Age Verification

Validate your data against our UK people data sources


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For any website, application or CRM system selling age restricted products, our Age Verification method is the perfect solution for delivering an instant result on whether your customer is over 18 years old.

The age verification method may be accessed from your website or application via XML, SOAP or JSON.


How it works

The method allows the validation of any UK person when surname, forename, postcode and first line of address are all supplied.

Your supplied data will be used to find a match within our vast UK dataset. When a match is found, the method will deliver a validation status of true if the person is over 18, along with the quality of the match. You can even control the level of fuzziness that the method uses, through a series of parameters.

Please see our Age Verification Documentation for more detailed information, including the xml code, results and input parameters required.

API method to use: age_verification
|
Credits per use: 10

Validate your data against our UK people data sources to see if a record, aged over 18, is found.

If your business sells age restricted items you can use our age verification method to validate your data. This could be used during the eCommerce checkout process or on your CRM system.

This method allows the validation of a UK person, by matching your supplied data to our database of current UK persons.

Your data MUST contain:-

  • Surname
  • Forename
  • UK Postcode
  • UK Address(first line)

The method will then attempt to locate the individual in our data. You can control the level of fuzziness that the method will use, by setting a series of parameters.

If a person is found in our data, aged over 18, the method returns a validation status true. We also describe the quality of the match.

If, for example, your data has a record for Ian Whitehead, and our method finds Ian Whithead (note the slight spelling difference) at the same address, we include this element:-

<match_code_surname>FUZZY</match_code_surname>

to indicate that there is a slight spelling difference.

Mandatory Parameters


None of the parameters are case sensitive apart from the api key or javascript key.

Name Description
api_key or javascript_key Use your API key if invoking server-side. If invoking from the browser via JavaScript, generate a JavaScript key using the javascript_key method.
surname The surname of the subject. The case is irrelevant.
forename The forename of the subject.
postcode The postcode of the subject. Ideally this is the full UK postcode, but the method will check a partial code. If postcode_fuzzy is set to true, it will allow the final character of the postcode to be incorrect.

This can be in any case and any format

(such as YO98 9HZ or yo989HZ)
addr1 The first line of the address

Optional Parameters


Name Description
check_under_18 If set to "true" or "yes" or "y", the method will include persons who are under 18, but will return the status FOUND_UNDER_18 rather than FOUND. If you do not set this parameter, persons under 18 will return the status NOT_FOUND
addr2 The second line of the address
addr3 The third line of the address
place The locality
town The postal town
surname_fuzzy Set to true (default) to allow a slight fuzzy match.
forename_fuzzy Set to true (default) to allow a slight fuzzy match.

Returned Values


The XML response is contained within a <age_verification_res> element.

Name Description
status Returns ok if the operation has succeeded, or error if an error has occurred; Returns the error_code for error details.
error_code Returns the error code when the status is error. See below for error codes.
t2a_version_number The current API version number.
credit_used The number of credits used in order to execute the request.
validation_status Set to:-

NOT_FOUND when the person could not be validated.

FOUND_UNDER_18 when a person under 18 has been validated

FOUND when a person has been validated.

TOO_MANY when the search parameters indicates more than one person sharing the full name.
match_code_surname

Describes how we matched the surname. Possible values:-

  • FULL when the surname perfectly matched.
  • FUZZY when the surname was slightly incorrect (or a known synonym).
match_code_forename

Describes how we matched the forename. Possible values:-

  • FULL when the forename matched.
  • FUZZY when the forename was slightly incorrect or was a known synonym.
match_code_address

Describes how we matched the address. Possible values:-

  • FULL when the address input perfectly matched the person's address.
  • PARTIAL when the address input partially matched. This occurs if some (but not all) of the words in the address, place and town fields were matched, and they were in the correct order.
  • (None) when the address was not used when matching the person.

Error Codes


Name

Description

missing_surname

Mandatory parameter

missing_forename

Mandatory parameter

missing_addr1

Mandatory parameter

missing_postcode

Mandatory parameter

invalid_postcode

The postcode is not a valid UK postcode.

Note that the format of the postode is flexible – any case, and the space is not mandatory.

See the common error codes.


Worked Example


Mrs Rowena Stanley

26 Braeside Gardens

York

YO24 4EZ

The free test mode may be accessed by the use of the value test for the api_key. The test mode provides free access to a fictional analogue of our real search engine data.

