CARROLLTON, TX – CheckpointID, the largest fraud prevention company in the multifamily space, has announced a new partnership with IDScan.net’s legal resource site, laws.IDScan.net, the premier resource for understanding the complex nationwide and individual state laws as it pertains to ID verification.
In 2019, IDScan.net bought IDScanningLaws.com, which has tracked and compiled existing state and federal laws, as well as new legislation, as they pertain verifying identity, scanning IDs, and storing information. With laws varying from state to state, staying current on different sets of laws can be challenging to any businesses using the technologies, especially those who operate in multiple states.
“CheckpointID has grown at an amazing pace over the last 12 months, we pride ourselves as being the “go-to” resource for any and all fraud related activity using identification. This new additional resource will allow us to keep up to date on any and all laws, pending bills and industry news pertaining to fraud, which in turn helps our customers stay compliant and up to date on newly enacted laws in the future,” said Terry Slattery, CEO of CheckpointID.
“We are excited that CheckpointID has retained our identity verification services and is utilizing the Laws.IDScan.net service. New laws take effect every year, and we applaud CheckpointID for being proactive in helping their mutlifamily clients fight fraud in a compliant way. This underscores their commitment to making sure restrictive laws related to ID scanning are followed at all times,” Said Denis Petrov, CEO of IDScan.net.
ABOUT CHECKPOINT ID: Checkpoint ID is the leading fraud prevention service in the multifamily industry. Headquartered in Carrollton, Texas, Checkpoint has grown to serving nearly 2000 apartment communities and have scanned over 800,000 potential residents in an effort to prevent fraud.
ABOUT IDSCAN.NET: IDScan.net is a leading developer of identity verification and information gathering technologies with a mission of creating a safer and smarter world. In 2019, it acquired IDScanningLaws.com, a legal resource website that tracks and provides analysis on laws and legislation related to ID scanning and the storage of personal information in all 50 states and U.S. territories.