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Identity Theft Happens When & Where You Least Expect It

Our convenient, digitally-connected lives come with a cost: our most private, sensitive personal information is more exposed than ever. Thieves are taking advantage using new, invisible methods to profit from your identity.
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Identity Theft Can Happen to You

Don't wait until it's too late. The damage done is often costly, both in financial impact and time required to pick up the pieces.

ID Theft: An Invisible Crime

Most identity theft victims only find out their identity has been compromised after real damage has been done to their credit or finances. Here are a few ways thieves can secretly steal your information.
Data Breaches
There were 3,932 data breaches in 2020 exposing 37 billion sensitive consumer records held by credit agencies, social sites and popular retailers and many more †
† According to RiskBasedSecurity's 2020 Year End Data Breach Report
Skimming Devices
Malicious card readers secretly attached to payment terminals can harvest your card numbers from ATMs or gas stations
WiFi Attacks
All WiFi networks are vulnerable to hackers, each time you connect you're opening yourself up to attack
Viruses & Malware
Hackers use subtle methods to infect your computer so they can log your keystrokes to steal passwords or credit-card numbers you enter online.
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How Your Stolen Information Will Be Used

Identity Theft Affects Families & Loved Ones

Children make for easy targets because they are a "blank slate," meaning it's easier for criminals to open new lines of credit. Minors' Social Security numbers are targeted for use in "synthetic identity theft" where thieves use a combination of real and fake information to create a new identity.

Seniors tend to be prime targets because they have good credit and are wealthier than younger generations. Seniors also tend to be less familiar with internet fraud and are frequently targeted with phone or email scams.

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Identity Theft Warning Signs

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Dark Web Monitoring, including:
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  • Bank Account Scan
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  • Email Scan
  • Phone Number Scan
Credit Report Monitoring
Monthly Credit Report
Monthly Credit Score
Credit Score Tracker
Credit Score Simulator
Proactive Fraud Monitoring
Social Security Number Monitoring
Be The First To Know (3/5)
Data Breach Alerts
Real-Time Email Alerts
Monthly Status Email
Alerts on Crimes in Your Name
Address Change Alerts
Fight Fraud With Data (5/10)
Phone Search
Name Search
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Email Search
Username Search
Sex Offender Search
Criminal Record Search
Vital Record Search
Military Service Record Search
Unlimited PDF Downloads
Restore Your Peace Of Mind (4/4)
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  • Coverage for Lawyers and Experts
24/7 Customer Support via Phone, Chat, and Email
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FAQs

How common is identity theft?
Identity theft is a growing threat worldwide, but it’s particularly common in the US. 33% of American adults have experienced identity theft (more than twice the global average) . Given the increasingly digital nature of our personal and financial lives, identity theft shows no signs of going away anytime soon.
How can thieves steal my information?
Criminals can gain access to your valuable information digitally (via phishing, hacks, or data breaches) or physically (by digging through your trash, stealing your mail, “skimming” card information from ATMs and more). Given that there are so many vectors of attack, the easiest way to protect yourself is by activating a dark web and credit report monitoring service that will detect unauthorized use of your valuable personal and financial information.
Does identity theft only involve theft of money or unauthorized use of credit?
While financial-related cybercrime is most common, it’s certainly not the only type of identity theft. Medical identity theft (when someone uses your information to receive medical care) and synthetic identity theft (when someone uses part of your identity to create a new identity for themself) are just two examples of ways in which identity thieves can use your non-financial information for personal gain.