Identity Theft Comparison
Identity Theft Protection Services
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|Automatic Fraud Alerts||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Free Credit Score||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Stops Junk Mail & Preapproved Offers||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Identity Recovery Assistance||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Lost Wallet / Purse Assistance||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Medical Benefit Protection||Yes||Yes|
|Family Plans Available||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|$1,000,000 ID Theft Insurance*||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Final Word||Best overall value, especially for families;||Great value for identity theft protection;||Most complete ID theft detection service||Great combination of credit monitoring and id theft detection||Most straightforward recovery guarantee we have seen|
|Our Exclusive Discounts||30 day risk-free* trial
& 10% off
|14 days free
& Free Credit Score
|30 Day Free Trial||Free 30 day trial||none|
Identity Theft Service FAQ
What is identity theft?
Identity theft occurs when a thief uses an individual's personal identification information, such as a social security number, an address, and/or credit and debit card numbers without permission with the intent of committing fraud or other crimes...
How do identity thieves steal an identity?
Identity thieves generally begin by misusing individuals' social security numbers, addresses, credit card numbers, and/or other financial and personal information. In order to obtain these types of information from individuals, identity thieves will go to great lengths, such as...
What do identity thieves do with a stolen identity?
Once identity thieves obtain individuals' personal information, they use it fraudulently in a variety of different ways. They may also give out that person's personal information to police during an arrest, and if the identity thieves do not show up to their court date, a warrant for arrest is issued in that person's name...
How can you find out if your identity has been stolen?
The best way for an individual to find out if they have become a victim of identity theft, is by monitoring their financial statements on a monthly basis, and by checking their credit scores on a regular basis. If a credit score is checked regularly, individuals may be able to limit the amount of damage done by identity thieves. For more information, visit the Detect Identity Theft section.