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What is puts you in control of your digital footprint. You’ve worked hard to create a trustworthy reputation. We help you to build, manage, verify and share a free trusted iD Card, bringing that reputation everywhere you go.

Who is behind comes to you from the minds at Inflection, a tech start-up in Silicon Valley. Inflection's mission is to help organize people information in more friendly and useful ways. Among its most successful current and former products are, a public records search engine, and, a leading family history site recently purchased by

Does it cost anything to have an account?

Taking control of your online identity with an iD Card is free!

Privacy & Security

Is it safe to enter the passwords for all my networks and services on does not store the usernames or passwords you use for the networks and services you associate with your account. Each service provides us with a secure token that lets us access your information with your permission. You can deactivate a service at any time. Click on Social Profiles to manage your associated services on Please note that by removing any service you will no longer have that service available on your iD Card.

What does do to protect my information? takes privacy and security very seriously. We use SSL encryption to protect your data as you browse our website, and work with independent security experts to regularly test our security measures as well.

To learn more about our privacy policies and technologies, check out our Privacy Policy.

How do I report an imposter posing as me in an iD Card?

We have zero tolerance for counterfeit iD Cards on If someone has created an account about you without your permission, please feel free to flag the iD Card directly or let us know through our contact form. Please be sure to include counterfeit link, e.g., We will investigate and take appropriate action.

What is account verification?

Account verification helps you stay confident that you're connecting with real people, both online and offline. By verifying your real-world identity (through your photo ID or by answering security questions that only you know) and your online identity (through your email address, phone number, and social profiles), you can confidently share your Verified iD Card and build trust with others online.

Why should I verify my email address?

Verification not only helps us make sure that we're contacting the right person, it also helps prevent other people from claiming your identity.

Why should I verify my phone number?

Verification not only helps us make sure that we're contacting the right person, it also helps prevent other people from claiming your identity. By verifying your phone number, you can control whether or not other people can use it to get in touch with you through iD.

Why should I verify my photo ID?

Verification not only helps us make sure that we're contacting the right person, it also helps prevent other people from claiming your identity. Before making changes to your personal information, we ask to verify your photo ID so that we know nobody is trying to impersonate you.

Why do I have to provide a copy of my ID?

Providing a copy of your government-issued photo ID is the easiest way to verify that you are who you say you are. Our verification partners help prevent identity fraud.

What do I do if I'm having trouble with verification?

Just let us know and we’ll be happy to help you out with the verification process.

Why is a strong password important?

The password you choose could be what stands between keeping your information safe or leaking it out. A strong password helps to protect from malicious people trying to hack or guess your passwords with the goal to gain access to your information.


  • You should avoid passwords that are too easy to guess, such variations on words like "password", standard dictionary words, or patterns on the keyboard like "qwerty" or "12345".
  • You should incorporate a mix of upper and lowercase letters (Aa), numbers (3) and symbols (*) to make your password harder to guess.
  • A good password is hard for other people to guess but easy for you to remember. Try using a random phrase and insert a mix of characters like "iLov3Sunsh1ne".
  • Create unique passwords for different accounts (i.e. personal email, online banking, social media). If a hacker gets access to a password you commonly use, it will be easy for them to access your other accounts that use the same password.
  • Keep your password a secret. Do not share your password with anyone. Do not keep a file of passwords on your computer. Do not write your passwords down on paper.
How do I report suspicious activity on

We do not take abuse lightly and we have zero tolerance for any content in violation of our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. If you notice any suspicious activity on, please let us know. Our Privacy Team will investigate and take appropriate action.)

If you suspect that your account has been compromised, you should immediately email for assistance.

I have additional questions regarding my personal safety online. Who do I contact? values your concerns about personal safety. If you have any further questions, please email and we will be happy to assist you.

iD Card & Sharing

Why would I want to connect social profiles to my account?

Connecting social profiles to your iD Card helps establish you as the verified owner of those social network accounts.

How do I remove a social profile, like my Facebook or LinkedIn account from

If you wish to remove a social network, visit the My iD tab and click on Social Profiles. Choose which service you want to remove and click on Disconnect.

It's easy to reactivate a social network! Just click on the network you would like to add under the Connect More Networks section.

What happens when I remove a service, like my Facebook account, from

Once you remove a service, will no longer have access to your data from that service. The service will be removed from your iD Card

It's easy to reactivate a social profile! Go to Social Profiles to add and manage your social profiles.

How do I make my iD Card invisible to the public?

