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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.

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Privacy Matters 123

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$19.99 per month

This website is not easy to navigate through. There are too many different links. It took us a while to find a link to simply explain how Privacy Matters 123 protects a person's identity. By the looks of the website, signing up for protection appears to be more about getting a free credit report than actually protecting your identity.

They do not provide any information on their refund policy or service level guarantee.

As a member of Privacy Matters 123, you receive the following benefits:

  • Automatic monitoring of your credit at all three credit bureaus
  • Unlimited access to your credit report and score
  • Unlimited access to customer service

You can try the Privacy Matters 123's services free for seven days. If you decide to cancel you still receive your online credit report. If you do not cancel, your credit card will be billed $19.99 per month

This is where the service provided by Privacy Matters 123 ends. They do not provide the fraud alerts, credit line verification, or identity theft insurance provided with the other plans in our review. Ironically, they do offer the highest cost however.

Privacy Matters 123 offers the bare minimum in protection and costs the most per month. The website is organized poorly and they provide no guarantee or identity theft insurance. For real identity theft protection, we suggest you look to one of our higher-rated selections.

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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.

TopConsumerReviews.com 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!

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