How to Use Address Verification & Validation API Keys

When you’re ready to start using your new API Key, you’ll need to secure your account with an address verification API key. This will ensure that anyone who uses your service is able to verify the identity of the person who issued the API Key. This will also prevent unauthorized third parties from accessing your API Key and is necessary for any type of API Key system to be secure. In order to do this, you will need to sign in to your XVerify account, go to the URL that says “Secure Your Account” and follow the instructions.

Step 1:

After you have your ID verified, you will need to secure your API Key before you gain access to it. To do this, you will have to log into your XVERYUSER dashboard, click on the “Account Tab” and look for the “Secure Your Account” link. Under the Account Info section, click the “Advanced” button. Click on the link that reads, “Add Trusted domains to your existing address verification API Key.” Type the domain of the website where you want to place your API Key, and then click on “OK.”

Step 2:

Once you’ve secured your ID and API Key, you are ready to place them on your API Server. To do that, you will need to log in to the XVERYUSER dashboard again. This time, go to the URL that says “Secure Your Server,” and click on the “Sign in” button. Enter your password and then look at the URL that reads “Sign in with your ID.”

Inside the XVerify’s address verification software, In the field that reads “API Key,” enter your ID, then press enter. You will be asked whether you want to include a domain or not, choose to include one, then click on the “Submit.” Once done, you will see that your ID has been placed on the API Key.

Step 3:

Now that you have your ID and API Key, you can start using your ID and API Key by navigating through your website. When you’re done using your ID and API Key, you’ll be able to verify the information that you entered on the account. To do that, you will need to click on the tab called “Your Account” at the top of your dashboard. It should say “Advanced”.

Under “Signing in,” click on the button that reads “If you ever feel like you aren’t sure how you entered in your API Key, you can verify that information by going to the site and looking at the details that appear in the “Advanced’ section of your page. Once done, click on the ‘Once you’ve done all of those steps, you are now ready to make requests to your API. Click on the “OAuth” tab, and then enter your domain name and then click on the “Sign in” button. You will then be taken back to a page where you will enter your API Key and your domain name.

Once you have done this, you can start making requests to your API. Make sure to enter your domain name with quotation marks around it; otherwise, if you don’t have an API Key, you won’t be able to get to your account.

Last Step:

The next step is to verify that the data that you’re getting from your API is accurate. This is important because it will help you avoid any discrepancies in the information that you receive from different sources. The best way to do this is by clicking on the ‘Advanced’ section at the top of your screen. Click on the “Query” link at the bottom of the ‘Advanced’ section.

When you have completed that step, you will be prompted to enter the domain name that you’re trying to verify as the domain you wish to search for, the keyword you’re searching for, the field you’d like to search, and then the parameters that you’d like to use for the query details. Once you’ve done that, click on the ‘From there, you can see that your data is being validated by the API. When you do that, you can then begin to make any changes to your website that involve a change in your domain information. After the address verification process is complete, you will see that you will receive a response from the API. confirming that you received an accurate record from the API.

Resources: https://www.canadapost.ca/cpc/en/business/marketing/audience/license-data.page

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