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Blog > Member Benefits > Keep Your Address Safe with IDShield
 April 30, 2020

Keep Your Address Safe with IDShield

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With IDShield, you can rest assured that your address is safe.

IDShield’s Address Change Monitoring feature monitors your address history through the National Change of Address database. We also provide a snapshot of your United States Postal Service address history. If anyone requests to change your address, we trigger an alert to notify you.

If you receive an alert but didn’t request to change your own address – who did? This could be a sign of identity theft. If you believe that someone has falsely used your address, we will work with you one-on-one to investigate further. We’ll also help you check your credit report to see if any other personal information has been tinkered with. Our Licensed Private Investigators will do whatever it takes for as long as it takes to rectify the issue with you.

IDShield lets you breathe easier, knowing that an entire company is working to protect your personal information. Download our mobile app to put identity protection and emergency access right in the palm of your hand! Learn more about how IDShield can help.

IDShield is a product of Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc. d/b/a LegalShield (“LegalShield”). LegalShield provides access to identity theft protection and restoration services. IDShield plans are available at individual or family rates. For complete terms, coverage and conditions, please see an identity theft plan. All Licensed Private Investigators are licensed in the state of Oklahoma. This is meant to provide general information and is not intended to provide legal advice, render an opinion, or provide any specific recommendations.


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