How do I know your site is not a scam?

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    Mr. Alcala 
    Asked on August 09, 2016 at 04:24 PM

    My daughter asked to use this link but there is no assurance that I am uploading to a legitimate site or someone looking and preying upon young girls.  I am very troubled by this.  

    There is no additional link to click on the link above to ask questions to find out who they are so I can confirm it is legitimate site.  

    Thank you sincerely for taking this seriously.  

    Mr. Alcala

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    Answered on August 09, 2016 at 05:44 PM

    Hello Mr. Alcala, it appears this form is being used for a TEEN MODEL CONTEST so I totally understand why you're concerned.

    To answer your question, (this website) is not a scam. We are an online form builder and we've been in this industry for 10 years. Take a few seconds and do a quick Google search for an "online form builder" and ours will most certainly be on the 1st page of your search results.

    For us to better help you, what we're hoping to know is from where (or whom) you got the Form URL. Did someone give it to you? Did you get it from a website/page? If you could give us the website URL from where you got this link, we can assist you on figuring out the legitimacy of the person/business that owns this form.

    If found out that it violates any of our Terms of Service, we'll take action and disable the account in question.

    On the other hand, if you're asking for the security of how your data will be handled from our end once you submit that form, the submissions are transmitted securely with a 256 bit high-grade encryption, which means that data is encrypted during the transmission and cannot be interrupted by anyone else. We have an SSL certificate that uses SHA256 with RSA encryption 

    We are also Safe Harbor Certified [ARTICLE: Announcing-JotForm-s-Safe-Harbor-Certification]

    I also recommend you review our Privacy Policy.

    Hope this answered your question. In case you need more help, don't hesitate to ask.