TRUSTELEVATE FOR E-COMMERCE
As the online retail market expands, so do retailers' needs, especially when it comes to regulatory compliance
Integration of TrustElevate’s solution enables retailers to verify age at the point of sale. Coupled with verification at the point of delivery, there is no more reliable way of ensuring your customer is legally allowed to make a purchase of age-restricted products.
TrustElevate transfers privacy-preserving tokens which confirm a user’s age and, where appropriate, parental permission, so you and your customers can be assured of the security of their data.
This token transfer process is seamless and works in real-time, with burst capability built in.
The sale and delivery of age-restricted goods and services, such as knives, alcohol and age-rated games, are subject to meeting regulatory requirements which present a challenge for retailers
TrustElevate’s AgeCheck enables retailers to operate in compliance with those regulatory requirements
Benefits for Marketplaces
Easy API integration
Secure onboarding for your customers
Extend existing services
Improve revenue growth and protection
Compliance with existing and upcoming regulations
Enables digital identity as a service strategy
Secure for your customers
Key enabler of digital parenting settings
Boost your brand reputation
Enhance customer acquisition, retention and trust
Standout customer experience
Children's rights are respected
Demonstrate global leadership in trusted
services and online commerce
Plug & Play API to verify all age groups including under 17s
TrustElevate enables businesses to navigate
age-related legislation by providing nuanced and
Veripass enables data protection regulation compliance across all age groups, including children and young people
TrustElevate’s Veripass enables platforms to obtain a customer’s consent to data processing, and for young children, consent from the authorised holder of parental responsibility for a child.
MyFamily trials with BT
In Q1 2020, TrustElevate conducted trials with BT as a part of the UK Government’s VoCO (Verification of Children Online) project