Dating site uses biometrics to verify online dating profiles

Ruby Radar, a high-end Australian dating website aimed at executives and entrepreneurs, is using a biometric verification service to protect users from fake profiles which can be used to scam site members. In order to strengthen its rigorous member screening process, Ruby Radar uses an ID verification solution from My Verified ID which compares members’ photos to government-issued ID such as a drivers licence or passport. Users can sign into Ruby Radar through “My Verified ID” and other site members

My Verified ID gets $3M from Invigor Group

My Verified ID has signed an agreement that will give the Invigor Group a 20 percent equity stake in the company for a $3 million investment. “We are very excited by this strategic partnership with Invigor as it brings many synergies and provides My Verified ID with a strong platform to rollout its services,” Rodolphe Belin, My Verified ID COO said. According to the company, My Verified ID is a universal sign-in technology for business, enterprise and government which uses

My Verified ID partners with HealthCare Select for biometric verification

My Verified ID has announced that it will form a marketing alliance with HealthCare Select for biometric verification screening for healthcare providers. According to the companies, under the new partnership MVI will integrate into healthcare providers’ current vendor management models, as well as on-boarding practice for clinical and non-clinical staff, through HealthCare Select. “The healthcare industry ROI is impaced with 24% of resumes having discrepancies in education, 70% in employment while 30% is attributed to fake documents and false information,” MVI