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  • Identity Protection
  • Credit Cards theft
  • Social Security Theft

What is Identity Protection?

In this modern world, identity theft is on the rise. From phishing to dumpster diving, it seems like there is a new scam to obtain your personal information nearly every day. Identity thieves will do anything to get their hands on your information. Identity theft protection is a way to get complete protection from criminals trying to obtain your information. It is easy and affordable and gives you early notification to keep your credit in good standing. Credit monitoring watches your credit history for red flags and also monitors your Social Security number and alerts you of any suspicious activity.

Everyone Needs to be Aware

Business and government agencies spend millions of dollars fighting identity scams each year. So even if you have never been a victim, you are still paying for it. They have to recoup their costs somewhere, so all of their customers end up paying for it. Help stop identity theft by hiring a credit monitoring agency to notify you if something suspicious happens to you. Identity theft does not discriminate with age. Many thieves get a hold of children's Social Security numbers and they don't know find out in some cases for years after the damage has already been done.

Protection from Identity Theft

Identity scammers are smart, organized and usually a step ahead of their victims. And victims of identity scams don't usually stop to pay attention to the warning signs and get taken advantage of. Some key things you can do to protect yourself are to keep your computer up-to-date with anti-spyware and anti-virus programs, get your billing statements electronically instead of through the mail, where someone can go through your mail box. Keep your passwords to yourself, and never write them down anywhere. Watch out for links in emails for scams to get your information or passwords. If it looks too good to be true, it probably is. Do some investigation before you give out your information to anyone.