Create KYC users

Use this API call to create KYC user accounts.

If your business is not using the KYC results directly (e.g. if you’re not the reporting entity or you are an AFSL holder that sub-licenses your licence), and act as an agent on behalf of your clients, then you need to group the verification requests by specific client. To group the verifications, you will first need to create an account for them, and then include their userId (through the

onBehalf
parameter) when submitting the verifications.

We are required to perform due diligence of the users that you create, and confirm they have a legitimate legal requirement to perform KYC verifications. If your client does not satisfy these requirements their user account can be blocked.

Parameters

NameTypeDescription
country
(required)
string3 letter country ISO
email
(required)
stringAccount email address
companyName
(required)
stringThe name of your client's legal entity
companyNumber
(required)
stringThe number of your client's legal entity
firstName
(required)
string - letters onlyFirst name of your client's contact
lastName
(required)
string - letters onlyLast name of your client's contact
FCL
(required)
numbersFinancial or Credit licence
regulatoryNumber
numbersRegulatory body enrollment number

Runnable example

// api endpoint const apiEndpoint = 'https://dev.bronid.com/createUser'; // request body const createUserData = { "metadata_version": "4", "metadata_serviceUid": "XL7ULiU6B4QE9Y2iWFZnhtMDKFN2", "metadata_secretKey": "api_sec_NJAtNcRtUrPlf7xYDrMNP9URI-ZfN314", "fields": { "country": "AUS", "email": "yourUserEmailAccount@email.com", "companyName": "Company Pty Ltd", "companyNumber": "123456789", "firstName": "Contact", "lastName": "Person", "FCL": "123456789", "regulatoryNumber": "123456789" } }; // submit the user data to the bronID API axios .post(apiEndpoint, createUserData) .then(res => { // save the userId console.log('click the results to expand them'); console.log(JSON.stringify(res.data, null, 2)); }) .catch(error => { console.error(error) }) // Click “▶ run” to try this code live and run your first KYC.