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Saving landlords money is always at the forefront of our minds at the TR Group, which is why we launch our very own Home Office Compliant TR Immigration Document Checking Service today.
In 2015 TenantReferencingUK.com decided to comply with the initial Right to Rent pilot launched in the West Midlands by using Jumio’s ID verification technology, Netverify. The legislation required that all landlords and letting agents verify their tenant’s identity, making sure they hold an authentic, unmanipulated, government-issued ID.
Since Jumio’s implementation, TenantReferencingUK.com has successfully complied with the newly launched legislation by performing quick and simple checks, providing landlords and letting agents additional peace of mind. Since the adoption of Netverify, Tenant Referencing UK have verified thousands of tenants IDs from the UK and the European Union.
Earlier this year the Right to Rent legislation was extended to the whole of UK, as part of a national roll-out. Landlords and agencies that do not comply with this new regulation may face a £3,000 fine.
Not only can our new service verify whether your tenant has the right to rent in the UK, it is also the cheapest and most comprehensive Immigration Check available on the buy to let market (to-date); at £5 (5 credits) per report. Or £13 for a Serviced Document Verification Report.
“At LandlordReferencing.co.uk, we’re all about giving our letting agents and landlords peace of mind that they are complying with the new regulation while also delivering a faster and easier ID check for their tenants. Helping landlords and letting agencies verify the veracity of their tenants’ documents can be a challenging work. TR Immigration Document Checking Service is fully Home Office compliant and offers all UK Landlords and Letting Agents the in-depth expertise needed for performing checks of IDs from over 130 countries at the lowest price possible, without hindering the user experience.” said Paul Routledge, CEO at LandlordReferencing.co.uk.
So I was recommended to use Legal for Landlords tenant referencing through Upad.
I asked for a Right to Rent Check to be included. I'm now looking at this 'Complete report' in utter disbelief, because the right to rent check asks THE TENANT if they have the right to reside... ?????????????????????? There's no paperwork evidence to back up whether they meet their financial obligations either.
As if the tenant is going to say no, please report me to the Home Office!! What an absolutely ###### pointless exercise - I dread to think what a Summary Report entails!
Lesson well and truly learned!
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