This means that GIACT cannot validate the address based on the information contained in the many databases they reference. Possible reasons for this flag; address changed, Type-O, State filed is different than the location.
Based on our experience, 30-40% of the time, GIACT does not have this information.
Experian PDF reports are not available however in Chrome (or whichever browser you are on), you can select print (CTRL+P or CMD+P), then Destination: Save as PDF' to save a PDF.
Tincheck leverage the IRS to validate SSN/EINs and occasionally the IRS is down
TIncheck supports exact matches, with no fuzzy logic. If there is a MATCH, you will see which owner was a match found in the OFAC list.
KYCSS OFAC Rule supports exact and fuzzy logic and is the more conservative check. You must open the PDF attachment to view more details. In addition, KYCSS does not support control person(s), only owners and businesses.
This is expected as some risk programs would view the absence of a website as risky. There is an option to change the WHOIS rule to not flag when there is no website/the fields is blank
This list is controlled by KYCSS, please contact Matt Parker <firstname.lastname@example.org> to make changes to that list
Please review this document: https://support.agreementexpress.com/hc/en-us/articles/6954155532443-How-to-MCMATCH-101
This is a defect in the system currently as we send the company name multiple times, therefore, resulting in multiple “inquiries”
Scorecards cannot be printed per se however there is a workaround if you use Chrome.
Get Chrome Extension GoFullPage
Open Scorecard and Switch to List View (floating icon)
Click the GoFullPage extension then Save PDF or PNG
Yes however each integration will need to be run manually as a hit on the negative file list stops integrations from running