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INDIVIDUAL

$9.95
PER month
  • Unlimited Consultation
  • Complete Monitoring
  • $5MM SERVICE GUARANTEE

FAMILY

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$10 More
 

WE PROTECT EVERYTHING THAT’S YOU

Since 2013, over one billion records have been compromised in America.

Your personal information now lives online. Sharing an email address or even a credit card number is part of everyday life, but more than ever, this makes you vulnerable to thieves.

IDShield’s comprehensive identity protection service diligently monitors for signs of criminal activity and gives you all you need to keep your identity secure from thieves and fraud.

See below all the ways your IDShield plan gives you the upper hand.

CONSULTATION

Get advice from an IDShield Licensed Private Investigator during normal business hours or get assistance in an emergency 24/7/365.

Get Advice

  • How to identify scams & schemes
  • How to read your credit report
  • How to stop credit card junk mail
  • Medical & criminal ID fraud/theft
  • Minor & deceased ID fraud/theft

PROTECT YOURSELF

  • Making financial transactions
  • Shopping online
  • Communicating online
  • Using your SSN

Get ASSISTANCE

  • Lost or stolen wallet
  • Credit freezes
  • Sex offender searches
  • Alerting credit reporting agencies
  • SSN Skip Trace fraud detection

Get ALERT INFO

  • Current ID theft & fraud issues
  • Monthly ID theft news updates
  • Data breaches
  • Dashboard alerts
IDShield Mobile App has the best identity protection mobile experience.

Security MONITORING

We monitor your valuable information so you can protect what's valuable to you.

WE MONITOR

  • Your Social Security Number
  • Up to 10 credit card numbers
  • Up to 10 bank account numbers

MONITOR YOUR CREDIT

On MyIDShield, view your credit any time without affecting your score, report, or inquiry records.

TRACK YOUR CREDIT SCORE

On MyIDShield, view quarterly credit score updates, track changes, and see what factors can affect your score.

PAYDAY LOAN MONITOR

We monitor your personal information to determine if it’s been used to apply for/obtain a payday or quick-cash loan.

COURT RECORDS ACTIVITY

We search through 509 million criminal & court records for illegal activity using your information.

WE ALERT YOU

  • Credit account delinquency
  • Credit fraud attempts
  • Credit bankruptcy
  • Credit account inquiries
  • New credit accounts
  • New address requests
  • New employment info
  • New public records
  • Court records incidents
  • New loan attempts

PRIVACY MONITORING

Wherever thieves operate, we’re watching. So you can keep yourself to yourself.

WE MONITOR

  • Your name
  • Your date of birth
  • Your Social Security Number
  • Your mailing address
  • Your driver’s license number
  • Your passport number
  • Up to 10 email addresses
  • Up to 10 phone numbers
  • Up to 10 medical ID numbers
  • Your social media accounts

WE WATCH

  • Global black market websites
  • IRC (internet relay chat) channels
  • Peer-to-peer file sharing networks
  • Social media sites

WE ALERT YOU

  • Personal email alerts
  • Mobile alerts through the IDShield app
  • Alert details on MyIDShield
  • Live alert support
“My investigator took the time to explain, advise, and even reassure me. I got off the phone with a smile on my face.”
— AB from Naples, Florida
"In the last nine years, I’ve restored over 900 identities.”
— Tim, Licensed Private Investigator

FULL-SERVICE RESTORATION

If your information is compromised, IDShield Licensed Private Investigators will do whatever is necessary to get your identity restored to its pre-theft status.

WE’LL NOTIFY AND COLLABORATE WITH

  • Credit card companies
  • Financial institutions
  • Creditors
  • Collection agencies
  • Property managers
  • Local & federal law enforcement

WE’LL TAKE DISPUTES ALL THE WAY TO

  • Federal Trade Commission
  • Federal Reserve Bank
  • Social Security Administration
  • Department of Motor Vehicles
  • State Attorney General Office
  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  • Comptroller of the Currency
  • Office of Thrift Supervision
  • Office of Inspector General

WE’LL SEARCH

  • Department of Corrections records
  • State-by-state arrest logs
  • State court records
  • National criminal databases
  • Public driver’s license databases
  • Check clearinghouses

WE’LL REVIEW

  • Credit reports
  • Other consumer reports
  • Employment History
  • Public records
  • Address history
Check Out How It All Works

See our Individual Plan Details and Family Plan Details

 

IDShield Individual Plan

 

