TripleAlert Review (Updated for 2012)

TripleAlert Review

Part of a family of online consumer credit reporting sites belonging to ConsumerInfo.com Inc. (an Experian company) and founded in 1995, TripleAlert seeks to give consumers quick, easy, and inexpensive access to their credit histories. Today TripleAlert leads the industry in providing customers online consumer credit reports, credit scores, credit monitoring, and other credit-related information. TripleAlert supplies credit monitoring to its more than 3 million members and has delivered more than 20 million credit reports on the Web.

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Only $8.95 a month

Products

TripleAlert offers one of the most affordable credit monitoring systems on the market today. With TripleAlert customers receive:

Automatic daily monitoring
Monitorning of their Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax credit reports;
Email alerts
Alerts of key changes to any of their three national credit reports;
$10,000 Triple Alert Guarantee
The services of dedicated fraud resolution representatives.

Pricing and Cancellation

  • TripleAlert Package: $8.95 a month
  • Instant Credit Report and Credit Score - $15.00
  • All 3 Credit Reports and Credit Score - $24.95
  • Online Credit Report in Seconds - $10.00

If customers are for any reason dissatisfied, they can cancel their membership at any time. However, customers who do so will not be eligible for a prorated refund of any portion of their current month's paid membership fee. Customers interested in canceling their identity theft protection service should contact Customer Care at 866-369-0417 or support@experiandirect.com.

Contact Information

Customers can contact TripleAlert toll-free at 866-369-0417. The company's office is open Monday through Friday, 6 AM to 6 PM and Saturday through Sunday, 8 AM to 5 PM (Pacific Time).

To receive general information or to ask product questions, customers may send TripleAlert an email at support@experiandirect.com.

Summary

TripleAlert provides bare-bones identity theft protection for budget-minded consumers. Though TripleAlert doesn't provide nearly as much protection as such companies as LifeLock and TrustedID, it does offer services that allow customers to keep a tab on their credit reports. And its $8.95-a-month price for basic protection makes TripleAlert hard to beat in terms of value.

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