KYC verification of regulated trusts (AUS)

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API response vs Webhook response

Processing of the entity verifications is asynchronous. This means that when you submit an entity through the API, in most cases you will receive a default "pending" response to the call itself. When the verification status changes (e.g. to "verified"), you will receive a verification status update webhook. The final verification response time can range from a few seconds up to 48 hours depending on 3rd party register access and availability.

Note: Aside from the API response, you will also receive a "pending" webhook at the moment you submit the entity. Because of this behaviour, in most cases you can use the API response as an "error/validation indicator", ignore the non-error API responses and rely on the webhooks for status updates.

Test values

In the test environment, you can trigger (fake) a successful verification if the name of the entity you are trying to verify starts with "Pass". You can find all test values here.

Runnable example

// api endpoint const apiEndpoint = ''; // request body const kycData = { "metadata_version": "4", "metadata_serviceUid": "XL7ULiU6B4QE9Y2iWFZnhtMDKFN2", "metadata_secretKey": "api_sec_NJAtNcRtUrPlf7xYDrMNP9URI-ZfN314", "type": "regulatedTrust", "fields": { "country": "AUS", "abn": "16123456789", "name": "Pass My Regulated Trust", "regulatedTrustType": "governmentSuperannuationFund" } }; console.log('Running request...') // submit the KYC data to the bronID API const bronIdResult = await axios .post(apiEndpoint, kycData) .then(res => { return; }) .catch(error => { console.log('error! click the results to expand them'); console.log(JSON.stringify(, null, 2)); }) const printResult = 'bronId API response: ' + JSON.stringify(bronIdResult, null, 2); // Click “▶ run” to try this code live and run your first KYC.