Extended Validation Security Certificate
ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED WITH ADDITIONAL (1 TIME) SETUP FEE OF $500!
REQUIREMENTS FOR EV CERTS
Extended Validation SSL Certificates require the use of two CA certificates to be installed on the web server; the Extended Validation Root CA certificate and the Extended Validation Intermediate CA certificate. Both of these CA certificates must be installed on the server to enable the "green bar" capability and to ensure the proper trust chain is established. (We confirm this for you)
In order to qualify for an Extended Validation (green browser bar) Security Certificate, your organization must be listed with an official registration agency in their jurisdiction. Corporations, general partnerships, unincorporated associations, government agencies and sole proprietorships may apply if they have a valid license, charter or equivalent verifiable through that registration agency.
Your organization may not be located in a country or be part of an industry identified on a US government prohibited list.
Individuals and unregistered organizations are NOT ELIGIBLE for SSL certificates with Extended Validation.
Before issuing an SSL certificate with EV, we must verify the organization’s registered legal name, registration number, registered address, physical business address and any assumed business names (DBAs or "False Business Names" - so called in some states). We mustl also verify your organization’s right to use the domain name and that your organization has authorized the issuance of an SSL certificate with EV.
We must have a signed acknowledgement of agreement from the corporate contact listed on the order, as well as a legal opinion letter stating that you have official authority to obtain and approve an SSL certificate with EV on behalf of your organization. This letter may also include: the physical address of place of operation, telephone number, confirmation of exclusive right to use the domain, and confirmation of an active demand de