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6.4.1 Clients and other individuals who have registered their identity, stolen somebody else's identity or subverted the registration process might attempt to enrol for services that they are not entitled to. This might involve the provision of a false proof of status, either deliberately or by accident. These threats might be countered by, for example, examining original documents to an appropriate level of scrutiny, checking the details given against other government back-end system databases, or requiring that a trustworthy person or organisation confirm the information given. 6.4.2 Appropriate measures must be in place to:

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