API Quick Guide
Get up and running with our API and start developing your ComplyCube integration.
Integrating ComplyCube into your app or website can start as soon as you create a ComplyCube account, requiring only two steps:
ComplyCube authenticates your API requests using your account’s API keys. If you do not include your key when making an API request or use one that is incorrect or expired, ComplyCube returns an error.
Every account has two keys: one for testing and one for running live requests. All API requests exist in either test or live mode, and objects — clients, addresses, checks, and so forth —cannot be manipulated by objects in the other.
Use only your test API keys for testing and development. This ensures that you don't accidentally modify your live clients or checks.
curl -X POST https://api.complycube.com/v1/clients \
-H 'Authorization: <YOUR_API_KEY>' \
-H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
Once you have successfully made an API request, you’re ready to begin integrating ComplyCube.
Congrats! Learn how to integrate ComplyCube for common use cases.
Powered by a proprietary Graph Engine and a network of partners, an AML Screening Check lets you check a client against over 3,000 global, regional, and local lists.
Utilizes ComplyCube's state-of-the-art AI and advanced analytics to extract MRZ and perform 6 categories of analysis on ID documents, including detailed checks on visual security elements, daylight/UV, and font consistency.
Uses ComplyCube's Deep Learning and cutting-edge facial recognition algorithms to analyze and calculate a similarity score between a provided selfie image and an ID document. This will determine if it’s the same person in both images.
Leverage ComplyCube's global and extensive data points to match and verify your client's details against multiple trusted sources, such as government and credit bureaus.
Uses ComplyCube's cutting-edge OCR and decision engine to extract relevant details from Proof of Address (POA) documents and verify them against client-provided details and geolocation.