Are you purchasing a property?
Only the registered owner of a property is entitled to sell it. Prevent fraudulent sales transactions by confirming the name and details of the true owner as well as any bonds.
Are you investing in a business that lists property as one of its assets?
Fraudulent balance sheets may lead you to pay an unfairly higher price for a share in the business. You need to be sure that the property is owned by the business and if any loans are lodged against it.
Are you thinking of granting credit to be secured by a property?
If the property already has bonds against it, or if the person only owns a portion of the whole property your credit will not be secured. Reduce credit granting risk by confirming ownership and determine any bonds/restrictions on the property.
Are you getting married or divorced?
Dishonest fiancés or spouses may overstate or understate the value of their assets in an ante-nuptial contract or divorce settlement. Avoid costly legal fees or losses later on by confirming all properties owned by your significant other.
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions FraudCheck has the answer for you.
Adding a Deeds Verification to your FraudCheck ID online real-time verification will ensure that you are protected from basic, contractual or property fraud and will assist you with faster, more accurate decision making, saving you money and time.
Simply put, adding a Deeds Verification to our FraudCheck ID online real-time verification confirms the validity of a South African ID number and details of all properties associated with that ID number. This real-time online service provides instant validation; no waiting indefinitely to find out if the information you have been given is correct.
FraudCheck Deeds Lookup / Verification confirms the following:
For this comprehensive risk-saving check you will add a mere 10 credits per check to your FraudCheck ID online real-time verification.