No; you may not share your account with anyone, including spouses or other family members. Each ID.me account is designed for use by an individual person.
Account conflicts often occur when members of the same household share a computer. When account sharing is discovered, the account is suspended until the conflict can be resolved.
If you need to change the primary email address associated with your account, you can do so after successfully logging in to ID.me
Steps to avoid account confusion
- Protect your email and password credentials when signing in to your account. If multiple members of your household require identity verification, they should create their own unique ID.me account using their unique email address. An email address can only be linked to one ID.me account.
- If you are using a computer shared with others, consider disabling any 'remember me' functions of your browser.
If your account has been unexpectedly suspended, contact ID.me Support and select Can't sign in or don't have an account for assistance.