By Chris Harris
Beverly Hills, CA (Hollywood Today) 7/6/12/- Americans are growing increasingly concerned about the financial stability of the U.S. banking system. They are also worried about their personal privacy, as hackers have compromised private client information at a number of financial institutions.
Enter U.S. Private Vaults (USPV) of Beverly Hills, California. USPV rents safe deposit boxes like those found at banks, but with an importance difference. With their biometric identification system, there is no need to fill out a variety of forms routinely required by banks, and more importantly, no need to provide your name and social security number.
When you become a customer of USPV, you are identified only by an iris and hand geometry scan. Once the enrollment procedure is completed, customers gain access to the structural steel vault by placing their eyes in front of the iris scanner.
Most bank customers are unaware of the fact that banks are required by law to turn over customer information (and potentially “freeze” customer access to their safe deposit box) if presented with a court order. USPV is unable to provide information to anyone since it is unaware of its customer’s identities. This includes the government, litigants who have a secured a judgment against their customer, or even a spouse suing for divorce.
To help further protect customers identities, U.S. Private Vaults accepts cash only for box rental payments. Over the next two years U.S. Private Vaults plans to open secure vault locations in major cities across the country.
Actor Cory Skyler demonstrates the eye scan to gain entry to U.S. Private Vaults in Beverly Hills,California- Actor Cory Skyler inside the U.S. Private Vaults in Beverly Hills, California. Actor Cory Skyler demonstrates the hand scan at U.S. Private Vaults in Beverly Hills, California.