Protect Your Identity!

May 11, 2011 at 12:43 PM | Posted in Home, Identity Theft | Leave a comment
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We’ve all seen the news reports about computer systems getting “hacked” and personal information being compromised. Unfortunately, there are many more ways your personal information can be stolen: people sifting through your trash, stealing your mail, or obtaining your ATM pin number.

Once thieves steal personal information they use it to withdraw your money, open new credit or bank accounts, take out new loans, or give your name to police during an arrest.

The good news – You can easily protect your personal information by purchasing identity theft protection under your homeowner policy. Coverage varies by company, and can include:

  • Resolution Services – A fraud specialist will guide you through the process of restoring your good name and credit record.
  • Lost Wages – Replaces salary lost due to time taken off from work to deal with the identity theft.
  • Notary and Certified Mail Charges – Covers the cost of processing and delivering fraud affidavits.
  • Loan Fees – Covers the cost to re-apply for loans that were denied due to erroneous credit information caused by the identity theft.
  • Attorney Fees – Pays the cost of defending erroneous suits brought by merchants and collection agencies, removing criminal or civil judgments wrongly entered against you, or for challenging the information in your credit report.

This coverage is very inexpensive. Call us at 1-888-850-9400 to make sure your identity and financial security are protected.


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