Social Security Number Monitoring
We continuously scour thousands of databases for you, promptly alerting you when your SSN is detected. This gives you time to re-secure your data
before an identity thief can do further harm.
Online “Black Market” Monitoring
We monitor the Internet 24/7 to see if your personal information – Social Security number, registered bank account numbers and credit card numbers – are detected on black market websites, secret chat rooms, and underground forums. If we find something, we send you a fast notification.
Address Change Monitoring
Changing the physical address on someone’s account is still the most frequent action taken by fraudsters. We will alert you whenever a change in your address is detected within our system.
Public Record Monitoring
To help you keep up with all of your public records, we will monitor and alert you to certain changes, such as names and aliases, address history, license and registrations, criminal and civil court records which may be early indicators of identity theft.
3-Bureau Credit Monitoring
We monitor your credit files at the three major Credit Reporting Agencies every day and promptly alert you if there are certain changes, such as new credit applications, credit cards, mortgages, or loans in your name.
Credit Report Updates
We provide regular updates showing changes to your credit reports at the major consumer reporting bureaus. Staying up-to-date on your credit files can help you make more informed financial decisions and help protect yourself from identity theft.
Knowing your credit score in advance of making a big purchase can help you understand which loan rate you may qualify for. We will provide you an uptodate view of your credit score(s) based on data from the 3 credit bureaus.
Credit Score Updates
You will receive regular credit score updates with your updated credit report so you can track your credit score over time to see how you’re doing.
3-Bureau Credit Analyzer
Our Credit Analyzer simulation tool uses your credit information to let you explore how various financial decisions may impact your credit. You can
experiment with making payments, transferring balances, opening or closing accounts, making credit inquiries and more.