The fictional person above is provided to enable easy and free integration of our API method.

The address is also fictional, although it is an extrapolation of real streets.

Perfect Match Example


Using these parameters to find our dummy record:-

Parameter Value
surname Stanley
forename Rowena
postcode YO244EZ (or YO24 4EZ)
addr1 26 Braeside Gardens
town York

...returned the XML below. Note that the match codes are all FULL for the name and address values.

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<age_verification_res>
  <mode>normal</mode>
  <t2a_version_number>3.1.0.1</t2a_version_number>
  <validation_status>FOUND</validation_status>
  <match_code_forename>FULL</match_code_forename>
  <match_code_surname>FULL</match_code_surname>
  <match_code_address>FULL</match_code_address>
  <match_code_postcode>FULL</match_code_postcode>
</age_verification_res>


Successful Fuzzy Match Example


In this example the forename has been mis-spelt and by default we allow a small degree of fuzziness on the match. The API indicates that a fuzzy match has been made. You can edit the fuzzy matching criteria with the optional input parameters forename_fuzzy and surname_fuzzy (set them to true or false as needed).

Using these parameters to find our dummy record:-

Parameter Value
surname Stanley
forename Roweena
postcode YO244EZ (or YO24 4EZ)
addr1 26

...returned the XML below. Note that the match code for the forename is FUZZY because of the slight spelling change, and PARTIAL for the address.

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<age_verification_res>
  <mode>normal</mode>
  <t2a_version_number>2.2.3.8</t2a_version_number>
  <validation_status>FOUND</validation_status>
  <match_code_forename>FUZZY</match_code_forename>  
  <match_code_surname>FULL</match_code_surname>
  <match_code_address>PARTIAL</match_code_address>
  <match_code_postcode>FULL</match_code_postcode>
</age_verification_res>


Exact Match Failure Example


The forename has been mis-spelt but forename_fuzzy and surname_fuzzy are both set to false.

Using these parameters to simulate an exact match failure

Parameter Value
forename_fuzzy false
surname_fuzzy false
surname Stanley
forename Roweena
postcode YO244EZ (or YO24 4EZ)
addr1 26 Braeside Gardens
town York

...returned the XML below.

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<age_verification_res>
  <mode>normal</mode>
  <t2a_version_number>2.2.3.8</t2a_version_number>
  <validation_status>NOT_FOUND</validation_status>
  <match_code_forename>NO_MATCH</match_code_forename>
  <match_code_surname>NO_MATCH</match_code_surname>
  <match_code_address>NO_MATCH</match_code_address>
  <match_code_postcode>NO_MATCH</match_code_postcode>
</age_verification_res>
API method to use: age_verification_bulk
|
Credits per record: 10

Description


A facility to bulk age verify a CSV file of people with fully qualified UK addresses

This method allows for the verification of a list of UK persons, in a CSV.

The data must be uploaded to T2A as a csv, containing at least these columns:

  • surname and forename (or full name)
  • Postcode
  • Address Line 1

T2A will append to the CSV a single RESULT column. These are the possible values:-

Result Code Explanation
FOUND_OVER_18 The person has been verified
FOUND_UNDER_18 The person has been found but not verified as 18 or over.
NOT_FOUND The person was not found in our data
INVALID_POSTCODE The supplied postcode was invalid
INVALID_ADDRESS The supplied address was invalid
INSUFFICIENT_DATA There was insufficient information to be able to validate the person

Usage


This is an asynchronous method, requiring several stages in the operation.

  1. Create a job (also known as a transaction). This is a unique item that will be used to upload, process and finally download your data. Create the job using the create command. Please note that this is a free method.
  2. Upload your csv dataand specify the location of the above columns by using the upload command. This is free.
  3. Start the process. It runs in the backgroumd.
  4. Invoke the progress command to monitor the progress of T2A in processing your job. You may wish to display this as a progress bar or similar to your final users. The invocation of this method is normally from JavaScript.When the percentage figure has reached 100, the processing is complete,and you may proceed to the next stage.
  5. When the process is completed, check the number of records found. This is free
  6. If you wish to purchase the full result (i.e. the original csv, appended), invoke the finalise command which will prepare the data, deduct the necessary credits, and supply a download URL which can be used to obtain the purchased csv.

Commands


Introduction

The individual operations of this method are selected using the mandatory command parameter.

