North American Title Co. Expands Its Allclear ID Program for Its Home Buyer, Seller and Refinance Customers

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Residential customers who close with North American Title will now receive identity theft and credit monitoring in addition to identity repair, at no charge for 12 months

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Having the AllClear Proactive Benefit Program places North American Title head and shoulders above other title and escrow providers.

North American Title Co. (NATC) has expanded its arrangement with AllClear ID for home buyers, sellers and refinance customers who close with NATC. The new AllClear Proactive Benefit Program still includes identity repair, and has now expanded to include identity theft and credit monitoring, backed by $1 million identity theft insurance. The program is offered to NATC customers at no cost for 12 months after closing.

“We began the original program with AllClear ID in 2014, and its success has encouraged us to expand it with these new offerings,” said Tom Fischer, president of North American Title Group, NATC’s parent company.

“North American Title has a three-pronged strategy to protect our customers,” Fischer said. “First, we have worked at all levels to institute strict procedures to handle our customers’ nonpublic personal information. This effort was recognized by our earning the ALTA Best Practices Certification in 2016 from Aprio, an independent accounting firm. Second, in addition to our escrow and closing services, we offer title insurance policies at closing to protect the homeownership rights of our home buyer customers.

“Offering an even more robust program to secure our customers’ identity is the essential third step,” he added. “Having the AllClear Proactive Benefit Program places North American Title head and shoulders above other title and escrow providers.”

When closing at NATC, access to the AllClear Identity Repair program is automatic for home buyers, sellers and refinance customers and provided at no charge for one year. If a customer’s identity is stolen within the first 12 months after closing with NATC, they will work with AllClear ID to restore their credit and recover their losses. AllClear’s Identity Theft and Credit Monitoring requires enrollment with AllClear ID to begin the process of activating phone alerts and monitoring options.

“North American Title is recognized for our efforts to fight fraud in the real estate transaction,” said Fischer. “Now, our customers know we have their backs in that first year after closing with us, to help them in any way if they experience the devastating effects of identity fraud.”

For information about the NATC AllClear Proactive Benefit Program, go to http://www.nat.com and click on the AllClear ID banner. To locate and contact an NATC branch in your market, go to http://www.nat.com and click “Find an office.”

About North American Title
With well over 1,200 associates and a network of branches from coast to coast, North American Title Group, LLC (NATG) is among the largest real estate settlement service providers in the United States. Consisting of both agent and underwriter operations, NATG reported annual gross revenues in fiscal 2016 of $360.2 million. The company also has the resources and stability of being a wholly owned subsidiary of an S&P 500 company with over $15.3 billion in assets as of its fiscal year ended November 30, 2016. North American Title’s agency network operates nationally under the name North American Title Co. and similar names (NATC) in 18 states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Utah and Virginia, in addition to the District of Columbia. Through our relationship with our expanding affiliate network, NATC provides or is able to coordinate real estate settlement services in all 50 states. NATG is headquartered in Miami, Florida. To learn more, visit http://www.nat.com.

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