KYC Compliance

What is KYC compliance?

As an ethical proxy provider, Infatica’s most important task is ensuring that our proxy network is only used in legitimate business activities. Due to the nature of proxy networks, each member must go through a vetting process to keep the entire network safe and operational.

Know Your Customer (KYC) is a policy that involves identity verification of users prior to establishing a business relationship. It helps to improve security of the service and prevent financial crimes (like fraud or money laundering), service abuse, and other problems.

KYC is designed to:

  • Identity individual clients and corporate entities,
  • Maintain risk profiles of customers, and
  • Take safety compliance measures, if needed.

How to pass KYC

The verification process is simple and quick – you can do it in just a few minutes with your desktop or mobile device.

  1. In your Infatica personal account, navigate to the Checkout area to complete the order – you will be redirected to the verification page.
  2. Take a photo of your government-issued ID (a passport, driving license, ID card, or residence permit.)
  3. Take a selfie.

Infatica’s compliance team may detect discrepancies in data provided by the customer. In this case, they may:

  • Ask the customer to provide additional details or
  • Refuse service to the customer if provided data doesn’t comply with our safety protocols.

Frequently asked questions

  • Is it possible to skip KYC verification?

    KYC verification is a step that every customer must complete. To keep Infatica’s proxy network safe, there are no exceptions – and KYC cannot be skipped.
  • Is my data safe?

    Verification is done safely via Veriff, AI-powered identity verification software that is compliant with all major data safety regulations, including GDPR, WCAG, CPA, SOC 2 Type II, and ISO 27001.
  • Is KYC necessary?

    KYC helps to establish trust between the service and the customer, keeping malicious users at bay. Fintech, healthcare, real estate, and many other sectors rely on KYC protocols to make trade quicker and safer.