Partnering With Law Enforcement
The GoldCube kiosks provide a safe, secure and innovative way for consumers to recycle their used or broken mobile devices. Our commitment to and collaboration with law enforcement is unparalleled across the buyback industry and a partnership we’re very proud of. We have invested a significant amount of effort and resources, while listening to our law enforcement partners, to implement several layers of technology and processes to reduce the likelihood that an GoldCube® kiosk will buy a stolen item. In communities all across the country, GoldCube is helping law enforcement identify and capture cell phone thieves and reunite victims of cell phone theft with their stolen property.
Security Features and Processes
To learn more about our security and fraud prevention processes, visit Kiosk Security.
2.5″ ALUMINIUM ITEM TRAY
A solid aluminum block securely hosts the customers gold and silver jewelry or coin.
3 HIGH RESOLUTION CAMERAS
A video teller agent verifies and approves every transaction through the cameras in real-time. The cameras also capture each piece of jewelry before it enters the system.
STATE OF THE ART ID VALIDATOR
A valid government issued Driver’s License or ID is required for every transaction. Photos of the actual ID are captured and added to every transaction report.
NIST* COMPLIANT BIO-METRIC DEVICE
Where required by law, we equip our kiosks with NIST compliant bio metric devices to capture a valid thumbprint. The thumbprint is included on each transaction report we provide to law enforcement.
INDUSTRY STANDARD FUJITSU CASH DISPENSER
The best-in-class bill dispenser available for self-checkout systems and kiosks. Our real-time integration with the UI allow the customer to see graphically all bills and their currencies prior to being dispensed by the GoldCube ATM.
The list is tailored to law enforcement needs and can include customer bans and flags of customers and/or devices.
*The National Institute of Standards and Technology, or NIST, is a non-regulatory federal agency that is responsible for developing information security standards and guidelines, including minimum requirements for federal information systems.
**CheckMEND is the US’s largest source of mobile device history, compiling data from the FBI, insurers, carriers, and retailers as close to real-time as possible. Learn more at CheckMEND.com.
Have a Question for our Regulatory Affairs Department?
Visit our Law Enforcement Contacts Page.