If it's sounds too good to be true, the saying goes, it probably is. Everybody at some time or other has been taken in by an offer that looked so enticing they just couldn't resist. Then the offer turns out to have strings attached - like hidden fees, burdensome requirements, or awkward restrictions. We end up feeling duped. One thing is for certain, that is no way to build trust.

Protected Trust knows this. In fact, the company's business model for simple, secure email is built around the idea that trust and privacy are essential for building meaningful human relationships. That trust is earned by offering a technology solution that provides industry-leading security and privacy for email communications without any hassles on either the sender or the receiver. This practice is what makes Protected Trust different from others in the industry and delivers true peace of mind.

Senders need very little setup or training and can use existing email accounts, access secure email from their webmail, smartphone, tablet or use the Protected Trust add-in for Microsoft Outlook for a truly seamless integration. And recipients don't even have to register to read and reply to email securely and easily. I.T. departments don't need to be called in to change infrastructure, and almost no training is needed.

Lets say you receive an encrypted email from a company using some other secure email product company. If its the first time that you receive an email from them, you are going to be sent to a registration portal that will force you to register for the privilege of reading your email. You're probably familiar with the process: you receive a link on an email that takes you to a portal where you type in your information and create a password. It's just like when you lose a password and try to retrieve it. It's a hassle. Those other secure email products all work the same way.

Protected Trust is different. We do not force the recipient to register. We encrypt the message and the attachment??and then identify the recipient by either: their own password, their phone number, or some type of shared password to which only the recipient and the sender know the answer. Even non-registered users can reply to the encrypted message without being registered.

Applying a little common sense, combined with having been burned by 'too good to be true' offers in the past, usually keeps us away from those deals. But with Protected Trust the promise of simple, secure email delivers true peace of mind. No strings attached.