Once you've created an iD Card, you can choose from three levels of visibility:

  • Everyone can view your iD Card
  • Only registered users of can view your iD Card
  • Only you can view your iD Card. Your public iD Card and all information associated with it is no longer viewable by others. People will not be able to search for you or view any of your information.

To change this setting, go to "My iD" under the "My Account" menu.

How do I change my public iD Card URL?

You can customize your URL from your iD Card page once you have your Verified iD badge. You can only change your iD Card URL twice, so make sure it's something you want!

What kinds of iD Card photos are acceptable?

You have the opportunity to add a photo to your iD Card so that others can recognize you. Please refrain from using offensive images or images that you do not have authorization to publish. has the right to remove your iD Card photo if it is considered inappropriate according to our Terms of Use.

When I connect Facebook and other social profiles, does anything from appear on those sites? does not publish anything on the social networks that you connect unless you decide to share your iD Card on a social network.

Why am I seeing a link to my iD Card on Google even though I hid my iD Card on so that no one would find me?

By default, your iD Card should not appear in Google search results until you make it public. Once a search engine adds your iD Card link to their index, it can take a while for them to remove it if you make your iD Card private again. Unfortunately, iD cannot help you remove information from Google search engine results.

Why can't I change my name?

Your Verified iD card establishes trust online. For safety and authenticity, we require that you use your real name. You may be having trouble changing your name if your name doesn't follow our name policy, or you changed your name in the last 90 days. People change their names infrequently in the real world, so iD limits how often you can change your iD Card name. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

What is the red "X" next to my Display Name and how do I remove it?

While you can change your Display Name to anything you want, the name you choose should be one that you commonly go by in real life. Currently, we require that it matches some components of your legal name. If you commonly go by the name you provided, and it does not match, please contact our Privacy Team at: for review.

What is an iD Card?

Think of your iD Card as your digital business card: you can share it with others anywhere you go online, use it to tell people more about yourself and establish a verified online presence, as well as allow others to get in touch with you. Your iD Card can be shared with anyone using your custom iD Card link (

To view or update your iD Card settings, go to your iD Card

Account Management

How do I deactivate my account?

Your account is yours to keep - if you don't want to use it anymore, we'll still make sure that no one else can claim your online identity. You control whether other people can see your iD Card.

How do I change my account email or password?

You can change your email or password by going to Account Settings.

To update your email address:

  • Select “Change” next to your current email address
  • Enter your new email address. Select update to save your change

To update your password:

  • Enter your current password and your new password
  • Confirm your new password and select update
I forgot my password. How do I reset it?

If you can't remember your password, please enter your email address on the password reset page. Be sure to enter the email address you used when creating your account and click 'Send it!'. We'll send you an email with a link to reset your password.

If you're still having trouble with your login, please contact our customer support department and we'll get to the bottom of it.

Two-Factor Authentication

Why enable Two-Factor Authentication?

Two-factor authentication adds another layer of protection to your iD account. Enter your email address and password, then use your phone to complete your sign in. Use two-factor authentication with SMS or the Authy mobile app.

To manage your settings, go to My Account Settings > Two-Factor Authentication.

How to enable Two-Factor Authentication?

To enable two-factor authentication with SMS:

  • Verify your phone number with iD: go to Verification > Phone Numbers and complete verification
  • Once you’ve verified your mobile phone number, go to My Account Settings > Two-Factor Authentication
  • Select Authenticate With SMS
  • We’ll text you a seven-digit authentication code
  • Enter the seven-digit code to Enable Two-Factor Authentication

To enable two-factor authentication with Authy:

  • Go to My Account Settings > Two-Factor Authentication
  • Select Authenticate With Authy
  • Download Authy from the App Store or Google Play
  • Authy will save your iD account and generate a seven-digit code
  • Enter the seven-digit code on iD to Enable Two-Factor Authentication
App vs SMS?

SMS Two-Factor Authentication requires a mobile phone with texting capabilities. Authy Two-Factor Authentication requires a smartphone and allows you to access two-factor authentication when you’re out of your mobile provider’s service range.

SMS Two-Factor Authentication requires you to enter your email address and password to sign in as usual. We then send an authentication code to your mobile phone. Enter the authentication code on iD to verify and sign in.

With Authy Two-Factor Authentication, enter your email address and password to start signing into iD. Authy will display a seven-digit code to enter on iD to sign in.

Having trouble signing into with two-factor authentication?

Let customer support know, and well get back to you.

Having trouble disabling two-factor authentication?

Tell customer support what's happening so we can help.