Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) February 22, 2016
Identity theft… one of the scariest, and fastest growing problems in the digital world.
Anyone who has been the victim of ID theft knows process all too well. Having a credit card decline at the gas station. Getting a call from the bank verifying suspicious charges in the account…
In a recent “How To” article from The Credit Repair Kit for Dummies, Steve Bucci suggests changing account PINs and passwords regularly. (http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-get-and-use-credit-after-identity-theft.html)
While this is a great suggestion, and one that ID theft victims should consider, it's not enough. The way to prevent falling into the terrible circumstances that identity theft brings is to monitor it around the clock.
Modern technology allows for effortless, 24/7 bank and credit monitoring through companies like CreditMonitoring.com. Users can even alerts sent to a phone or email so they can take action immediately. As an additional precaution, CreditMonitoring.com is announcing a new feature offering up to $1,000,000.00 identity theft insurance to all members enrolled in credit monitoring.
Monitoring changes to credit reports scores over time is a critical component of identity protection. Learn more at CreditMonitoring.com.