NationalCreditReport.com Addresses The Common Question, "How Do I Avoid Identity Theft?"

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Identity theft in America is more common than people think. Know the laws against identity theft should you ever become a victim.

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Identity theft in America and around the world has become a very serious issue. In fact, identity theft is the number one crime in the U.S. There are simple steps individuals can take to help protect themselves from identity theft and laws are in place to discourage the crime

NationalCreditReport.com (the "Company") is helping people fight identity theft in America. As consumers frequently ask, "How do I avoid identity theft, and what are the laws against it?", NationalCreditReport.com announced the launch of three nationwide services. These credit monitoring services will enable customers to monitor their credit file and receive rapid alerts of any related activity.

Providing consumers with early notification is the best way to prevent identity theft in America and across the globe. The Company's services encompass identity theft insurance, credit monitoring and reporting, and free credit scores. For more information about which protection plan is right for you, visit http://www.NationalCreditReport.com and begin protecting your identity.

"Identity theft in America and around the world has become a very serious issue. In fact, identity theft is the number one crime in the U.S. There are simple steps individuals can take to help protect themselves from identity theft and laws are in place to discourage the crime," said Chief Executive Officer William J. Caragol. "Our products and services help individuals safely and effectively prevent and avoid identity theft and learn about their credit score and credit file history. All solutions we offer use the highest security."

Each of the three programs ranges in price, however they all include Safeguard Creditâ„¢ monitoring, a free credit score, and $25,000 of ID theft insurance*, which help address the question of how do I avoid identity theft. The Safeguard Credit monitoring service is set to alert the subscriber within 24 hours of any major changes made to their credit file. Consumers should note that credit monitoring does not affect their credit.

*ID Theft Insurance is not permissible by state law in the following states: AK, CA, IL, IN, NY, OH, WA and WY.

About NationalCreditReport.com

Since 2004, NationalCreditReport.com has specialized in providing a variety of credit information to consumers to help protect them from identity theft in America. The Company provides credit monitoring, credit reports, credit scores and other identity theft protection services.

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