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Lifelock is an identity theft protection service that can help prevent your information from being compromised. If however, while under the membership of Lifelock you become the victim of id theft, they will finance the rehabilitation and restoration of your credit and accounts up to 1 million dollars. While they will cover the cost of many things, they will not transfer money directly to their customers, it is a preventative service and not an insurance company, so they will not issue checks for reimbursement checks for loss of wages or things of that sort. This service pretty much does the entire middleman and legwork for you, and all you have to do is sign the forms and make the initial phone call informing them of the problem. Of course you will also have to file a report with the police.
This service keeps a vigilant watch on your identity and possible threats to your information. They will notify you if there is suspicious activity regarding your account; and then if your information is compromised, they will route out all the locations of where your information is being sold or has been accessed.
This is a very good service, but I don’t really believe in fixing things that aren’t broke or paying for a service that you won’t use. I’m sure that there are many sufferers of identity theft out there, but I believe this could be prevented if they were more careful with their information online, and had proper protection on their computers. Compromised information is usually accessed from the victim’s own computer, not from the bank or the social security office. Therefore it is very important to have a firewall, virus and malware protection and scanning available on your computers at all times. You should be careful of what information you put out into the Internet, make sure your connection is secure. My best advice to offer is to be safe, don’t open Spam that has attachments on them and to stay away from suspicious websites that could harm your computer.
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