Creating an account will give you the ability to save financial resource guide modules to to your own personal library.
In the future, having an account will also enable you to create an action plan and more.
Is it safe to create an account?
To help protect your information and keep you safe, we only ask for an email and password to create a login to our site.
When creating an account, we suggest using an email and password that your harm doer doesn't know about and won't be able to guess.
To further protect your account from unwanted log ins, be careful where you store your passwords and remember to clear your web browser's cache, cookies, and history (read how here).
How long will I stay logged in?
For the safety of our users, we automatically end each user's session after two hours. However, you can log back in at any time. You can also log out any time by clicking on "Your Account" -> "Logout"
How do I keep my account information safe?
The most important account information to keep safe is your password.
Nobody should know any of your passwords, and you should use a unique, strong password for every website. This is especially important on sites that track your financial information, physical location, and online activity.
To make it easier to create and remember numerous passwords, consider using a password manager. Password managers like LastPass are designed to make all your passwords distinct and impossible to guess.
How do I hide browser history?
The safest way to hide your browsing history is to use a device that your harm doer has never had access to. All browsers keep a local browser history of sites that you've visited that is not possible to completely erase.
However, if you are unable to access a safe device and need to use the internet, there are steps you can take to help hide your internet activity.
If someone has access to your computer who you don't want to see your browser history, you can clear the browsing history (learn how here).
Additionally, most browsers will have a "private" or "incognito" mode. For most browsers, using this mode will stop the browser from saving your browsing history once you exit out of the browser.