IdentityTruth: Is Your Identity the “Truth” and Nothing but the Truth?

IdentityTruth may be one of the most comprehensive programs available to consumers. Use of other products may not be as complete or effective, leaving opportunities open to an identity thief to misuse your information. Your identity is interconnected with your personal and family information, your assets, your finances and your credit and identity theft puts you at risk, legally as well as financially. Identity Truth attempts to provide you with the most complete service available, for identity theft protection, protecting all that is important to you.

LoudSiren Identity Theft Warning System Provides Emergency Services

Debix’s LoudSiren is a company and product doing promotion of their identity theft warning system as an identity protection network. Code is placed to code fraud alerts into your credit report. A fraud alert is a code placed on your credit record which requires lenders to verify your identity and application for credit prior to increasing or issuing credit in your name. Once the fraud alert is placed by LoudSiren, confirmation of your identity is required before any creditor may issue new credit in your name, increase credit limits, approve loans or approve any new credit accounts. Loudsiren by Debix Promo Code is also available.

Lifelock Sued By Experian – Lifelock’s Promotional Efforts and Response

Exeprian says that the FCRA does not permit the placement of an initial fraud alert by corporations such as LifeLock. Despite this prohibition, LifeLock has surreptitiously placed hundreds of thousands of fraud alerts on Experian’s files by posing as the consumer. LifeLock does include automated requests for new fraud alerts every 90 days. Lifelock actually renews these every 70 days, as Robert Prusinski told us in Lifelock’s Promotional Interview with Identity Theft Secrets.

Identity Theft Around the World

Recent data indicates that identity theft affects national economies around the world. In the United States the FTC reported a loss of approximately $50 billion dollars annually for consumers and businesses. The Home Office of the United Kingdom calculated the cost of identity theft to the British economy at $3.2 billion during the last three years. Estimates from the Australian Centre for Policing Research place the cost of identity theft to individuals in Australia at $3 billion each year. . .

Veterans: What You Should Know to Prevent and Recover from Identity Theft

In August 2006, the Veteran’s Administration contacted approximately 16,000 individuals regarding a theft of computer equipment containing veteran;s benefits information. In another instance over 26.5 million social security numbers were stolen when a federal employee’s laptop computer was stolen. How did this information get stolen? Wasn’t it protected by the government somehow?