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IdentifyForce vs. Lifelock vs. Credit Monitoring

Key Available Features



Credit Monitoring

Monthly price for an Individual Enrollment




Daily monitoring & alerts of suspicious activity linked to your Social Security Number




Daily monitoring & alerts of key changes in your Equifax, Experian & TransUnion credit reports




Ability to view, monitor & delete your personal information from Internet directories




Online links to help you quickly dispute any errors in your credit reports




Instant Credit Scores from Equifax, Experian & TransUnion




Secure online registry that saves your credit &  ATM/debit card information




Easy online access to important phone numbers & documents




See full comparison of IdentityForce, Lifelock, and Credit Monitoring.

IdentityForce provides identity theft alerts, internet monitoring/deletion, identity firewalls, social security monitoring and more. These additonal services include an online dashboard to instantly access your Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion credit reports as well as instant access to your credit score and information about what you can do to improve it.

The online dashboard puts you in immediate control if your wallet is ever lost or stolen. It also by providing the ability to stop thieves from stealing your personal information out of your mailbox or trash by allowing you to opt out of pre-approved credit card and insurance offers. These services are made available with around-the-clock access to Fraud Restoration Specialists and Identity Restoration Advocates.

Finally, in the unlikely event it becomes necessary, up to $1 million reimbursement for certain out of pocket expenses and lost wages related to the theft of your identity. We've also created a complete IdentityForce Review.

Preparing for the Inevitable: Data Security Measures

Your systems are secure, right? No hacker is going to breach your firewalls. Your employees are honest and trustworthy. They wouldn't misuse the data that you store, would they? Perhaps, but can you take that chance?

A 2008 study of data breach incidents over the last several years by the Verizon Business RISK Team found that almost three-quarters of all incidents occurred from external sources, that ninety percent of known vulnerabilities exploited by these attacks had patches available for at least six months prior to the breach, and that two-thirds involved data that the victim did not known was on its systems.

Often it seems that, when dealing with vulnerabilities in system security and data breaches, it's not a matter of if it will happen, but when. Yet there are steps that you can take to mitigate the risk of suffering a data breach, or the risk of liability if you do suffer a breach. Click on this link to help prepare for the inevitable data breach.

Is Your Identity At Risk?

In todayís world, you wouldn't think of going on the Internet without anti-virus software and a firewall to protect your computer. So why do so many people leave their identity unprotected? ID theft is the fastest growing crime in the United States according to the Federal Trade Commission. Now that thereís virtually universal access to your personal information, if you havenít yet been the victim of ID theft itís probably just a matter of time.

According to the FTC, millions of Americans have had their personal records compromised since 2005 Ė there were over 10 million victims of identity theft in 2007 alone. It is estimated that an identity is stolen every 3.5 seconds. In fact, your personal information may have already been compromised on the Internet, or stolen from a business, hospital, university, bank, or insurance company.

What most people donít know is that once a criminal steals your identity, they can do a lot more than make fraudulent credit card purchases in your name. They can turn your life upside down and you won't even know it's happened until:
  • You get calls from collection agencies for debts you never incurred
  • You get bounced checks for accounts you never opened
  • You get an eviction notice for an apartment you never rented
  • You huge phone bills for accounts you don't recognize
  • You get medical bills for procedures you've never had
  • You are arrested for crimes you didn't commit
Identity theft is a huge emotional, relational, and financial catastrophe. In addition to all the direct financial and legal hassles ID theft victims have to deal with, it can take hundreds of hours of tedious paperwork and frustrating phone calls to restore your reputation and your credit. Fortunately, all of this is preventable with IdentityForce.