Please follow these steps to submit your your ID video verification.
As business owners, we know you can appreciate the significant role security plays in today’s business environment. As a pre-requisite to receiving a SOW offer, you are required to submit Photo Identification to Girlicity. This verification is NOT for Arise or ACD. This verification is for Girlicity.
Once you have submitted your video ID you will see this page:
If you do not see this page and see this, then you did not submit all of your video ID successfully:
If it is determined that any document has been forged or does not belong to the individual presenting the document, the account is subject to immediate suspension or deactivation and removal from Girlicity and Arise. Any monies that have been earned fraudulently are immediately forfeited.
If you get an error when you submit and are not taken to a page thanking you for submitting the form, try these troubleshooting ideas:
** Email submission will NOT be accepted
****Understand that we cannot issue any payments until we have a valid ID video on file for you so it is important that you submit all documents before you start earning revenue.
***ONLY SUBMIT USING A COMPUTER – DO NOT SUBMIT USING A MOBILE DEVICE
A payee who receives a proper request from a business (including sole proprietors) to fill out a W-9 is required to fill out the form and return it to the business. The requirement is contained in section 6109 of the Internal Revenue Code and accompanying Treasury Regulations. See I.R.C. § 6109(a)(2), (3); see also Treas. Reg. § 301.6109-1(b)(1) (“A U.S. person whose number must be included on a document filed by another person must give the taxpayer identifying number so required to the other person on request.”). Indeed, the general instructions on page one of the current Form W-9 indicate that it is mandatory to provide a taxpayer identification number to a business who properly requests it:
“An individual or entity (Form W-9 requester) who is required to file an information return with the IRS must obtain your correct taxpayer identification number (TIN) which may be your social security number (SSN), individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN), adoption taxpayer identification number (ATIN), or employer identification number (EIN), to report on an information return the amount paid to you, or other amount reportable on an information return. (emphasis added)”
Payments which are reported on an information return such as a 1099 tend not to be subject to federal income tax withholding. But a person (including a business) may be subject to backup withholding, at the rate of 24 percent, if the person neglects or refuses to provide an accurate and valid TIN when properly requested to do so by a business.
The IRS has approved the use of electronic 1099-MISC statements. Instead of a paper copy, Independent Contractors may choose to receive their 1099-MISC statement electronically. The advantages of this option are:
By signing this form, you are consenting to receive your 1099-MISC by electronic means only; a paper copy will not be provided to you. This consent remains in effect indefinitely or until you inform Girlicity LLC that you wish to revoke the consent. Simply notify Girlicity LLC in writing, or email, that you would prefer a paper copy instead of the electronic version.
If you withdraw your consent after the 1099-MISC has been emailed t you, you can request a paper copy be mailed to you.
Keep Girlicity LLC informed of any changes that occur during the year as we will need accurate information to email you your 1099-MISC.
Girlicity LLC will provide you a paper copy of your form 1099-MISC if you do not provide consent
This consent remains in effect indefinitely or until you inform Girlicity LLC that you wish to revoke the consent.
Falsifying documents is a very serious offense and is generally classified as a felony. This means that a person charged with falsifying documents may be subject to the following legal penalties:
Depending on the nature of the offense, as well as individual state laws, falsifying documents can result in a prison sentence of 5-10 years. Also, if government documents or federal authorities were involved, the legal penalties may be more severe. A maximum sentence for falsifying federal investigation and bankruptcy records can be fines and 20 year imprisonment.
Legal penalties may increase with repeat offenses.
Besides being subject to penalties and incarceration, falsifying documents can have adverse consequences in one’s life and may constitute: