111111 any


Verified: John OK Citizen, 10/10/1987, 125A York Street, SYDNEY NSW 2000

Rejected: John Citizen, 10/10/1987, 125A York Street, SYDNEY NSW 2000

Run a test verification

Step 1: Open the bronID Portal (https://preview.bronid.com/) and go to KYC>Verify IDs>Individual.

Step 2: Select the country of residence. The data collection form for the selected country will automatically be displayed in the bronID Portal.

Step 3: Fill out the form with the data format from the table above to get the desired outcome (Verified or Rejected). Do not test with real values.

Step 4: Add ID document information. This is optional and depends on the country's available data sources.

Step 5: Provide consent for processing the supplied information by clicking the consent checkbox.

bronID KYC Test

Once you click submit, you will get a result that includes the ID Verification Score and PEPs & Sanctions checks.

bronID KYC Test Result

You can also retrieve this result from the KYC>Results>Individual.

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