New Consent Center takes care of ID and model release forms under new Mastercard rules
Popular adult platform JustForFans has made it easy for performers to upload ID and model release documentation for collabs – without having to give other models access to your information. The new Consent Center launched on September 15, 2021 in response to the new Mastercard guidelines that will go into effect in October. Recognizing that not all models are comfortable with giving other performers access to their legal ID documents, JustForFans has set up a way for collaborators to independently enter their information that can then be safely and securely stored by the company, fulfilling the requirements of the new Mastercard rules, without requiring models to maintain the paperwork themselves. Performers can even request documentation from models who have appeared in their content in the past by providing JFF with an email address or phone number – JFF will then contact the model and get their documentation sorted out for you.
“Whereas 2257 forms needed to be maintained by producers (i.e. models) and not JFF, MasterCard is now requiring that adult sites themselves keep consent forms on record. Complicating this further, we understand that many amateur models have been afraid to give their ID and personal information to another model, because they have no guarantees how safely that information will be stored.
We aim to solve both of these issues with our Consent Center. Now, a new scene partner fills out a consent form directly on JustFor.fans; their ID and personal information is stored securely on the site, and the model who filmed the movie does not have access to that information, other than knowing if consent was given or not.” – Dominic Ford, JustForFans founder