Trusted Contact Person

We offer you the opportunity to list a Trusted Contact in case your contact information becomes out of date or if you become incapacitated or in the event of your death. Collecting this information is purely precautionary and doesn't change your Robinhood experience.

Setting Your Trusted Contact Person

If you'd like to add a Trusted Contact Person to your account, you can simply send us a note with the following information about your contact:

  • First and last name
  • Mailing address
  • Phone number
  • Email address

Once we receive your email, we’ll update your account with your Trusted Contact Person. After you have someone designated on file with us, we’ll periodically check in with you to ask whether the Trusted Contact we have is still appropriate. You can change your Trusted Contact anytime by contacting our support team.


By designating a Trusted Contact, you are authorizing Robinhood to contact the Trusted Contact Person and disclose information about your account to address possible financial exploitation, confirm your contact information, health status or the identity of any legal guardian, executor, trustee, or holder of a power of attorney.

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