Our ImmuniPass & Photo Verification service makes it real! Your Immunipass QR code will link and confirm your ID and photos have been verified.
We are currently offering this service for free, including it at no additional charge with your purchase of an ImmuniPass.
ImmuniPass has a two-step access in order to view your photo and rating code. After the person you authorize “shoots” your QR code, that person is brought to our verification site which initially displays only your basic information. In order to access your test date, testing results and your photos, they will need a Personal Identification Code which you provide to them. No PIC, no access.
So, you decide who sees your actual data and photos.
You get one photo with your account, and up to four (4) with our verification service.
After verification, your photos will be labeled as "Verified." Photos are uploaded from your My Account page.
The Verification Process
Our verification process is fairly simple. You will be asked to upload a photo of yourself (selfie) holding both your government issued photo ID and a piece of paper with the words "for ImmmuniPass [date of upload – member number]" handwritten on it.
You will need to upload photos of the front and back of your government issued identity document (scanned documents will not be accepted). You can use your driver’s license or passport. The document must contain your photo, full legal name, date of birth and it cannot be expired. Do not submit blurry photos.
After you submit your verification photo, and required substantiating photos, Avers’ moderators will verify your photo and compare it to the other photos which you have uploaded to your profile. If in their sole discretion your photos compare favorably to your photo ID, you’ll receive an email letting you know your photos are verified and that your Photo Verified badge has been applied to your profile.
Normally, ID verification review takes 2-3 business days. If your photos are denied for any reason, you’ll receive an email stating the reason for denial and you can re-apply accordingly.