Leverage the most advanced technology available
The ProveMEtm platform runs on some of the most advanced and secure technology available today. Personal data is never permanently stored online and is protected using proprietary database storage technology virtually isolating it from hackers and web-bots.
MOBI-First design lets you access your account anywhere and from virtually any device
with Internet access.
Our exclusive BOT detection technology helps assure all profiles are a real person and
not a computer impersonation.
All transactions are secured using bank and government level SSL technologies to keep you
and your information safe.
ProveMEtm interacts with most online social media services enhancing
its ability to connect your online identities.
"I have to admit I was very skeptical at first, but after seeing it in action I'm now a believer. Keep up the good work! It's about time someone offered this solution."
Daniel D. ― Wichita, KS.
"As a parent, it frightens me to see all of the news stories about educators preying on our children at school. I am absolutely thrilled that this solution exists. Every school should be required by law to monitor teachers and educators using this system. Kuddos, top notch idea!"
Susan W. ― Dallas, TX.
"I served as a superintendent of schools for nineteen years. Student safety was my first and most important concern. One of my biggest fears was an employee having inappropriate conversations and/or relations with a student. Having a solution to alert me to a possible problem would have been reassuring that I was providing as much protection as possible. ProveME is exactly what I needed!"
Jim M. ― Norman, OK.
Latest ProveMEtm FAQ
"Does ProveMEtm monitor and record all of my electronic communications?"
NO. This is one of the most common misconceptions of the ProveMEtm monitoring engine. We do not read or store your communications. Instead, our proprietary analysis algorithms employ a near real-time monitor for certain predefined keywords, Internet searches, specific patterns or behaviors among other criteria. Keyword triggers can be common words, emojis or slang terms for other words or activities. Unless a communication is found to contain one or more of these alarms, the communication is ignored and discarded immediately.