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Secure your documents with Securance

WHY SECURANCE ?

In this technologically advanced era, where we are using technology in every bit of life, we ignore a very basic aspect of security. We at SECURANCE have used technology to secure you online as well as offline.

Identity theft is a risk which could lead to severe damages. We have identified this risk and brought you a solution for this.

We understood that chances of fraud with professionals by forging seal, sign & faking documents could lead to grave repercussions. So, we bring a platform where we will verify the professionals registered with us. All such professionals will be able to issue secured documents containing QR code, unique document number, date & time stamp which can be used to to verify the authenticity and integrity of the document by it's user.

Further, for public at large the most cases of fraud occur due to misuse of ID proofs and personal documents shared without any security. We provide a means to share it securely in a way that it cannot be copied or misused.

Also, SECURANCE saves users of documents as this makes documents more authentic & reliable. SECURANCE will help differentiating fake documents thus preventing users from taking inappropriate action.

  • 94 Cases of Fake Chartered accountant Registered in last three years, Government taken steps to deal with fake CAs

    The Government has said that it is aware that several unqualified persons are using false registration numbers and issuing fake certificates by pretending to be Chartered Accountants. Ninety four cases of fake certificates since April, 2006 have come to the notice of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. These include issue of false certificates with fake name, registration number (membership number) address etc.

    Giving this information in the Lok Sabha in a written reply Shri Salman Khurshid, Minister for Corporate Affairs, said that ICAI is empowered under Chartered Accountants Act, 1949 to deal with such issues. Recognizing the fact that such instances are on the increase, section 26 of the said Act was amended in 2006, by the Chartered Accountants (Amendment) Act, 2006, whereby the offence has been made punishable on the first conviction with a fine of not less than Rs.5,000/- but which may extend to Rs.1 lakh and in the event of second or subsequent conviction, with imprisonment for a term, which may extend to one year or with fine not less than Rs.10,000/- but which may extend to Rs.2 lakhs or with both.
    Sources : PIB

Testimonials

  • Cheryl Cruz

    Nice concept and useful too.

    Sagar Manghrani Chartered Accountant
  • Dorothy Guzman

    Great initiative

    Payal Jain Chartered Accountant
  • Taylor Sweet

    The concept is good. All the best wishes. I hope it picks well for professionals.

    Ashish goyal Chartered Accountant
  • Taylor Sweet

    Really good concept

    Prasoon Sharma IT Professional
  • Taylor Sweet

    The concept is a very good initiative. It has a very good future in the digital era.

    Amit Shah Chartered Accountant