TRUSTe® Privacy Seal Program Certifies

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FSBO website receives licensee certification from privacy protection company.

It should be common sense for any company asking for personal information over the Internet

TRUSTe, a privacy policy certification company has approved and verified as being in compliance with TRUSTe's strict program requirements for privacy protection., a for-sale-by-owner website, requires home sellers to register with them when purchasing their services.

As most for-sale-by-owner websites on the Internet, asks for email addresses, physical addresses and phone numbers when opening an account for sellers. TRUSTe certifies and monitors web site privacy and email policies, monitors practices, and resolves thousands of consumer privacy problems every year. As a TRUSTe Certified Licensee, can now offer their customers the confidence that their privacy is protected within industry standards.

"It should be common sense for any company asking for personal information over the Internet," says Antony Fizber, CEO. "Unfortunately, not every company seeks to protect their customers, but we put our customers' privacy first. They trust us with their information when asking for our help in selling their homes; and as a for-sale-by-owner website, we wanted to make sure they knew we wouldn't share their information. TRUSTe has strict policies in line with governmental standards and we're proud to have passed their review."

Headquartered in Miami Beach, is a for-sale-by-owner website dedicated to providing efficient, cutting-edge tools and services to homeowners who prefer to advertise without the assistance of a real estate agent. With home listings throughout the United States, strives to connect buyers and sellers more effectively. For more information, visit

To get more information about FSBO, please visit For Sale By Owner Blog and For Sale By Owner Forum

About TRUSTe
The TRUSTe program is consistent with government and industry guidelines concerning the use of your personal information. These standards include the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Guidelines on the Protection of Privacy and Transborder Flows of Personal Data, the Federal Trade Commission and Department of Commerce's Fair Information Practices, the California Online Privacy Protection Act, and the CAN-SPAM Act.

Julia Foster


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