Identity Consultation Services

Members have unlimited access to identity consultation services provided by Kroll's Licensed Investigators. The Investigator will advise members on best practices for identity management tailored to the member's specific situation and should there be an identity theft event, the investigator will recommend that a case be opened for restoration. Members have access to member support agents and 24/7/365 for emergency situations. Kroll's Licensed Investigators will be available to answer questions regarding ID Theft and Fraud issues from 7am to 7pm central time, Monday through Friday excluding major holidays. All members are eligible to receive the following consultative services:

Privacy and Security Best Practice

  • Consult on best practices for the use and protection of a consumer's Social Security number and Personal Identifying Information (PII)
  • Provide consultation on current trends related to ID theft and fraud issues
  • Discuss best practices for financial transactions
  • Consult on best practices for consumer privacy
  • Discuss tactics and best practices while shopping and communicating online
  • Provide the knowledge to best protect the member from ID Theft using their rights under federal and state laws
  • Help members interpret and analyze their credit report
  • Take steps to reduce pre-approved credit card offers
  • Consult with members regarding a public record inquiry or background search
  • Credit Freeze consultation
  • Consultation on common scams and schemes, including email and social media

Event Driven Consultation Support

  • Lost/Stolen wallet assistance
  • Data Exposure/Data Breach safeguards
  • With Member's permission, facilitate the placement of 90-day fraud security alerts with credit reporting agencies. If permission is not given, provide a list of contact phone numbers for placing fraud alerts

Alerts and Notifications

  • Monthly identity theft updates to help educate and protect members
  • Data breach notifications delivered to members

Confirm Identity Fraud and its Severity

  • Social Security Number Fraud Detection - Use Social Security Number Skip Trace technique to investigate the member's name & Social Security Number to identify potentially fraudulent activity using industry-unique database access afforded by credentials of Licensed Investigators
  • Consultation and education on Criminal and Medical Identity Theft
  • Discovery and consultation on Deceased and Minor Identity Theft
  • Sex Offender Searches

Consultation Services are limited to the solutions, best practices, legislation, and established industry and organizational procedures in place in the United States and Canada as determined beneficial or productive by a Kroll Licensed Investigator.

Privacy Monitoring

Black Market Website Surveillance (Internet Monitoring)

Monitors global black-market websites, IRC (internet relay chat) channels, chat rooms, peer to peer sharing networks, and social feeds for a member's Personally Identifiable Information (PII), looking for matches of:

  • Name
  • Date of birth
  • Social Security number
  • Emails (up to 10)
  • Phone numbers (up to 10)
  • Driver's License number
  • Passport Number
  • Medical ID numbers (up to 10)

When an exact match for the monitored information is found, the member is alerted with an email notification. The detail of the alert can be accessed via the service portal dashboard.

Address Change Verification

Keeps track of a personal mailing address and alerts when a change of address has been requested through the United States Postal Service. An initial baseline report is provided of activity within the last 18 months, and monitoring thereafter provides alerts whenever a new change of address request is made. The detail of the alert can be accessed through the member dashboard on www.myidshield.com.This service can be accessed immediately by the member via the service portal dashboard.

Security Monitoring

Black Market Website Surveillance (Internet Monitoring)

Monitors global black-market websites, IRC (internet relay chat) channels, chat rooms, peer to peer sharing networks, and social feeds for a member's Personally Identifiable Information (PII), looking for matches of:

  • SSN
  • Credit card numbers (up to 10)
  • Bank account numbers (up to 10)

When an exact match for the monitored information is found, the member is alerted with an email notification. The detail of the alert can be accessed through the member dashboard on www.myidshield.com.

Court Records Monitoring

Detects criminal activity that may be associated with an individual's personal information, alerting them to signs of potential criminal identity theft. This service searches for online court records that match the member's name and date of birth from county courts, Department of Corrections (DOC), Administration of the Courts (AOC), and other legal agencies - approx. 350 million criminal records searched. Court records are sourced from county, state and federal data sources. County records are sourced from the 250 most populous counties along with arrest records, court records, correctional records and State Department records. If an incident appears associated with the member's information, they will be notified via alert.

Credit Monitoring

Members have access to continuous credit monitoring through TransUnion only. Monitoring can be accessed immediately by the member via the service portal dashboard. Credit activity will be reported promptly to the member via an email alert. Monitoring does not affect an individual's credit score nor does it appear as a hard inquiry on his or her credit report when accessed by a third party. The credit monitoring service will alert members to activity up to and including new delinquent accounts, fraud alerts, improved account, new account, new address, new bankruptcy, new employment, new account inquiry, and new public records.

