@Leo, this question is mainly for you but also for anyone here who might have some input.
I’ve been recently hearing ads for Home Title Lock on other podcasts, and today I just heard that ad on your show, so without causing a conflict between you and that advertiser, I was wondering if you could explain it a bit better than their website does. When I go to the website it looks shifty to me (e.g. I’m not encouraged by Bill O’Reilly’s endorsement), but that may be just my perception. The info there doesn’t explain my tech questions, and I have a feeling that if I called them to ask my questions, I wouldn’t get answers that would be as good as those from this community.
Here are my questions: I understand that the title company putting my info in the cloud is a problem, but is it more secure to also let Home Title Lock have it? How is it more secure? Do they use blockchain? Am I just as safe to keep the title documents in my safe deposit box at my bank?
I usually don’t give shifty looking websites a second thought, but the idea of some nefarious creep borrowing against my home equity is pretty scary.
Thanks for any help!