Command 'create'

Create a transaction (also known as a job) to be used for your upload, append and download. This is free.

Mandatory Parameters

Name Description
api_key or javascript_key Use your API key if invoking server-side. If invoking from the browser via JavaScript, generate a JavaScript key using the javascript_key method.
command Must be set to create

Returned Values

The XML response is contained within a <person-verify_bulk_res> element.

Name Description
status Returns ok if the operation has succeeded, or error if an error has occurred; Returns the error_code for error details.
error_code

Returns the error code when the status is error. See below for error codes.

transaction_id The ID of the job created.
t2a_version_number The current API version number.

Example XML Response


<?xml version="1.0"?>
<age_verify_bulk_res>
	<mode>normal</mode>
	<status>ok</status>
	<t2a_version_number>1.0.0</t2a_version_number>
	<transaction_id>wKVrW6dhYPMBEA0iQTuJ_u9YQx_L1fOvVqQ1AOboPS_U</transaction_id>
</age_verify_bulk_res> 

Command 'upload'

Upload your csv data to T2A.

Mandatory Parameters

Name Description
api_key or javascript_key Use your API key if invoking via server-side XML or SOAP. If using JSON, generate a JavaScript key using the javascript_key method.
command Must be set to upload
transaction_id The ID of the job, as created by create.
type Must be set to res or bus to denote residential or business data. The data cannot be mixed.
csv_data The csv data. If you are using the REST API, you will need to invoke this method as a POST.
is_first_line_headers Set to Y if the first lineof the CSV is the column headers.
is_first_line_headers Set to Y if the first lineof the CSV is the column headers.
surname_column The column containing the surname, as a zero-based integer.
forename_column The column containing the forename, as a zero-based integer.
forename_column The column containing the forename, as a zero-based integer.
address1_column The column containing the first line of the address, as a zero-based integer.
address2_column The column containing the second line of the address, as a zero-based integer.
postcode_column The column containing the postcode, as a zero-based integer.

Returned Values

The XML response is contained within a <person-verify_bulk_res> element.

Name Description
status Returns ok if the operation has succeeded, or error if an error has occurred; Returns the error_code for error details.
error_code

Returns the error code when the status is error. See below for error codes.

t2a_version_number The current API version number.

Example XML Response


<?xml version="1.0"?>
<age_verify_bulk_res>
	<mode>normal</mode>
	<status>ok</status>
	<t2a_version_number>1.0.0</t2a_version_number>
	<transaction_id>wKVrW6dhYPMBEA0iQTuJ_u9YQx_L1fOvVqQ1AOboPS_U</transaction_id>
</age_verify_bulk_res> 

Command 'start'

Mandatory Parameters

Name Description
api_key or javascript_key Use your API key if invoking via server-side XML or SOAP. If using JSON, generate a JavaScript key using the javascript_key method.
command Must be set to start
transaction_id The ID of the job, as created by create

Returned Values

The XML response is contained within a <person-verify_bulk_res> element.

Name Description
status Returns ok if the operation has succeeded, or error if an error has occurred; Returns the error_code for error details.
error_code

Returns the error code when the status is error. See below for error codes.

t2a_version_number The current API version number.

Example XML Response


<?xml version="1.0"?>
<age_verify_bulk_res>
	<mode>normal</mode>
	<status>ok</status>
	<t2a_version_number>1.0.0</t2a_version_number>
	<transaction_id>wKVrW6dhYPMBEA0iQTuJ_u9YQx_L1fOvVqQ1AOboPS_U</transaction_id>
</age_verify_bulk_res> 

Command 'progress'

Read the progress of the background processing of the appending. This might often be invoked as a client-side (Javascript) returning JSON.

Mandatory Parameters

Name Description
api_key or javascript_key Use your API key if invoking via server-side XML or SOAP. If using JSON, generate a JavaScript key using the javascript_key method.
command Must be set to progress
transaction_id The ID of the job, as created by create.
output Set to json if json is required.

Returned Values

The XML response is contained within a <person-verify_bulk_res> element.

Name Description
status Returns ok if the operation has succeeded, or error if an error has occurred; Returns the error_code for error details.
error_code

Returns the error code when the status is error. See below for error codes.

t2a_version_number The current API version number.
percentage The progress. When "100" the job has finished processing and you may proceed to the next stage.

