Distributor re-screening PEPs and Sanctions

Use this API call to re-screen your existing verifications for PEPs and Sanctions.

This API has the same format as the regular re-screening for PEPs and Sanctions of individuals or entities, but it includes one extra parameter (

) which is the UserId value of your onBehalf customer. Verifications submitted with this parameter will also be visible to your customers through their portal account.

You can additionally use the

param if you want to group the verifications.

The onBehalf and tags parameters can be used for filtering the verification and billing history.


string"individual" or "entity"
stringthe UserId of your customer
string arraygrouping tags
stringThe verification UUID from the webhook
(only for standalone screening)
booleanInclude for standalone screening

Standalone Screening

When the original screening was done as a standalone screening (not as part of a KYC/KYB), you must include the parameter

in the request body.

Runnable example

// api endpoint const apiEndpoint = 'https://dev.bronid.com/screen'; // request body const kycData = { "metadata_version": "4", "metadata_serviceUid": "XL7ULiU6B4QE9Y2iWFZnhtMDKFN2", "metadata_secretKey": "api_sec_NJAtNcRtUrPlf7xYDrMNP9URI-ZfN314", "metadata_onBehalf": "REPLACE_WITH_YOUR_CUSTOMER_SERVICE_UID", "metadata_tags": ["tag1", "tag2"], "type": "individual", // or "entity" "trace": "your-unique-verification-uuid", // IN CASE OF STANDALONE SCREENING, ADD THE FOLLOWING PARAMETER // "isStandaloneScreening": true }; console.log('Running request...') // submit the KYC data to the bronID API const bronIdResult = await axios .post(apiEndpoint, kycData) .then(res => { return res.data; }) .catch(error => { console.log('error! click the results to expand them'); console.log(JSON.stringify(error.response.data, null, 2)); }) const printResult = 'bronId API response: ' + JSON.stringify(bronIdResult, null, 2); // Click “▶ run” to try this code live and run your first KYC.