No really. The fact that your bank may reverse fraudulent charges doesn't make you safe. A crime has been committed against you and the identity breach might span all aspects of your personal identity.
Financial fraud is less than 25% of Identity Theft
IDENTITY THEFT CAN RESULT IN THE FOLLOWING...
During An Emergency...
...you shouldn't be worried about the accuracy of your medical records.
It's not just a routine traffic stop...
...when there is a warrant for your arrest because of what someone else did.
Those fraudulent tax returns may not be yours...
...but you'll have to deal with them anyway.
Finances Are Always Tight
...and even if your bank covers fraudulent charges, your bills won't wait until you get your money back.
Incorrect Medical Records
Criminal Charges & Arrest
Tax Fraud & IRS Audits
...what can I do?
There are many things you can do.
Undo IDT 101 - Prior Preparation
Making proactive changes is the most time consuming. But by adopting simple best practices and attending some workshops, you'll greatly increase your awareness and reduce your risk substantially.
Undo IDT 201 - Current Practice
Active protection of your identity will take an ongoing commitment and regular maintenance. By utilizing technology and advice from experts to secure your private information, you'll reduce your risk even further.
Undo IDT 911 - Subsequent Action
Recovering from an identity theft can takes hundreds of hours of your time over many months. Our expects can provide tips on how best to handle the situation as well as solutions that can give you complete peace of mind.
Already have too much to do?
Luckily our experts can help...
and have done a lot of the work for you already.
We've spent the last 26 months researching and compiling the best available options and solutions. Browse our assessments, view our free resources, or schedule a workshop and meet our team!