Quincy Mutual Selects Identity Theft 911 to Provide Identity Theft Protection and Resolution Services to Homeowners Policyholders

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Quincy Mutual Fire Insurance Company has selected Identity Theft 911 to provide identity management and resolution services to create a comprehensive offering to homeowners policyholders. This addition provides Identity Theft 911’s LifeStages™ Identity Management services, including 24/7 access to a fraud specialist for individualized support with proactive assistance and identity theft recovery services.

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“We’re pleased to partner with Identity Theft 911 to offer these exceptional services to our policyholders,” said Kevin Meskell, executive vice president, Quincy Mutual.

Identity Theft 911, the nation’s premier identity management and data risk management services provider, today announced that Quincy Mutual Fire Insurance Company, a Massachusetts insurance company with more than 150 years of expertise, has chosen the company to offer identity protection and identity theft resolution services to customers. Quincy Mutual policyholders and their family members now benefit from Identity Theft 911’s LifeStages™ Identity Protection Services during the times in life when they are most susceptible to identity theft.

Insurers offer coverage to protect a broad spectrum of risks associated with homeownership and property and liability coverage have been standard in the industry. Several years ago, Quincy Mutual introduced an Identity Theft endorsement to each homeowners’ policy which would allow for indemnification of certain expenses incurred by the policyholder to resolve issues associated with this type of incident. Complimentary to these offerings, Quincy Mutual now has additional identity theft services added to an already broad spectrum of coverage to create a comprehensive package for policyholders.

“We’re pleased to partner with Identity Theft 911 to offer these exceptional services to our policyholders,” said Kevin Meskell, executive vice president, Quincy Mutual. “Their reputation for delivering sound advice and solutions enhances the value of the homeowner insurance policy we provide through our independent agencies in Massachusetts.”

Identity Theft 911 fraud specialists cover a range of issues, from proactive measures to adopt throughout a person’s life to identity theft and account takeover resolution. In the event of an incident, they provide high-touch service to victims from the initial call for help until the case is resolved. .

“Identity theft risks are growing in scale and intricacy and customers demand comprehensive solutions for a range of issues during life,” said Matt Cullina, CEO of Identity Theft 911. “At a time when companies are scaling back, Quincy Mutual has instead opted to enhance their policyholders’ experience and protection with additional expert and education services.”

About Identity Theft 911
Identity Theft 911 is the nation’s premier identity theft and data breach management, resolution and education service. The company serves 13 million households across the country and provides fraud solutions for a range of organizations—including Fortune 500 companies, the country’s largest insurance companies, corporate benefit providers, banks and credit unions and membership organizations. Since 2005, the company has helped more than 150,000 businesses deal with data breaches. For more information visit, http://www.idt911.com.

About Quincy Mutual
The Quincy Mutual Fire Insurance Company offers a full range of insurance products to protect the property and liability needs of individuals and businesses. Quincy offers these policies through more than 400 Independent Insurance Agents located throughout the New England states and New York. The Quincy Mutual Group has over $240 million of insurance premiums in force, serves more than 230,000 policyholders, and handles over 30,000 claims each year. Quincy Mutual is Rated A+ (superior) by A.M. Best, and is proud to have earned that designation for more than 70 consecutive years.


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