Run Multiple Security & Compliance Checks Against a Business or Individual

Run Multiple Security & Compliance Checks Against a Business or Individual

Validate the status of an entity or a person against real-time global databases and watch lists in less than 5 seconds

As we add more lists and databases to our checking process, you will see those listed below. Don’t see a list that you’d like to have us include? Send an email to support@compliancely.com and we will add the list to our ongoing review process.

Business Checks

Internal Revenue Service.
EIN and SSN are identification numbers assigned to payers to identify and track their IRS filings and tax activity. A discrepancy in the TIN/Name combination results in the IRS assessing penalties (B-Notices, CP2100 (A) s, 972CGs) amounting to $1,500,000 ($500,000 for small businesses) for non-compliance. The penalties are even higher when the noncompliance is on the basis of intentional disregard.
Office Of Foreign Assets Control, Department of Treasury
Unlike IRS penalties for TIN Match discrepancies, payers that do not verify with the Office Of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) are subject to civil and criminal penalties. An organization that does not comply with the OFAC is penalized with up to $1,000,000 per violation, additional criminal fines of up to $10,000,000, and imprisonment ranging from 10 to 30 years.
Internal Revenue Services
FATCA List comprises foreign financial institutions that have complied with FATCA regulations. This includes being a FATCA registered and accepted entity, and being issued a Global Intermediary Identification Number. Compliancely enables you to check and validate if the organization is in the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act List. You can also view the FATCA Global Intermediary Identification Number of the searched organization.
European Union External Action Service
The European Sanctions List is a consolidated list of countries, entities, and individuals who have a history of engaging in money laundering or terrorism financing activities. These entities and individuals are subject to financial asset freezes, restricted market access, trade, investment, arms embargoes, and travel bans. This list constitutes both public and private sector entities. Compliancely helps you check if the organization or individual that you are planning to associate with, is on this list – helping you avoid individuals and entities with suspicious backgrounds.
United States Postal Service.
This simple check helps you validate and verify the address of an individual or entity. Compliancely will search the USPS databases to automatically validate the address. Further, it also runs the address through the Normalization Database to provide you with the latest and most accurate address information.
Department of Commerce.
The DPL is a list created by the U.S. Department of Commerce. This list comprises individuals and entities that have been denied export privileges. Associating with a party on this list is prohibited as it would violate the terms of the denial order and would result in penalties for violations, amounting to $250,000 or twice the value of the transaction for each violation. Criminal violators may be fined up to $1,000,000 and/or subject to imprisonment up to 20 years.
Central Intelligence Agency.
Politically Exposed People is a list of people that may have been involved in national asset theft, national security breaches, and money laundering. This is a quarterly updated list compiled by the CIA of Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments. Compliancely runs this check to help you steer clear of controversial individuals and organizations that may impact the reputation of your business and intercept your goodwill.
Social Security Administration.
The DMF is a database file of all known deceased individuals created by the Social Security Administration. This list was created to report the deaths of the persons within the U.S and since it has been used to prevent identity fraud. Entities in public and private sectors use this list to ensure compliance. For some payers, knowing whether they are paying a deceased individual is prudent. When you run this check on an individual, it helps you prevent fraud.
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OFAC Watch List

U.S. Department Of The Treasury.
This compliance check prevents you from associating with people that may belong to targeted foreign countries, and engage with regimes, terrorists, international narcotics traffickers. Further, it will help you verify if the entity or individual is engaged in activities related to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and other threats to the national security, foreign policy, or economy of the United ​States. This compliance check will prevent you from associating with forces that threaten U.S. national security.

SOS Business Entity Search

SOS Search in all 50 States with a single interface.
Secretary Of State (SOS) business entity search allows you to verify the status and geographical presence of a business in all 50 states of the US. This compliance check will also provide you with supporting documents, such as officers, articles of incorporation, MOAs, amendments to the article, annual reports, and more, which help you understand the organizational and operational elements of the entity.

Consolidated Sanctions

U.S. Department Of The Treasury.
This is a consolidated list from the OFAC. This compliance check confirms that the individual is not on any of the following lists.

  • The Non-Specially Designated Nationals(Non-SDN)
  • Palestinian Legislative Council List (NS-PLC List)
  • The Part 561 List
  • The Non-SDN Iran Sanctions Act List (NS-ISA List)
  • The Foreign Sanctions Evaders List (FSE List)
  • The Sectoral Sanctions Identifications List (SSI List)
Arms Export Control Act

U.S. Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls
Private sector entities and individuals do not have the permission to engage in arms and defense material exports and exchanges. The Arms Export Control Act (AECA) clearly states the President and authorized personnel or departments of the Office control the export of defense articles and services. Those who engage in criminal and civil violations are imposed with penalties up to $500,000 for each violation involving the export of defense articles and defense services. This compliance check helps you identify if the searched entity or individual is involved in such activities.

Foreign Sanctions Evaders List

Office of Foreign Assets Control, Department of Treasury
OFAC publishes a list of foreign individuals and entities determined to have violated, attempted to violate, conspired to violate, or caused a violation of the U.S. sanctions. In short, associating with an individual or entity on this list could be bad news for your business because any kind of transactions by U.S. persons or individuals within the United States involving FSEs are strictly prohibited. This compliance check would help you verify if you are associating with an individual or an organization that is on this list.

Excluded Parties List System

General Services Administration
The Excluded Parties List System is a part of the System for Awards Management (SAM). This file includes a list of companies that have been debarred, suspended, excluded, or disqualified from receiving Federal contracts, subcontracts, assistance, and benefits. Government agencies and contractors are required to check this list to validate vendors and/or payees are in good standing with the federal government. Entities that have had a history of transacting with entities or individuals that have breached national security may also be included in this list. Compliancely helps you check if an individual or entity is on this list.

Excluded Individuals and Entities

Office of Inspector General, Health & Human Services
Individuals and entities on the EIE list are prohibited from performing and engaging in all types of services, including administrative and management services. In the health care industry, hiring an individual, entity, or contractor who is on the LEIE may be subject to OIG Civil Monetary Penalties (CMP) amounting to millions of dollars. Health care entities must practice regular regulatory compliance checks to avoid CMP liabilities and avoid recruiting new hires, current employees, or contractors who are on the excluded list.

Designated Foreign Terrorist Organizations

Department of State.
Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTOs) are foreign organizations that are designated by the Secretary of State in accordance with section 219 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). This file includes a list of all organizations that have a history of engaging in terror activities or associated with foreign terrorist organizations. This compliance check would help you avoid associating with businesses that have a terrorist background.

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