Can anyone tell me how HTML entities are handled during name matching. For example if our system sends a name with "&Amp;" instead of "&".
Like for example: ERNST & YOUNG SL A & J MUCKLOW & CO LIMITED. Will the matching engine return matches with names as "ERNST & YOUNG SL" and "A & J MUCKLOW & CO LIMITED, at 95.1% match threshold?
Will using "&Amp;" at 95.1% result in AML matches being missed?
I tested this scenario out, the result set would be the same doesn't matter if you pass & or &Amp.
For example: I screened for the company "Whyte & Mackay" and "Whyte &Amp Mackay" I got the same amount of result set back.
Whenever you pass any non-English or a special character in your payload you will have to UTF-8 encode it before sending out the request to World-Check One.
Let me know if you need further information.
Hi team, we try to call screeningRequest we receive a lot of data. among them which data need to shortlist and use to check the matched case and unmatched case.there i attached the response for reference
Please let us know if there is any specific way to fetch the MRZ lines (conduct passport check) for passports (example: Singapore Passports) where the name is in a single line and not segmented as first name/last name.