Checklist like the above is shown at the top of the Logs pane. It summarises the integrity of the data you submitted. Let's see what each line of the chart represents:
If the customer's address exists in the country where the campaign is operating, it gets 50%. 100% is achieved when the address is auto-filled by selecting one address from the suggestions Floodgate provides.
Floodgate uses a service called Neverbounce to validate email addresses. This line gets to 50% when the registered email address passes the Neverbounce validation. 100% is reached when the welcome email is opened by the customer.
This line gets to 50% when a bank account information is acquired passing Floodgate's bank account validation. To make this line reaches 100%, a valid credit card details have to be added and a token has to be issued by a payment gateway.
Verification for the phone number is done in two ways. One way is to call the customer and the other way is to send an SMS to the customer's mobile phone. When either one of the verification processes is successful, this line gets to 50%. When both are successful, then this line gets to 100%
Tip: This checklist can be a good tool when assessing the integrity of the data submitted by your team members. It can also be used as fraud prevention - if most items get 0%, something must be wrong with the data.