Example JSON Response


{
	"transaction_id":"5nTrnrVDj6Q83GKuq68IdqAQnFcKYKCnoKNsJSVLiRzY",
	"percentage":"45",
	"mode":"normal",
	"status":"ok",
	"t2a_version_number":"2.2.2.3"
}

Command 'results'

Read the progress of the background processing of the appending. This might often be invoked as a client-side (Javascript) returning JSON.

Mandatory Parameters

Name Description
api_key or javascript_key Use your API key if invoking via server-side XML or SOAP. If using JSON, generate a JavaScript key using the javascript_key method.
command Must be set to results
transaction_id The ID of the job, as created by create.

Returned Values

The XML response is contained within a <person-verify_bulk_res> element.

Name Description
status Returns ok if the operation has succeeded, or error if an error has occurred; Returns the error_code for error details.
error_code

Returns the error code when the status is error. See below for error codes.

t2a_version_number The current API version number.
total_found The total number of rows that were able to be verified.

Example XML Response


<?xml version="1.0"?>
<age_verify_bulk_res>
	<mode>normal</mode>
	<status>ok</status>
	<t2a_version_number>3.1.0.6</t2a_version_number>
	<transaction_id>5nTrnrVDj6Q83GKuq68IdqAQnFcKYKCnoKNsJSVLiRzY</transaction_id>
	<total_found>183</total_found>
</age_verify_bulk_res> 

Command 'finalise'

Use this command to commit to purchase the processed results. Providing that you have sufficient T2A credits, the price is deducted from your balance, and you may then download the processed results.

This command can be safely re-invoked; it will only charge once.

The results include the URL by which the processed CSV may be downloaded.

Mandatory Parameters

Name Description
api_key or javascript_key Use your API key if invoking via server-side XML or SOAP. If using JSON, generate a JavaScript key using the javascript_key method.
command Must be set to finalise
transaction_id The ID of the job, as created by create.

Optional Parameters

Name Description
output Set to json for a JSON response; the default response is XML. Not applicable to the SOAP API.
callback When using JSON, specify a JSONP wrapper in which the JSON response is to be wrapped.

Returned Values

The XML response is contained within a <person-verify_bulk_res> element.

Name Description
status Returns ok if the operation has succeeded, or error if an error has occurred; Returns the error_code for error details.
error_code

Returns the error code when the status is error. See below for error codes.

t2a_version_number The current API version number.
credit_used The number of credits used in order to execute the request.
download_url The full URL from which the processed CSV may now be downloaded.

Example XML Response


<?xml version="1.0"?>
<age_verify_bulk_res>
	<mode>normal</mode>
	<status>ok</status>
	<t2a_version_number>1.0.0</t2a_version_number>
	<transaction_id>wKVrW6dhYPMBEA0iQTuJ_u9YQx_L1fOvVqQ1AOboPS_U</transaction_id>
	<download_url>http://api.t2a.io/rest/rest.aspx?method=csv_download&amp;job_id=2Kp9vcVWLYoisqKdADJx__3bf1LmVKVKEs6s01qOvZzz</download_url>
</age_verify_bulk_res> 

Error Codes


See the common error codes. There are no errors which are specific to this method.

There are two ways to authenticate your application with the T2A API. The two implementation examples on this page cover each type of authentication

We recommend using an API key for internal applications and the javascript key for public facing applications where you would want to protect your API key.

Please note: The examples below run on a sandbox environment which return sample data. To quality check the data we provide, up to 3 free searches are available in the demo tab with results showing live [REDACTED] data.

API key


<div class="age-verification-example">
  <form class="age-verification-form">

    <div class="form-group">
          <label for="surname">Surname</label>
          <input type="text" class="form-control" id="surname" placeholder="Person's surname e.g Fawcett">
      </div>

    <div class="form-group">
          <label for="surname">Forename</label>
          <input type="text" class="form-control" id="forename" placeholder="Person's forename e.g John">
      </div>

    <div class="form-group">
          <label for="surname">Postcode</label>
          <input type="text" class="form-control" id="postcode" placeholder="UK Postcode">
      </div>

    <div class="form-group">
          <label for="surname">Address</label>
          <input type="text" class="form-control" id="addr1" placeholder="UK Address (First line)">
      </div>

    <button type="submit" class="btn example-submit">Submit</button>
  </form>
</div>

