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*** COVID-19 UPDATE ***

We understand that, at this time, many Agents may not be able to leave their homes to get the Affidavit notarized. We want to ensure the safety and well-being of all Service Partners and do our part to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

To that end, at this time we would like to let you know that, effective immediately:

  • We are temporarily amending the Affidavit process and it will NOT NEED to be notarized. Which means that you can complete it quickly and without the need to leave your homes to find a notarization service.

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Security is of the utmost importance to Arise and Girlicity, our clients and the vendors that utilize the Arise platform to conduct their business. As business owners, we know you can appreciate the significant role security plays in today’s business environment.  As a pre-requisite to receiving any client contract offer, you are required to submit Photo Identification , proof of physical address, an affidavit of Identification and a W9 form to Girlicity. Additionally, Arise Virtual Solutions may require a background check and drug screening.

Once you have submitted your documents you will see this page:

If you do not see this page and see this, then you did not submit all of your documents successfully:

If it is determined that any document has been forged or does not belong to the individual presenting the document, the account is subject to immediate suspension or deactivation and removal from Girlicity and Arise. Any monies that have been earned fraudulently are immediately forfeited.

What Are the Legal Penalties for Falsifying Documents?

Falsifying documents is a very serious offense and is generally classified as a felony. This means that a person charged with falsifying documents may be subject to the following legal penalties:

  • Having to pay a monetary fine
  • Incarceration in a prison facility

Depending on the nature of the offense, as well as individual state laws, falsifying documents can result in a prison sentence of 5-10 years. Also, if government documents or federal authorities were involved, the legal penalties may be more severe. A maximum sentence for falsifying federal investigation and bankruptcy records can be fines and 20 year imprisonment.

Legal penalties may increase with repeat offenses.

What are Other Penalties for Falsifying Documents?

Besides being subject to penalties and incarceration, falsifying documents can have adverse consequences in one’s life and may constitute:

  • Grounds for termination of one’s job
  • Reduction of one’s credit score
  • Disqualification for bank loans
  • Grounds for removability in immigration proceedings
  • Grounds for ineligibility for passport records
  • Being subject to Business and Professions Code lawsuits
  • Being audited by the I.R.S. more frequently

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