Protect My ID Alert
- Redeem a promotional Protect My ID membership offer with an activation code
- Identity Theft Insurance is underwritten by insurance company AIG
- Users can redeem the membership online or by calling 1-877-297-7780
From the Protect My ID site:
“Redeem your complimentary membership to ProtectMyID Alert here. We offer multiple layers of protection and are backed by Experian – a name you can trust. We monitor your credit daily and alert you when key changes are found. We provide you with an easy-to-read Experian credit report to look for signs of fraud. $1 Million Identity Theft Insurance Coverage. A Fraud Resolution Agent is assigned immediately to work closely with you to resolve any identity issues.”
If for any reason the customer would like cancel their Protect My ID membership please dial a customer service agent at 1-877-297-7780 or email email@example.com. Please note that customers will not be reimbursed for any portion of their current monthly/annual paid membership fee.
What is ProtectMyID?
- Full-service provider of identity theft detection that monitors customers credit to help prevent ID Theft
- Includes a Experian Credit Report
- When a change in a customers credit is detected customers will receive an alert by SMS mobile text
- Offers a ProtectMyID Mobile App that can be accessed through most smart phone
- For a dispute related to a Equifax or TransUnion credit report please contact Equifax or TransUnion directly at 1-888-202-4025 (Equifax) and 800-916-8800 (TransUnion)
ProtectMyID is part of the Experian Interactive family of online sites and any firms interested in forming a partnership with Protect My ID Alert should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Experian is dedicated to state of the art, world-class security standards and providing peace of mind to customers.
Other ID Theft Protection Services?
- ID Theft Protection from Consumer Reports
- Identity Guard
Identity theft is defined as when someone attempt to to be someone else by assuming that person’s identity and the estimated financial losses total over $20 billion annually.