ID Protection - Identity & Credit Monitoring
Protect Now offers full identity & credit monitoring and theft protection. With $1 Million, Zero-Deductible Identity Theft Insurance and Identity Restoration included with your subscription at no additional cost.
It’s a digital jungle out there!
In 2017, Javelin found 6.64% of consumers became victims of identity theft — that breaks down to 1 in 15 people. In 2018 14.4 million U.S. consumers were victims of identity theft. The FTC states 33% of U.S. adults have been victims of identity theft, which is more than twice the global average.
How it works:
All over the world companies and individuals have seen their data significantly breached!
When your data is closely monitored, you get a chance to react ASAP.
You are 11 times more likely to be a victim of identity fraud if you are notified of a breach.
Our FAMILY offer:
Add up to 4 Family Members (parents, children, spouses)
Services offered to Family Members:
* SSN Monitoring
* E-mail Monitoring
* Phone Number Monitoring
* Bank Account Monitoring (up to 10 total)
* Stolen Identity Recovery
* $1 Million ID Theft Insurance
You will be able to add your family members after the registration, inside your ID Protection Member Area.
WHY PROACTIVE PROTECTION?
SLOW REPORTING OF ATTACKS
When Uber reportedly waited more than eleven months to announce a breach that impacted 57-million users, it highlighted how customers aren’t always made aware of security issues in real-time. That’s just one reason why pro-active identity theft protection is so crucial.
GENUINE THREAT OF ID THEFT
With new stories of ID Theft being written every minute, protecting your Identity should be a part of your everyday life. The ideal situation is to get protected before a breach occurs. Safeguard yourself today.
TRUE IDENTITY PROTECTION
We build a virtual strongbox for your identity and the data linked to your accounts – continually on the guard for activity or potential breaches. This is how you stay ahead of threats, by watching for patterns and understanding current threat protocols.