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SSL Validation FAQ's - What type of documents do I need for validation?

When you have enrolled for your SSL Certificate you will be provided with an Order Number and instructions on what to do next. These instructions will also be emailed to you.

Summary of what we need to do: if we already have a record of your company and domain name(s) in the IdAuthority, the largest company directory on the web, we will be able to expedite your SSL application. In most cases, this means that validation of your application and issuance of your SSL Certificate may only take a few minutes.

If we do not already hold sufficient information on your company and domain name(s), or your application data does not completely match the IdAuthority entry for your website, we may require additional information. These informational requirements will be provided during the enrollment process and via email.

We may request your Business License, Articles of Association or DUNS information (depending on your country and incorporation status). If you are a non-incorporated business or use a trading name please contact us for further instructions.

Flaming Ltd
The Exchange
Haslucks Green Road
B90 2EL
T: (0845) 466 0182

Acceptable corporate documentation
1) Articles of Incorporation (with address)
2) Business License (with address)

If you do not have access to the above documentation, we would ask that you supply:

1) Trading License (with address)
2) Copy of utilities bill/bank statement/ cheque containing your company name and address
3) DUNs Number

If you do not have access to ANY of the above documentation, we would ask that you supply documentation of your trading name and address and whom you are - this could be a combination of your driving license or passport and a bank statement addressed to you as your fictitious/trading name, or similar combinations.

If the documents are not in English, we would ask you to please supply a copy of the original documents and an English translation signed and with the following statement on it "I hereby declare this translation to be true and accurate".

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