How Do I Apply to Be a Verified Issuer?

Here is the application process to become a verified issuer through Accredible.

After submitting a request form to become an Accredible verified issuer, our team will review the information provided. Once they have approved your request, they will then instate your verified status.

Important Note:  Issuer verification is only available for paying customers on an Accredible subscription. If you submit a request and are not a current customer of Accredible, your request will be denied.

The Issuer Verification Form 

  1. Go to the Main Menu by clicking on your name at the top right-hand corner of the Accredible Dashboard and clicking 'Issuer Verification.'
  2. Click 'Complete Your Form'. 
  3. Fill out the Issuer Verification form, then click 'submit' to send your request to our verification team. We aim to respond to Issuer Verification Requests within 3 business days.

Important Note: You will need to include your Account ID in your application. This is the number that appears in the drop-down menu at the top right-hand corner of your dashboard

Request Review

Your request will be sent to our verification team, who will review the information you have provided. If they have any further questions for you or require further evidence, they will write to you at the email address provided in your submission form.

How will I know if my request is approved?

If the request is approved, we will write to let you know, and the 'Verified Issuer' status will be applied to your account.

What happens when my request is denied?

If the request is denied, we will let you know using the email address you provided in your form submission. Should you wish to submit a new request with new evidence, you can do so at any time if you provide the same information as a previous submission, the request with automatically be denied again.

Why should I apply to become a verified issuer?

To increase the value of your certifications. Recipients can share their credentials with confidence on social media sites or with potential employers as they know that anyone who lands on the credential view page will be able to hit ‘verify’ and confirm the credential has been issued by the institution they claim it has. 

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