FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE • August 18, 2016
FFL Vault Announces Launch Offering a Smart, Simple and Secure Way to Store, Manage and Transfer Federal Firearm Licenses
It's impossible to deny that the way Federal Firearms Licenses (FFLs) are handled during licensee to licensee firearm transfers – where each party must verify the others FFL - is completely archaic. Fortunately, help has emerged in the recently launched FFL Vault, a new service that stores, manages and transfers client's FFLs in a safe and secure way, which can remove most of the hassle from FFL requests.
Any Federal Firearm License (FFL) owner understands they have to be compliant with the rules of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) wing of the Federal government even when it comes to firearm transfers. These rules include the shipping party needing to confirm the other has a valid FFL, which is a serious legal requirement. The process of doing this is long and tedious, usually with each party manually mailing, emailing, or faxing their FFL to each other. Stepping up to help make this process smoother, quicker and headache free is the new service and platform FFL Vault. FFL Vault verifies and stores client FFLs, helps manage them for transfer verification, by generally cutting the time and removing the common stumbling blocks in verifying the two FFLs, all in a way that is both safe and secure. FFL holders of all kinds couldn't be more pleased with the news.
“We're very excited about our launch,” commented Kris Pauly, Managing Partner of FFL Vault. “There's a tremendous need for a service like ours, that nearly anyone with an FFL can confirm, and we predict our number of users is going to skyrocket as the word about FFL Vault spreads. This is clearly a better way of managing a FFL. Our goal as a company is to reduce the firearm industry’s labor of verifying and managing FFLs for all of our clients by over 90%.”
"There's a tremendous need for a service like ours, that nearly anyone with an FFL can confirm, and we predict our number of users is going to skyrocket as the word about FFL Vault spreads."—Kris Pauly, Managing Partner, FFL Vault
According to the company, FFLs can be searched and requested on the site by the name of the business, without the FFL# itself being required. The person is then notified if they would like to exchange FFL information in a quick and timely manner. All with just a click of a button. Signing up for FFL Vault is also quick and easy, with every effort being made to keep the fees for membership low.
FFL Vault's full launch is scheduled for September 1st, 2016.
For more information be sure to visit https://fflvault.com.