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LifeLock is the best identity theft protection program we've found. Available for both individuals and businesses, LifeLock has a very low cost and is backed with a $1,000,000 guarantee.

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IdentityForce has been in business for over 35 years and is an A+ Better Business Bureau rated company. Their identity theft prevention service is both comprehensive and impressive. We also appreciated the insurance that backs this company's promise to its customers.

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Trusted ID offers a variety of products to protect your identity. With a $1 million guarantee, Trusted ID is confident in their services to prevent identity theft.

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Identity Guard has been in the identity protection business for a long time - more than two decades in fact. Their most recent offering includes artificial intelligence to help protect subscribers' identities online, particularly with respect to social media. However, negative reports from customers regarding failures to alert them when their security has been breached is cause for concern.

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Privacy Matters offers a free 7-day trial period with a free credit report and score. But as far as protection from identity thieves, Privacy Matters 123 only offers the bare minimum, and does so at the highest cost.

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Identity Theft

A $50 Billion industry is big business. Unfortunately, that's how much fraudulent activity is charged each year stemming from identity theft. It's a big business alright; and one in which you are a potential victim.

There are a variety of ways in which data thieves can steal your personal information. They can sift through trash to find bills and credit statements; they can steal credit and debit card numbers when your card is used; they can "phish" your email and retrieve your data while posing as legitimate businesses. The list goes on and on.

Once they have your data, it doesn't take long for them to wreak havoc. For example, they can drain your bank and checking accounts. Or, they can open new loans for cars and other big ticket items. They can even charge your accounts for vacations, home furnishings, and surgical procedures such as Liposuction and plastic surgery.

And after you realize you're a victim, it can take months or even years to straighten out the mess.

While no one can guarantee that your personal information will never be stolen, Identity Theft Protection services work to make sure that this information can not be used to bring you harm.

There are a number of features you'll want to consider when looking for an Identity Theft Protection service. Some of these include:

  • Services offered.  Some companies provide extensive protection and monitoring services; others provide just basic reporting.
  • Cost.  The cost for these services can vary widely. You want to be sure you're getting good value for your dollar.
  • Guarantee.  Some services provide no guarantee of protection; others provide up to $1 million worth of coverage. has reviewed and ranked the best Identity Theft programs available today. We hope this information helps you protect your identity and credit files right away!

Identity Theft In The News

Suspects arrested for identity theft stemming from summer break-in, Madison police say

Two men suspected of burglarizing a Southwest Side home in July were arrested Tuesday on identity theft charges. Robert Gipson, 18, and Malik Henry, 19, both of Madison, were arrested following a traffic stop on McKenna Boulevard, each tentatively charged ...

Published:  Thu, 14 Dec 2017 07:52:00 GMT

Five Safety Tips To Avoid Online Identity Theft

Serial entrepreneur in the online advertising, ad blocking, ad block circumvention and copyright protection space, including FaceChex. Imagine, after going on a beach vacation and posting photos about it on social media, someone tells you your pictures ...

Published:  Wed, 13 Dec 2017 16:41:00 GMT

IRS Reports Fewer Tax ID Theft Cases In 2017

Law360, Los Angeles (December 14, 2017, 6:18 PM EST) -- The number of tax identity theft cases fell by more than one-third in fiscal 2017 compared with the previous year, but investigations of tax abuse schemes rose, according to a report released Thursday ...

Published:  Thu, 14 Dec 2017 17:18:00 GMT

ID Theft Suspect Nabbed Near Orland Mall Santa

ORLAND PARK, IL - A 19-year-old woman who police say tried to use a 46-year-old's identity to open a credit application at the Kay Jewelers in Orland Square Mall on Sunday was chased down and taken into custody by police. Orland Park police charged Victory ...

Published:  Wed, 13 Dec 2017 22:40:00 GMT

5 tips to prevent identity theft this holiday season

Identity theft is a real threat and it can be damaging to your finances and personal life. Make sure you're doing all you can to keep yourself safe during this holiday season. Here are 5 things you can do to stay protected. Secure your passwords: Stop ...

Published:  Mon, 11 Dec 2017 01:45:00 GMT

Money Matters: How to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft

News of this year's Equifax breach, fraudulent I.R.S. tax returns and hacks into retail giants shows the ever-growing need to protect a person's identity. "Identity theft is, unfortunately, not 100 percent preventable, so it's important to know ...

Published:  Mon, 11 Dec 2017 12:59:00 GMT

Identity Theft: Exercise caution during holidays

Tis the season, unfortunately, for scammers to take advantage of consumers who might be both feeling a little more generous than normal, and be using credit cards more frequently. West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey issued a warning for folks ...

Published:  Thu, 14 Dec 2017 08:53:00 GMT

West Springfield police looking for identity theft, fraud suspect

According to the West Springfield Police Department's official Facebook page, the woman is an identity theft and credit card fraud suspect. If you recognize her or have any information, you may leave an anonymous tip with West Springfield police at 413 ...

Published:  Wed, 13 Dec 2017 06:52:00 GMT

St. Johns County woman wanted for identity theft; had personal info of at least 147 people

A woman in St. Johns County is being sought on outstanding warrants of eight counts of identity theft. She is also a person of interest in a large-scale St. Augustine mail theft incident. According to the St.Johns County Sheriff's Office Courtney Sean O ...

Published:  Tue, 12 Dec 2017 07:41:00 GMT

FCC Staffers Blast Agency For Ignoring Identity Theft, Fraud

FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel isn't particularly impressed by the agency's refusal to police identity theft and fraud during its net neutrality proceeding. As noted last week, the FCC is refusing to cooperate whatsoever with law enforcement ...

Published:  Tue, 12 Dec 2017 10:00:00 GMT

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