You wrote code to display a modal to collect identity documents and handle verification outcomes. Now you might need access to the sensitive verification results such as your user’s date of birth or pictures of the collected document.
First, consider using the Identity Dashboard to access sensitive verification results. If needed, give team members controlled access to your Stripe account. This saves you development time and ensures the sensitive verification data is kept securely on Stripe.
You can access most verification details programmatically, such as the result of a verification check or the user’s name and address using your secret key. Access to more sensitive fields require the use of restricted API keys.
Available in Dashboard
Secret key access
|First and last names|
|Issuing country of the document|
|Result of the verification check|
|Issued date of the document|
|Type of ID number|
|Expiration date of the document|
|Date of birth|
|Document ID number|
In this guide, you’ll learn how to:
- Create restricted API keys.
- Make API requests to obtain sensitive verification results.
- Roll your keys if they’re compromised.
- Communicate your sensitive verification results and security measures to your users.