Press Release: Majority of people are unable to spot fake passports new research reveals

22 February 2017, London, UK – Leading identity confirmation service, HooYu, today released the results of new research examining how well the general public are able to identify fake passports.

The research shows how the public is at risk. In a new study conducted by Atomik research, a sample of 1,013 people were asked to identify if a passport was a real document or a fake. The results showed that 68% of the time people are unable to correctly identify a fake passport.

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