Nearly 10 Million Americans Have Their Identity Stolen Every Year
You don't have to be one of them.
Your Identity Is Under Attack
The criminals are getting smarter. And they’re not going away.
Identity theft has been the top consumer complaint filed with the FTC for 15 years straight. Victims are spending an exorbitant amount of time and money dealing with it.
According to IBM, more than one billion records containing personally identifiable information were leaked in 2014 alone. An identity thief only needs a few data points like the kind found in many data breaches to tap into your financial life.
That's Why We Partnered With IDShield
You need a company that’s more than a website. You need an established institution that understands all the potential threats, how to prevent them and how to restore any damage done. That's IDShield.
What You Get With An Identity Theft Plan From IDShield
If you become a victim of identity theft, IDShield spends up to $5 million to do whatever it takes for as long as it takes to restore your identity.
Monitor More of What Matters
IDShield monitors your identity from every angle, not just your Social Security number, credit cards and bank accounts. They ensure everything connected to you is safe, even your social media accounts. If any change in your status occurs, you receive an email update immediately.
Counsel When You Need It
IDShield's identity specialists are focused on protecting you. They are available to provide you with a complete picture of identity theft, walk you through all the steps you can take to protect yourself and answer any questions. Plus, they are available 24 hours a day, every day, in the event of an identity theft emergency. We’re always here to help, no matter what.
Restore Your Identity Completely
IDShield is the only company with an exclusive partnership with Kroll, the worldwide leader in theft investigative services. If a compromise occurs, contact your licensed private investigator who will immediately begin restoring your identity to exactly the way it was.