Looking for FamilySearch Policy on minimum standard for ordinances
Someone is asking me if the church wants them to verify anything before submitting a name for ordinance work, or if they can just throw tons of names into the tree from a (somewhat shady in my view) other source and submit names to the temple system. I know many including me would personally discourage not verifying anything at all, but I don't want to just give my own opinion--I want to know FamilySearch's official position on the matter.
I used to refer people to a FS help article that essentially said an ancestor's name should not be reserved for ordinance work until essential information has been verified. It left it up to the user to determine how much verification was necessary, but it clearly stated verification should precede reservation and submission of temple ordinances.
I can no longer find that help article. Can anyone point me to it, or to any similar article on the topic? I can find dozens that essentially say the ancestor is ready for ordinances as soon as the green icon lights up, but none that say anything about verification before reserving ordinances. I'm worried that FamilySearch no longer cares about verification before ordinances--I don't like that if so, but I want to tell this person the Church's position even if I don't like it.