AHV (Account Holder Verification)

By: Direct Debit  07-22-2012
Keywords: Payment System, Debit Order Collection, Direct Debit

Account holder verification (AHV) is a service that allows you to verify whether a natural person claiming to be is indeed the holder of a specific bank account. This is done by verifying the persons identity number (ID) against the bank account. A true or false response will be obtained on successful verification and you may also be informed whether the account has been open for more than three months. Account holder verification is an effective method of reducing the risk of fraud when collecting funds from many accounts. Account holder verification may be done individually or in bulk.

Keywords: account holder verification, ahv, Debit Order Collection, Direct Debit, Payment System,

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