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Trua is the nation’s first unbiased, user centric, privacy focused Trust Exchange Network – an alternative to traditional Background Checks. Trua enables authenticated individuals to assemble their own verified and accurate background profile.
Employers, Businesses, or household consumers use the Trua Trust Exchange to securely verify the report without requiring any personally identifiable information, including social security number.
By using Trua, you can verify your accountability with potential employers in a quick and easy exchange. Trua allows you to stay in control of your privacy and sensitive information while providing a competitive edge over other potential candidates.
TruaScore is the unbiased, objective measure of Trust in a single score that allows you to establish trust without directly exchanging sensitive personal information. Whether you’re evaluating, employing or looking for work, Trua is redefining how we build trust.
To create a TruaScore, our patented algorithms review data from nationwide databases covering identity, education, credentials and court records. Using advanced facial recognition, Natural Language Processing, blockchain and over 410 million complex computations, that data is synthesized into a single trust score. Different aspects of the score are weighted and scored based on the seriousness and recency of the event.
A TruaScore can quickly help you gain a competitive edge by proving to any potential employers that you are exactly who you say you are, from your identity to your credentials and background. Unlike a traditional background check that requires sharing your Personally Identifiable Information (PII), with TruaScore you know exactly what information is being shared and your PII is never shared. The person hiring you can use your TruaScore instead of doing a traditional background check.
Built on 15 years of expertise in data and security, Trua makes it easy to quickly and safely establish trust with others. Businesses and private employers no longer need to store sensitive personal information and job seekers don’t need to provide it to multiple employers during a job search