Here’s a sampling of the kinds of images you’ll see for every state.
Home page - The app is fast and easy to use. Tap state. Tap version. Tap feature. Within seconds you can spot a fake ID. Within seconds you can protect yourself, prevent consequences, and get back to your other job duties.
Here’s where you start. Tap the state:
Tap the version that matches the ID in your hand:
You get clear, current, and correct images that instantly show what’s real and what’s fake, like these:
Illustration - Illustrations offer detailed graphics of the ID, including patterns, artwork, microprint, and dates. Use our at-a-glance arrows so you can instantly see where issue, expiration, and birth dates appear. No more awkward searching for key dates!
Photograph - Photographs give a different perspective than illustrations because they show you exactly how an ID will appear when you’re holding it in your hand. You get visuals of overt security features, such as laminates, holograms, tactile dates and signatures, and covert features such as perforations, UV features, and more:
Security Features - Every ID contains different security features. The app offers some close-ups of real features. Any deviation or variation from the ID in your hand means it’s a fake ID. Here’s an example. If the ID in your hand does not have this 3-dimensional, reflective, fine, detailed, color, it’s fake.
Here’s another example. The app images show you tactile (meaning tangible or touchable) features, such as this laser-engraved signature. The app teaches you about signatures on fake IDs, including computer-generated signatures like the one outlined in red. Most ID scanners and scanning apps will not catch such mistakes, but you will.
Here are a few more examples. The app points out exactly where to look on an ID to instantly spot a fake. Again, most ID scanners and scanning apps will not catch such mistakes, but you will.
When features on real and fake IDs are too close to be distinguished, meaning forgers have mastered it, the app provides a “DO NOT RELY” image, like this one. The app explains that you should not rely on this feature but move on to other features: