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How to spot a fake id
Can be seen with the naked eye
Requires touch to detect
Tilt card to view feature
Requires light source
Fine-line or guilloche pattern
A pattern of continuously fine lines constructed by using two or more lines in overlapping bands that repeat a lacy, web-like curve.
Ghost image
Half-tone reproduction of the original image that is typically printed in the same area as, and behind, personal data.
Laser engraving
Information that cannot be mechanically or chemically removed without surface damage to the card. Can be used for photos, characters, bar codes, OCR, etc.
Laser perforation
Holes made with a laser beam to form images or objects. Image is visible when held up to a light source. It has tactile feel with conical holes that are larger at the entrance than exit.
Overlapping data
Variable data, such as digitized signature, seals, or text that can be places over another field such as a photo image. Both fields must be altered to make a fake.
An ultra-thin film or protective coat in that may be applied to the surface of a card in place of a security laminate and which may contain optically variable features.
Tactile feature
A feature that is apparent to touch or feel without the use of a special instrument. This could include texture, flexibility, or weight of the document.
Transparent image
See-through, window-like feature visible from both sides of a document.
Laser embossing
The uniq use of a laser to emboss an image or data to rise only on one side of the card material.
Rainbow printing
Must demonstrate a controlled exacting color shift in a continuous linear fashion
Opacity mark
Similar to a watermark, it is a plastic that contains a uniq translucate mark
Variable laser image
Laser - engraved image with tilting effect incorporated in plastic cards: images are engraved at different angles through an array of cylindrical lenses embossed into the surface of the card. Angle of view effects a change.
It is important to notice that there are no universal standards of features that must be used on IDs. More detailed information about this can be found in the ID-Checking Guide (US and Canada edition). This Guide fully describes relevant security features that could possible be on the ID (or driving license) and the places, where they should be located. The Guide includes all above mentioned main points and 10 additional security features that could be detected using special equipment only (this information is described in the "Security Features" section of the US Identification Manual).

Main points to define the fake ID
There are many security features that ought to be on the real ID. But some of them require special tools, like magnification or UV light, in order to be observed. But, as real situation shows, the person's ID is often has to be checked very quickly with the naked eye only.

Police officers, HR managers, bank representatives, even shop assistants have to verify an ID every day. And it is very seldom when they have a possibility to use special equipment. Regarding that, U.S. and Canadian authorities have made several up grades of security features. Some of them can be detected by touch, by eyes and holding the ID against the light. So, below we will try to list the main points, which, we hope, help you to identify the fake ID quickly:
Features, which could be observed by naked eye:
- Fine line (or guilloche pattern) on the background forms web-like curves.
- Ghost image (half-tone image of the original photo, which is usually printed in the same area as personal data).
- Overlapping data (foe example, details of personal information can be printed over a photo image).
- Transparent image (see-through image can be observed from each side of the document).
- Rainbow printing (high quality printing that must show the fine colour shifting in a continuous liner way).
-Laser-engraved image.

Features, which could be observed with the help of the light and by touch:
- Laser engraving (bar codes, photos, characters can be engraved with laser and it is hard to remove them without damaging the surface).
- Tactile features (standard weight or flexibility of the document).
- Laser embossing (special embossing that allow an image or data to rise only on one side of the document).
- Laser perforation (holes that made with a help of laser beam, create object or image. It is possible to feel this object or image with touch).
- Overlay (special protective coating that contains variable features).
- Opacity mark (a plastic that has a unique translucent mark).