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Our commitment to charities

We help charities by providing our solutions at a discounted rate.

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Striving to do the right thing, from day one.

Yoti is built from a robust ethical framework. One of our seven ethical principles is to “make Yoti available to anyone”. That’s why the Yoti ID app will always be free for individuals.

We offer our solutions at a discounted rate. Our pricing schedule below has more details.

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Pricing for charities

Digital ID app

50% off

No minimum volumes, no minimum contract, no integration fees

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    Identity verification
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    Age verification
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    Authentication
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    Third party credential issuance

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Identity Verification

50% off

£0.50 per compliant ID verification

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    Identity verification
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    Age verification
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    Embedded into your user flows

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eSignatures

50% off

£15 per month for unlimited users / 75 envelopes

£0.20 for additional envelopes

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    Secure, simple e-signing
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    Free 14-day trial

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The importance of transparency for facial age estimation

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Preview of the latest B Corp Impact Report

Say hello to our 2024 B Corp Impact Report

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