<div class="results">
  <div id="results-output"></div>
  <a class="results-return" href="#">Back to search</a>
</div>
                
.age-verification-example, .results {
  margin: 20px auto;
  width: 400px;
}

form.age-verification-form, .results {
    background-color: #F6F6F6;
    border: 1px solid #CBCBCB;
    padding: 15px;
}

.example-submit {
    background-color: #F0614C;
    border-radius: 2px;
    font-size: 11px;
    font-weight: 400;
    color: #fff;
    text-transform: uppercase;
    letter-spacing: 0.193em;
    width: 138px;
    height: 41px;
    margin-top: 10px;
}

.results {
  display: none;
}

.results-return {
    font-weight: 600;
    color: #F0614C;
}

#results-output span {
    font-weight: bold;
    text-transform: capitalize;
}

#results-output hr {
    border-top: 1px solid #000;
}

.error {
  font-size: 11px;
  color: #f00;
}

p.not_found {
  font-weight: bold;
  color: red;
}

p.found_under_18 {
  font-weight: bold;
  color: red;
}

p.found {
  font-weight: bold;
  color: green;
}
                
$(document).ready(function(){ 	
    $(".age-verification-form").submit(function(e) {
        e.preventDefault();	

        $('.error', $(this)).remove();

        var surname = $("#surname");        if(!surname.val()) {
                errorBefore("Please enter a surname.", surname);
            }

        var forename = $("#forename");        if(!forename.val()) {
                errorBefore("Please enter a forename.", forename);
            }

        var postcode = $("#postcode");        if(!postcode.val()) {
                errorBefore("Please enter a postcode.", postcode);
            }

        var addr1 = $("#addr1");        if(!addr1.val()) {
                errorBefore("Please enter an address.", addr1);
            }

        if($('.error', $(this)).length) {	
            $('.error', $(this)).first().next('input').focus();
        } else {
    
            $.ajax({
                url: 'https://api.t2a.io/rest/rest.aspx',
                dataType: 'json',
                data: {
                    'method'   : "age_verification",
                    'api_key'  : 'sandbox',
                    'surname' : surname.val(),
                    'forename' : forename.val(),
                    'postcode' : postcode.val(),
                    'addr1' : addr1.val(),
                                'check_under_18' : 'true',
                    'output'   : 'json'
                    },
                success: function(result){
                    if(result.validation_status == "NOT_FOUND") {
                        $('#results-output').append('<p class="output not_found">'+forename.val()+' '+surname.val()+' was not found at the specificed address')
                    };
                    if(result.validation_status == "FOUND_UNDER_18") {
                        $('#results-output').append('<p class="output found_under_18">'+forename.val()+' '+surname.val()+' was found at the specified address, but we cannot confirm they are over 18')
                    };
                    if(result.validation_status == "FOUND") {
                        $('#results-output').append('<p class="output found">'+forename.val()+' '+surname.val()+' was found at the specified address and is over 18')
                    };
                    $('.age-verification-example').hide();
                    $('.results').show(); 
               }
            });
        }
    });
    
    $('.results-return').on('click', function(e){
        e.preventDefault();
        $('#results-output').empty();
        
        $('.age-verification-example').show();
        $('.results').hide();
    });
});

function errorBefore(msg, insertBefore) {
    $('<p class="error">' + msg + '</p>').insertBefore(insertBefore);
}

Javascript key


<div class="age-verification-example">
  <form class="age-verification-form">

    <div class="form-group">
          <label for="surname">Surname</label>
          <input type="text" class="form-control" id="surname" placeholder="Person's surname e.g Fawcett">
      </div>

    <div class="form-group">
          <label for="surname">Forename</label>
          <input type="text" class="form-control" id="forename" placeholder="Person's forename e.g John">
      </div>

    <div class="form-group">
          <label for="surname">Postcode</label>
          <input type="text" class="form-control" id="postcode" placeholder="UK Postcode">
      </div>

    <div class="form-group">
          <label for="surname">Address</label>
          <input type="text" class="form-control" id="addr1" placeholder="UK Address (First line)">
      </div>

    <button type="submit" class="btn example-submit">Submit</button>
  </form>
</div>

<div class="results">
  <div id="results-output"></div>
  <a class="results-return" href="#">Back to search</a>
</div>
                
