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Few companies require their testers to user their REAL personal information (Name, Date of Birth, address etc.) to test an integration with a “identity verification” provider .e.g for real time soft Credit check.
Ideally there should be some test user/data instead of using your personal information.
Has anyone encountered this scenario ???
Is there any precedence for this ?
For the some of the solutions I design, we created quite a few “dummy” accounts for use in our usability tests. On some solution it is not possible to do this, so in those situation we will ask test participants to sign a NDA (Non Disclosure Agreement).
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