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In a Google Consumer Survey, over 80% of consumers believe that Realtors® have an obligation to verify a stranger's identity.

Trust Stamp’s Realtor® Safety Tool

It’s time to make your safety a priority. Our safety tool empowers you to verify the identity and trustworthiness of potential clients for free before taking that first face to face meeting. It is free, secure, and easy to implement in your business.

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Peace of Mind
In Under 2 Minutes

Invite your potential client

After you register, use our web tool to send a text or email inviting your potential client to create their profile.

Client creates their profile

Your potential client will receive a link to create their profile. All they need to do is take a quick selfie, submit a photo of their Government issued ID, and link one social media account. Now your client can share their profile with you.

Review Client Profile

Once shared, you can see the client's name, selfie, and a green, amber, or red safety indicator which communicated their potential trustworthiness. All data is treated with bank-level security. After you have reviewed the client's profile, the client's data is deleted from our system.

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Using Trust Stamp for your business

The Trust Stamp App for Realtors® is a quick and simple tool to establish the identity and trustworthiness of a stranger before meeting them and/or providing access to your client’s home or property. This App is available only to members of the National Association of Realtors® and is accessed using your NRDS number.

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Secure your email, and secure your future

Trusted Mail requires a facial-biometric sign-in with proprietary proof of life to create and send a secure e-mail. The authorized recipient likewise uses their facial-biometric sign-in to open and decrypt the e-mail.

Mail can be designated as one-to-one or one-to-many potentially permitting multiple authorized recipients to decrypt the email.

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