ID Watchdog Review: A review of IDWatchdog’s services and ratings of ID Watchdog’s coverage versus a company like Lifelock or Intelius. An Interview with Erik Hansen, VP Marketing for ID Watchdog
You’ve no doubt seen an ad for LifeLock. In the ad, LifeLock CEO Tom Davis grabs consumers’ attention by giving out his real social security number on television and on line to make the point that he is safe from identity theft because he has multi-layered protection LifeLock.
IdentityTruth is another such service that wants to protect consumers from the devastating consequences of identity theft. IdentityTruth also offers a protection program involving multiple components
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.
About a month and a half ago, I did an Interview with Lifelock and asked them a bunch of questions about their Identity Theft Service. Since that interview, a lot of people have asked me about it, so I transcribed the Interview and have posted it here. You can also use the lifelock promotion code Identity. It saves you $21 and gives you 30 days free
Is Lifelock any good? What about a promotional code for their service? An audio Interview with LifeLock. The Identity Theft Prevention Service, and the Lifelock promotion code for saving money. How to save money and protect your identity at the same time.