Why First Responders Are Choosing Trustworthy
By Kristin Hoppe
March 19, 2021
More than ever in 2021, first responders are putting their lives on the line to ensure the safety and well-being of everyday people across the United States.
Whether you are a firefighter or paramedic, nurse or doctor, pilot or police officer, security guard, veteran, or active duty military member, Trustworthy appreciates the difficulty and importance of your work.
Not only does that work come at a higher risk than many jobs, but it also comes with a mental burden and real urgency to plan for life's unknowns. For most first responders, it's necessary to think about the future in case the unthinkable should happen.
Read below to see how Trustworthy can help you build a family roadmap and ensure your loved ones will have security and peace of mind, no matter what the future holds.
How Trustworthy Works
Trustworthy acts as a Family Operating System® that allows you to organize vital family information.
Whether you're looking to plan your family's assets, securely share vital documents, or safeguard your family's future, Trustworthy makes it easy, affordable — and one less thing to worry about.
Why First Responders Use Trustworthy
Chris C., a first responder in Florida, put his story this way:
"Every year this time of year, [my wife] asks me to update all of our financial, insurance, accounts and other information. I always drag my feet. It's such a pain. I've tried to store documents on my secured cloud providers. And in case of emergency or death, [my wife] would have no idea how to get to it.
Trustworthy, a secure online service, helps you through this planning and documentation. I've been using it for a few weeks and it's amazing."
Here are just a few ways Trustworthy can help:
Get access to easy onboarding
Membership comes with an optional Zoom onboarding session, where a personal Trustworthy Expert team member will help you set up the basics and suggest the best ways to use the platform.
For example, you can add expiration reminders for Trustworthy to tell you 30 days out before your passport expires. That means one less mental burden for you and your family to worry about.
Build a family roadmap
Knowing where to start to secure your family's future can feel overwhelming and confusing. It’s especially hard after you’ve come home from a long day of work.
Trustworthy hands you a family information management roadmap, so you know the most important steps to take and where to start.
Organize your family information
Securely store information such as your insurance, IDs, credit cards, wills, and trusts all in one place, so you can rest assured your family has everything the moment they need it.
Share with family members and financial professionals
Allow family members and trusted professionals to easily and securely access vital information at key moments. Permissions make it easy to customize to which sections collaborators have access, so you can keep your information safe.
Securely access information on the go
Use Trustworthy's bank-grade encrypted desktop or mobile app to access essential information, from financial documents to medical history and preferences.
With our expert service, you can also always reach out to a real person for customer support — so you feel prepared for any family scenario.
Give yourself peace of mind
Being a first responder comes with more risk than the average job. A solution like Trustworthy gives your loved ones long-term security and peace of mind.
We'll make sure you have all the financial and legal documents in order for life's big and small unknowns.
A 50% Off, Lifetime Discount Guarantee
Trustworthy offers a 50% off lifetime discount for all first responders. We understand the importance of having your information in order and appreciate everything you do for our country.
At the half-off price of $120 a year, Trustworthy makes family information management more affordable and one less thing to worry about.
As Chris C. put it
“I can have all my critical information in one place for my spouse and my kids to get to. And, it's a family-wide service, so I can add their information to our family instance and have everyone's stuff in it. At half off, this service is a godsend.”