Identity Protector

Keeping your identity safe can be a daunting task with the amount of information that most individuals share on the internet. When it comes to social media, online shopping and mobile banking, you might have your name, phone number, address, and financial information available at the click of a button. Identity thieves do everything that they can to find your information and take advantage of your hard-earned reputation. There are tactics that you can practice daily to become a better identity protector.

Protect Your Wallet or Purse

Pick-pocketing still exists today, and losing your wallet or purse is always a risk that you take. Try not to carry any sensitive identification with you on a regular basis. Documents such as a passport, social security card, or birth certificate could give an identity thief a large amount of control over your personal information and accounts. Keeping these documents in a secure location could save you from a potential headache if your wallet or purse is ever stolen or misplaced.

Monitor Your Credit

As an American, you are entitled to three free credit reports every year, one from each of the major credit bureaus. Using these reports to help you monitor you credit activity could help you uncover potential identity fraud, and help you to become a better ID protector. Checking each of these reports can help you keep your finances safe, but if that doesn't provide enough peace of mind for you, there are other options available.

Get Help from an Experienced Company

Identity Guard® has been helping to protect identities for nearly two decades offering consumers comprehensive identity and credit monitoring solutions. With this type of protection help behind you, you can become a better identity protector by using the Identity Guard monitor, protect, and recover tools. Count on us to help what makes you…↑you. Learn more about our plans today!

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