.age-verification-example, .results {
  margin: 20px auto;
  width: 400px;
}

form.age-verification-form, .results {
    background-color: #F6F6F6;
    border: 1px solid #CBCBCB;
    padding: 15px;
}

.example-submit {
    background-color: #F0614C;
    border-radius: 2px;
    font-size: 11px;
    font-weight: 400;
    color: #fff;
    text-transform: uppercase;
    letter-spacing: 0.193em;
    width: 138px;
    height: 41px;
    margin-top: 10px;
}

.results {
  display: none;
}

.results-return {
    font-weight: 600;
    color: #F0614C;
}

#results-output span {
    font-weight: bold;
    text-transform: capitalize;
}

#results-output hr {
    border-top: 1px solid #000;
}

.error {
  font-size: 11px;
  color: #f00;
}

p.not_found {
  font-weight: bold;
  color: red;
}

p.found_under_18 {
  font-weight: bold;
  color: red;
}

p.found {
  font-weight: bold;
  color: green;
}
                
$(document).ready(function(){ 	
    $(".age-verification-form").submit(function(e) {
        e.preventDefault();	

        $('.error', $(this)).remove();

        var surname = $("#surname");        if(!surname.val()) {
                errorBefore("Please enter a surname.", surname);
            }

        var forename = $("#forename");        if(!forename.val()) {
                errorBefore("Please enter a forename.", forename);
            }

        var postcode = $("#postcode");        if(!postcode.val()) {
                errorBefore("Please enter a postcode.", postcode);
            }

        var addr1 = $("#addr1");        if(!addr1.val()) {
                errorBefore("Please enter an address.", addr1);
            }

        if($('.error', $(this)).length) {	
            $('.error', $(this)).first().next('input').focus();
        } else {
            $.ajax({
                url: 'https://t2a.io/ajax/getExampleJSKey',
                dataType: 'json',
                success: function (result) {       
                        
                    if (result.status)
                    {       
                        $.ajax({
                            url: 'https://api.t2a.io/rest/rest.aspx',
                            dataType: 'json',
                            data: {
                                'method'   : "age_verification",
                                'javascript_key'  : result.javascript_key,
                                'domain' : "t2a.io", 
                                'surname' : surname.val(),
                                'forename' : forename.val(),
                                'postcode' : postcode.val(),
                                'addr1' : addr1.val(),
                                'check_under_18' : 'true',
                                'output'   : 'json'
                            },
                            success: function(result){
                                if(result.validation_status == "NOT_FOUND") {
                                    $('#results-output').append('<p class="output not_found">'+forename.val()+' '+surname.val()+' was not found at the specificed address')
                                };
                                if(result.validation_status == "FOUND_UNDER_18") {
                                    $('#results-output').append('<p class="output found_under_18">'+forename.val()+' '+surname.val()+' was found at the specified address, but we cannot confirm they are over 18')
                                };
                                if(result.validation_status == "FOUND") {
                                    $('#results-output').append('<p class="output found">'+forename.val()+' '+surname.val()+' was found at the specified address and is over 18')
                                };
                                $('.age-verification-example').hide();
                                $('.results').show(); 
                            }
                        });
                    }
                }
            });
        }
    });
    
    $('.results-return').on('click', function(e){
        e.preventDefault();
        $('#results-output').empty();
        
        $('.age-verification-example').show();
        $('.results').hide();
    });
});

function errorBefore(msg, insertBefore) {
    $('<p class="error">' + msg + '</p>').insertBefore(insertBefore);
}

This example first needs to call to a file on your server, which will provide the user with an API key from your javascript key.

In our example above we have used a PHP file located at ajax/getExampleJSKey which looks like the example below

    <?php

        $url = 'https://api.t2a.io/rest/rest.aspx'
            . "?method=javascript_key"
            . "&api_key=sandbox" .
            . "&domain=" . $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'];
            . '&ip_address=' . get_user_ip()
            . "&lifetime_minutes=10";

        $result = simplexml_load_file($url);

        if ($result->javascript_key) {
            echo (string)$result->javascript_key;
        }

Next Steps...


We will give you a unique API key to allow you to test the method using credits on your T2A account. The Demo tab will allow you to test the parameters required and view the result.

If you do not have an account you will first need to sign up

 

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Other related API methods:

See who lives at an address
Search the Electoral Roll (edited version)
Check if a person is deceased
Person Verification - check if someone exists