Credit Inquiry Alerts

Members will be notified via email when a creditor requests their TransUnion credit file for the purposes of opening a new credit account. Alerts may also be triggered when a creditor requests a member's credit file for changes that would result in a new financial obligation, such as a new cell phone account, a lease for a new apartment, or even for an application for a new mortgage. Inquiry alerts can be helpful in determining when an identity thief is opening a new account without the member's authorization.

Quarterly Credit Score Tracker

A quarterly credit score from TransUnion that plots the member's score quarter by quarter on a graph. Upon enrollment and quarterly thereafter, members will be able to see how their credit scores have changed over time, along with score factors that provide insight into what events may have caused their specific credit score to change.

Payday Loan Monitoring

Alerts the subscriber when their personal information is associated with short-term, pay day, or similar cash-advance loans. The service monitors 21,000 online, rent-to-own, and payday lender storefronts for unauthorized activity. An initial report is provided and monitoring is provided on a monthly basis. An alert is generated whenever new loans or inquiries are detected.

Identity Restoration

Licensed Investigators

Kroll's Licensed Investigators perform the bulk of the restoration work required to restore a member's identity to pre-theft status. The following list outlines Kroll's typical identity restoration process. Please note that each case is unique and Kroll Licensed Investigators will typically address a variety of issues during a restoration case.

Within 1 business day of receiving a fully executed Limited Power of Attorney and copies of the Member's Social Security card, driver's license, identity theft police report and most recent utility statement - complete with the Member's current name and address - Kroll shall:

  • Notify the Social Security Administration (SSA), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service in cases where there is evidence the U.S. Postal Service was used in connection with the suspected fraud
  • Place/confirm that 90 day fraud security alerts have been placed with the three credit bureaus

After receiving the Credit Authorization Form, Kroll shall:

  • Order a copy of the Member's credit report
  • Review credit history and document if fraud includes items such as:
    • Public records: Liens, judgments, bankruptcies
    • Credit accounts: New and/or derogatory
    • Addresses
    • Prior employment
  • Issue Fraud Alert and notification of fraud dispute - Work with affected financial institutions, collection agencies, check clearinghouse companies, landlords and property managers, and/or credit card companies, where warranted.
  • Issue Fraud Victim Statements - Work with all three credit bureaus to restore credit accuracy and place seven-year fraud victim statements with the permission of the victim.

Where warranted, Kroll will:

  • Search victim's local county criminal data to detect criminal activity being committed in member's name
  • Use the U.S. Criminal Records Indicator to search a wide variety of national criminal databases
  • Search victim's State Department of Corrections records, court records, and arrest logs from numerous states
  • Perform a driver license search using public records and commercially available data to find associated reports from numerous states
  • Perform a Social Security trace to look for additional addresses that may be attached to the victim's name
  • Perform a death indicator search using public records and commercially available data sources to determine if the victim has been reported as deceased for insurance fraud or other reasons
  • Perform a check-clearinghouse search to determine if victim's name has been submitted as having been involved in fraudulent banking activities
  • Notify the DMV and instruct victim on proper procedures in dealing with the DMV
  • Notify and work with creditors who have extended credit due to misuse of the victim's identifying information
  • Notify and work with the collection agencies of those creditors
  • Notify and work with law enforcement personnel, both local and federal

If disputes are not resolved according to the victim's legal rights, Kroll may escalate disputes to the appropriate government/regulatory agencies, including:

  • Federal Trade Commission
  • State Attorney General office by state
  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  • Association of Collection Professionals International
  • Comptroller of the Currency
  • Federal Reserve Bank
  • Office of Thrift Supervision
  • Office of the Inspector General
  • Provide the additional assistance of investigators who can reasonably assist based on the victim's issues

In all cases, Kroll provides:

  • Follow-up credit reports
  • Subscriber updates

Identity Theft Restoration Service Exclusions - The following are excluded from the Services:

Legal Remedy - Any Stolen Identity Event where the Member is unwilling or unable to prosecute or otherwise bring a civil or criminal claim against any person culpable or reasonably believed to be culpable for the fraud or its consequences.

Dishonest Acts - Any dishonest, criminal, malicious or fraudulent acts, if the Member(s) that suffered the fraud personally participated in, directed or had knowledge of such acts.

