Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal identifying information, without your authorization, in order to perpetrate fraud or other offenses, such as obtaining loans, services or credit. To reduce your risk and help protect yourself and your family, you need complete identity theft protection. Experian's Identity Theft Protection product can help catch identity theft and fraud when it happens and help you regain your good name and credit.
ProtectMyID® helps you go beyond what you could ever do on your own for effective identity theft protection. We not only provide you with early warning Surveillance Alerts™ for identity theft, we also help you respond quickly and efficiently when your identity is at risk.
Our Surveillance Alerts™ go beyond credit protection and also alert you to online risks. ProtectMyID is a part of Experian, and proud to provide Experian's most comprehensive identity and fraud protection product.
Review your credit report for any potential inaccuracies. See your credit score and understand what factors raise and lower your credit score. Make sure your information is accurate and ready to be reviewed by lenders and landlords. See potential signs of Identity Theft so you can take immediate action and stop fraud in its tracks.
With over 50 indicators that can signal the possibility of identity theft on three separate reports, the average person does not have the time or resources to check each report every day. With the ProtectMyID.com identity theft protection product, we check your credit report at the three main credit reporting agencies and warn you of key changes, such as new credit accounts in your name, medical collections, an address change or inquiries on any of your accounts that could be a sign of trouble. You will receive alerts of any key changes or suspicious activity. By staying informed, you can stay in control with the help of our Identity Theft Resolution Agents.
The digital world has created an easy way for crime rings to sell, trade and buy your personal information online. Since it is impossible for you to scan the Internet every day for misuse of your personal information, ProtectMyID can help. We alert you if we detect that your Social Security, debit or credit card numbers are exposed online.
Managing credit card theft is a headache, so we take charge of the situation and help you cancel and reorder your debit, credit and medical insurance cards. One call to us and you can rest easy knowing that we'll be here to help you through it.
With ProtectMyID, you're not on your own. You'll have the support and guidance of our Identity Theft Resolution Agents to reduce the hassle and time drain of dealing with identity theft. With one simple call, a dedicated agent will be assigned to your case so you'll receive the guidance you need. We help you take the right steps to recover from fraud by contacting the proper authorities and assisting in the paperwork. Otherwise, you could be spending an average of 21 hours attempting to resolve identity fraud by yourself. (2010 Javelin Report)
You can trust the protection of ProtectMyID. Receive $1 Million Insurance2 with zero deductible the minute you enroll. This means that if you become a victim of identity theft while you are a member, you may be covered for illegal electronic fund transfers, lost wages, legal defense fees and private investigator costs.
For an additional charge, ProtectMyID can also help you with your most important role – protecting your children. Child identity theft is often undetected until the first time your child applies for credit.
With ChildSecure monitoring, you'll receive a timely Surveillance Alert if we detect credit activity in your child's name. We'll also help you resolve the issue in order to maintain a clean credit slate for your child later in life. Early identity protection can save you and your child from surprises later on in life. Requires an additional fee.
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Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal identifying information, without your authorization, in order to perpetrate fraud or other offenses, such as obtaining loans, services or credit. Identifying information can be your name, Social Security number, credit card number, address, telephone number, date of birth, driver's license or passport number, or even your computer's Internet Protocol address.
With the ProtectMyID.com identity theft protection product, we check your credit report at the three main credit reporting agencies and warn you of key changes, such as a new credit account in your name, an address change or inquiries on any of your accounts that could be a sign of trouble. You will receive alerts of any key changes or suspicious activity. We are ready to help you investigate and resolve any identity theft or identity fraud–related activity.
1: This is not related to the $1 Million Identity Theft Insurance. At ProtectMyID.com we are committed to providing the highest quality product and assistance to our members. If you are not completely satisfied, call us at 1-866-960-6943 within 14 days of enrolling in our product and we will refund your membership fee, which is the amount billed to your account every month or year. Our money back satisfaction promise is available to first time ProtectMyID.com members.
2: Identity theft insurance is underwritten by insurance company subsidiaries or affiliates of Chartis Inc. The description herein is a summary and intended for informational purposes only and does not include all terms, conditions and exclusions of the policies described. Please refer to the actual policies for terms, conditions, and exclusions of coverage. Coverage may not be available in all jurisdictions. View Summary of Benefits.
3: Introductory price of $4.95 for your first month of unlimited access, then just $14.95 each additional month. Cancel anytime if not satisfied.
Calculated on the PLUS Score model, your Experian Credit Score indicates your relative credit risk level for educational purposes and is not the score used by lenders. Learn More.