Account Customer

For customers conducting a higher number of searches, we have account facilities for added convenience. Using personalised user IDs and passwords, colleagues can share an account to make searches or access a library of previous search results. As an account customer you can credit funds to your account from which the fees are deducted as searches are made, or pay with a credit/debit card.

Additional users

Additional users can be added to the same account. Each user will have their own username and password, allowing them to make searches and access a library of the accounts previous search results.

Payment process

Once you have opened an account you can add funds to your account either with a credit/debit card or via a BAC’s payment. Funds will be deducted each time searches are made, removing the need to use a credit/debit card at the end of each basket of searches. If you choose to close your account in the future, any remaining funds will be credited back to you.

If you would rather not pre-pay funds into your account, you can complete each basket of searches with your credit/debit card.

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Passwords must meet the following minimum requirements:
  • Be at least eight characters in length
  • Must contain one of each of the following:
    • Uppercase character A to Z
    • Lowercase character a to z
    • Digit 0 to 9
    • Non-alphabetic character, for example ! $ # %

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