Sometimes you might want to test out the Veriff implementation with your colleagues before making it available to your customers. In this article, we have listed everything you need to make this process a walk in the park.


  1. With every test, our goal is to give you a live-like experience. Therefore, your account executive will ask your preferences for the decision engine to have your account set up according to your needs

  2. As a second step, you should agree on a testing timeslot with your colleagues and account executive so both sides could prepare in advance. A typical testing window is open for 2 hours.

  3. Once test specifics have been mapped out, a new integration will be created under your account. This is a live integration and usually follows the name pattern of "{Client name} production test". The difference between live and test integration is that for live integrations, decisions for verification sessions will be made by Veriff. The live integration will be available for creating and submitting sessions only during the agreed testing window.

Moving on to the verifications, first, you need to decide how your colleagues will access the verification sessions


Creating sessions manually in Veriff Station

If you want your co-workers to be able to create sessions themselves, make sure they have access to Veriff Station beforehand: adding new users
Alternatively, you could send verification links to them yourself

Here's how to tell the difference between live and test integrations, when creating a new verification.

Click Add Verification button

Then see how live integrations are labeled with green Live tags. Make sure test sessions are created under live integration to get responses from Veriff.

When the test is finished, you can see the results in Veriff Station

Having verification flow integrated into your system

Make sure the sessions will be created under live integration by using Publishable (Public API) key

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