Pretty much as soon as there is a new (possibly groundbreaking and revolutionary) software platform that gets created, a lot of people will be interested in knowing whether or not it’s actually safe to use.
And it’s a really not an uncommon occurrence at all, and with a lot of the lackluster software products that get jammed out there (almost at a daily basis) it should come as no surprise, that people are skeptical.
In this post, we’ll be going over the question “Is GrooveFunnels safe”, that I’ve noticed, a lot of people have been asking. Is GrooveFunnels safe? Is GroovePages safe? Are they safe to use? Is GrooveFunnels legit?
And so on and so forth.
What Is GrooveFunnels?
First off, before I go in and mention why it is that GrooveFunnels is actually safe, and a company you can trust, let’s first go over exactly what it is.
GrooveFunnels, is an all-in-one digital marketing platform, that was created by Mike Filsaime (the ex co-founder of Kartra) and his company GrooveDigital.
The platform allows you to do anything you want when it comes to online marketing.
From creating websites, sales funnels, do email marketing, create membership sites, create quizzes, surveys, host webinars…and a ton more stuff, so that you can easily set up your whole online ecosystem and build your empire, all underneath one roof.
I’ve extensively written about GrooveFunnels, all throughout my website if you want to learn more about what it does, what it replaces, how much it costs, the affiliate program…and anything else really.
I’m also an active customer, lifetime backer and an affiliate of the platform, so not only do I personally trust the platform, and have bought the software myself and am using it…but I also actively promote it and recommend people use it.
Is GrooveFunnels Safe? Yes. And Here Are Some Reasons Why
So the question that is on everyone’s mind: Is GrooveFunnels safe? Is it really safe.
Well, first off. Yes, GrooveFunnels is safe to use.
Mike Filsaime, the now CEO of the company, separated from Kartra and was under a non-compete contract for 2 years, after which he started building GrooveFunnels.
This means that the current CEO (which is one of the pioneers of online marketing software programs) has already been successful in running a software company in the past and thus has the experience to not only create a competent platform, from the ground up, but also put in the elements in place to make it be secure and safe for all of its users.
And he was under the “non-compete contract” precisely because people knew that he’d be able to gather the know-how to create a complete, safe and robust platform, that could compete and wouldn’t fall apart (which is what he’s done).
Kartra, which has been in business now for well over 5 years, so you know that they have your best interest in mind, and you’ll be in good hands, almost by default.
This makes GrooveFunnels (which, as of the writing of this article, is still pretty new) an already good bet.
Second, another very important feature that both GrooveFunnels and GroovePages have been implementing, since it’s beginnings back in 2019, is that it will automatically log their users out of their accounts, after 24 hours of login, in the case of GrooveFunnels, and after just a few minutes of inactivity (15 or so) in the case of GroovePages (it will save the changes that you’ve made).
Now, at the beginning, I personally found this to be very annoying.
It’s a bit of a pain in the butt.
Granted, it’s not something that I should bother me at all (we’ve become easily irritated) but it sometimes does.
But honestly, I would take the “slight annoyance” of having to re-login to my account, each day (and you can have the email and password auto-populate so you don’t have to even add the information), than having to risk getting my account hacked, or accessed by a third party.
Nothing Is Set In Stone
These are just two of the reasons that I think GrooveFunnels, can be considered a safe software to use, even with it being in its infancy.
Of course there are a ton more reasons, like the servers they’re using, the verification process they have in place, the firewalls they use to support brute-force online attacks, and so on…
This is not to say that the platform won’t be flawed, and that nothing will ever happen to it.
I’m not saying that.
In fact, it’s virtually impossible to guarantee 100% security with any software. Softwares like these, cost money to maintain, it costs money to have employees be on the lookout for possible bugs, and it also costs money to fix these bugs, to store the information, and to keep everything running.
With that said, the software is still just starting to get used and trusted by more and more people, and there has been no sign of it either stopping, or going offline, like some of their competitors have had happen to them.
So, in the case of GrooveFunnels, yes, it’s a safe platform to use (security-wise) it’s been built by some of the brightest minds in the software industry, and has all the infrastructure that it needs, to become a huge player, for now, and for a long time to come.