Is a Complicated log in Experience impacting your church's giving?

The average American has over 200 separate online logins. That's 200 email + password combinations you need to remember on a regular basis. 


So often, modern tech sacrifices simplicity for security or security for simplicity. At Kindrid, we believe that security and simplicity go hand-in-hand. 


With Kindrid, we use Text Verification PINs to make your giver's online experience as simple and secure as possible:


Simplicity:  PINs maintain streamlined simplicity by eliminating the need to remember yet another set of login credentials. It takes just a few seconds to access your account.


Security: PINs protect a giver's information because only the person who physically holds the phone associated with the account can log in. PINs also take the guesswork out of creating a strong password that will protect the giver's sensitive data or the more likely, and dangerous, scenario, where the giver reuses a password from another system.


Once you're in, all giving information is encrypted and stored by our processing partner, Stripe, to Level 1 PCI compliant standards (that's the highest possible level). 


Check out this quick video from our Support Lead, Trent Cerra, on how PINs can improve giving at your church without sacrificing security or simplicity. 



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