The methods of treuhand bogus have been used online. In order to convince a prudent participant in the Internet auction, the offender will propose the use of a fiduciary service from a third-party supplier. The victim is not aware that the offender has in fact created a fiduciary website very close to a legitimate fiduciary service. The victim sends the payment to the fraudulent trust company and, in the end, does not receive any payment. Alternatively, a victim can send goods to the person concerned and awaits payment via the De Treuhand website, which is never received because it is illegitimate.  Genuine online trust companies are listed in a national registry and users are generally advised not to use an online fiduciary service without first verifying whether it is genuine by independently considering an online government registry. Currently, the U.S. federal government does not offer a license for online fiduciary services. However, some states offer their own online fiduciary licenses; such as the California Department of Business and the Arizona Department of Financial Institutions.  When deciding which software provider should use the following factors, it is important: how long it is in store, where it keeps your materials, what its legal expertise is, what its technical expertise is, and how you can easily manage the trust. In the European Union, the Payment Services Directive, which began on 1 November 2009, has for the first time enabled the establishment of very low-cost fiduciary services on the internet, duly authorised and regulated by the State. The EU regulatory framework allows these web-based trust services, which operate on the model of expensive bank letters of credit for international buyers and sellers, but at a price in cents rather than thousands of euros, the ability to enhance security in commercial transactions.  Source code agents hold the source code of the software in trust, just as other trust companies hold cash.
You do not have or have any rights to the software (including the source code) you access, pursuant to a saaS or desktop software agreement. This usually becomes problematic only when technical problems arise, i.e. unexpected service interruptions, downtime, loss of app functionality, and data loss. This can result in significant costs to your business and you remain dependent on the software provider to solve these problems, unless you have a trust agreement.