Verify Identities

Stay safe by establishing the identity of all key parties in a real estate transaction.

CertifID Wire Fraud Protection

Real estate fraud is on the rise

It’s enabled by impersonation of one of 10 key parties in a transaction1.

Stop fraud from the start.

Complete an ID validation in seconds from anywhere, with CertifID Match.

Input wiring details

Receive a request from CertifID via text or email.

CertifID status

Follow the prompts to take a picture of your government-issued ID and a selfie.


We’ll validate that your ID is real and that it matches you.
You’re done!

CertifID Match is for everyone.

New risks require new tools to proactively keep fraud out.

Title Agents & Attorneys

Enhance security at the start of your process with greater choice and flexibility for your clients.

Real Estate Agents

Safeguard clients and gain confidence that you’re working on credible deals.

Home Buyers and Sellers

Get the security you deserve from your real estate professionals

Need to verify identities as part of sharing bank details?

Want to learn more about what CertifID can do for you?

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the most common questions we get asked about this feature. Still have more? Reach out, we can help.

What are examples of a government-issued ID?

Driver’s licenses and passports or identity cards are examples of documents that can be submitted during the CertifID Match process.

Can I use an international ID?

CertifID Match can validate government-issued IDs from nearly 250 government agencies and governments around the world. For a full list, see this page

Can I initiate a Match request anytime during the closing process?

Yes! With the Match feature, you can easily send a request to any individual in the transaction, at any time. You have the flexibility to incorporate Match into your workflows however works best for your business.

What are alternatives to using CertifID Match?

Companies already using CertifID can continue to use Confirm and Collect to verify identities. The Confirm and Collect processes include steps asking your client to answer questions that only they would know. 

Someone failed a Match request. Now what?

Go to your next best practice to establish the identity of the individual. Remember that identity verification is about having enough data points to establish that this person is who they say they are. There is no silver bullet in the world of cybersecurity and fraud, and it’s about connecting enough dots to both fill in gaps and reduce risks.