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Ten new document types added to Alloy's Document Verification SDK

Alloy's Document Verification software development kit (SDK) has expanded to include ten new document types. A variety of income document verifications (see below) are now available to better support credit underwriting and Canadian dual authentication. Additionally, provincial and indigenous identity documents are now supported for onboarding Canadian applicants. Clients currently using the web SDK don't need to make any changes or download any new files—they can simply start using the new functionality.

The Following documents are now fully supported within Alloy's Document Verification SDK:

Identity documents:

  • License (USA, UK and Canada)

  • Passport

  • Canada Provincial ID

  • Canada Indigenous Card

Proof of income/tax documents:

  • Paystub

  • Bank Statement

  • W-2

  • 1099

  • 1120

  • 1065

  • T1 (Canadian tax doc)

  • T4 (Canadian tax doc)

To enable additional document types within the Alloy SDK, follow the steps below:

  1. Set up document verification workflow(s) with relevant services

  2. In your Journey, add a “DocV” node for each document type you want to collect. For example, a node for license OR passport and then a second node for paystub OR bank statement.

  3. Download the Alloy SDK by running yarn add @alloyidentity/web-sdk. Further instructions are available for web, iOS, and Android.

  4. In the initialization parameters, each journey node requires its own nested array. For example, if you wanted to collect a license OR passport AND a bank statement OR paystub, you would write: documents: [['license','passport'],['bank_statement','paystub']].

Once configured, your users can choose document types from the options you’ve selected, whether on web, iOS, or Android.


To learn more about the Alloy Document Verification SDK, view our documentation. If you'd like to add Alloy’s Document Verification SDK to your Alloy workflow, reach out to your CSM or [email protected] to learn more.

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