Differences between verified users, registered users and users that have accepted a client agreement
Registered users means users that were imported or signed up via the Schibsted account signup page or were created via our APIs by a client.
Verified users means users that have verified their email by going through the email verification process. This process is required by both users that have signed up or have been imported to Schibsted account.
When signing up via SPID's signup APIs, the user agreement is automatically accepted. It is required that clients informs users of this on the signup page or mobile application.
When creating users via the POST /user API, the user agreement is not automatically accepted. This is done after the email verification process.
There is no correlation between a user having a verified status and the acceptance of a client agreement.
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