Is Your Identity at Risk?
143 million individuals have been impacted by a major credit bureau breach. Now is the time to protect yourself. Don’t wait. Call us and get complete identity protection that includes both credit and dark web monitoring, plus best-in-class recovery if your identity is compromised. Breathe easy – we’ve got you covered.
Identity fraud hits a record high of 15.4 million U.S. Victims in 2016.
– former FBI Asst. Director Chris Swecker
“This is what organized crime looks like in the year 2016. These are the most profitable, most capable criminals in the world and we’ve got to do a better job of keeping them out.”
Live free from identity theft worry.
$1 Million Insurance
When we say we’ve got you covered, we mean it. From stolen funds to legal fees or even lost wages – we want to take care of our members. That’s why we cover reimbursement costs for expenses up to $1 million.
- – Cover your whole family with our family plan
- – Stolen funds reimbursement
- – Monthly reporting to keep you updated
- – Advice from professionals trained in identity protection
Ask An Expert
Have you questions answered by a professional trained in identity protection. Our team is here to give you information and peace of mind. While many competitors leave you with steps to figure out on your own, Our credit experts will be there for you.
We’ll monitor your credit and alert you if anything needs your attention, freeing you to spend time and energy on more important things. New addresses and credit-related inquiries and identified and sent to you for validation.
$1 Million Insurance
When we say we’ve got you covered, we mean it. From stolen funds to legal fees or even lost wages – we want to take care of our members. That’s why we cover reimursement costs for expenses up to $1 million.
We started this company to take dcare of our members because relationships are important to us. The moments you call, you are assigned a recovery expert who gets to know you unique situation and acts as your sigle point of contact.
Credit Freeze vs. Fraud Alert: What Should You Do?
Both credit freezes and fraud alerts are good tools to protect yourself from identity theft. If you don’t plan to apply for credit anytime soon and you don’t mind the fees, set credit freezes at all the bureaus. Just keep good track of your PIN numbers in case you need to thaw your reports in future. If you plan to apply for credit, setting a fraud alert is a good alternative. It’s free, convenient, and can slow down thieves enough that they’ll give up. And some experts expect that Equifax breach victims will be allowed to set 7-year alerts without proof of identity theft.
Regardless which option you choose, know that neither credit freezes or fraud alerts provide absolute protection. As Consumer Reports recently pointed out, the Equifax breach exposed enough data for thieves to steal your tax return, tap your Medicare/Medicaid benefits, or create a bogus driver’s license in your name. So, in addition to whatever preventive measures you take, be sure to also take steps to help yourself recover if identity theft happens to you.