Financial Loss - Any direct or indirect financial losses attributable to the Stolen Identity Event, including but not limited to, money stolen from a wallet, unauthorized purchases of retail goods or services online, by phone, mail or directly.

Pre-existing Stolen Identity Event Limitations - Any circumstance wherein the member had knowledge of, or reasonably should have had knowledge of a pre-existing Stolen Identity Event based on information provided to them prior to enrollment in the program.

Business - The theft or unauthorized or illegal use of any business name, DBA or any other method of identifying business (as distinguished from personal) activity.

Third Parties not Subject to U.S. or Canadian Law-Restoration services do not remediate issues with third parties not subject to United States or Canadian law that have been impacted by an individual's Stolen Identity Event, such as financial institutions, government agencies, and other entities.

IDShield Guarantee

Service Guarantee

We don't give up until your identity is restored.

We're confident in our ability to help protect your identity, but no one can prevent all identity theft. If you become a victim of identity theft while an IDShield member, we'll spend up to $5 million using Kroll's industry-leading Licensed Investigators to do whatever it takes for as long as it takes to help recover and restore your identity to its pre-theft status.

We will, in fact, spend an unlimited amount of time and money to fully restore your identity. You will have access to our U.S. based Member Services agents during business hours and in emergency situations, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. And Kroll's Licensed Investigators are available to support you every step of the way.

Our industry-leading identity restoration experts are ready and waiting to help restore your identity. Unlike other providers in the market, we don't waste time retaining an insurer to restore your identity as we have a fully integrated partnership allowing Kroll's Licensed Investigators to handle your identity restoration needs.

We understand how important it is to be prepared for the worst. We are ready to take action immediately.

 

IDShield Family Plan

 

Identity Consultation Services

Members have unlimited access to identity consultation services provided by Kroll's Licensed Investigators. The Investigator will advise members on best practices for identity management tailored to the member's specific situation and should there be an identity theft event, the investigator will recommend that a case be opened for restoration. Members have access to member support agents and 24/7/365 for emergency situations. Kroll's Licensed Investigators will be available to answer questions regarding ID Theft and Fraud issues from 7am to 7pm central time, Monday through Friday excluding major holidays. All members are eligible to receive the following consultative services:

Privacy and Security Best Practice

  • Consult on best practices for the use and protection of a consumer's Social Security number and Personal Identifying Information (PII)
  • Provide consultation on current trends related to ID theft and fraud issues
  • Discuss best practices for financial transactions
  • Consult on best practices for consumer privacy
  • Discuss tactics and best practices while shopping and communicating online
  • Provide the knowledge to best protect the member from ID Theft using their rights under federal and state laws
  • Help members interpret and analyze their credit report
  • Take steps to reduce pre-approved credit card offers
  • Consult with members regarding a public record inquiry or background search
  • Credit Freeze consultation
  • Consultation on common scams and schemes, including email and social media

Event Driven Consultation Support

  • Lost/Stolen wallet assistance
  • Data Exposure/Data Breach safeguards
  • With Member's permission, facilitate the placement of 90-day fraud security alerts with credit reporting agencies. If permission is not given, provide a list of contact phone numbers for placing fraud alerts

Alerts and Notifications

  • Monthly identity theft updates to help educate and protect members
  • Data breach notifications delivered to members

Confirm Identity Fraud and its Severity

  • Social Security Number Fraud Detection - Use Social Security Number Skip Trace technique to investigate the member's name & Social Security Number to identify potentially fraudulent activity using industry-unique database access afforded by credentials of Licensed Investigators
  • Consultation and education on Criminal and Medical Identity Theft
  • Discovery and consultation on Deceased and Minor Identity Theft
  • Sex Offender Searches

Consultation Services are limited to the solutions, best practices, legislation, and established industry and organizational procedures in place in the United States and Canada as determined beneficial or productive by a Kroll Licensed Investigator.

Privacy Monitoring

Black Market Website Surveillance (Internet Monitoring)

Monitors global black-market websites, IRC (internet relay chat) channels, chat rooms, peer to peer sharing networks, and social feeds for a member's Personally Identifiable Information (PII), looking for matches of:

  • Name
  • Date of birth
  • Social Security number
  • Emails (up to 10)
  • Phone numbers (up to 10)
  • Driver's License number
  • Passport Number
  • Medical ID numbers (up to 10)

When an exact match for the monitored information is found, the member is alerted with an email notification. The detail of the alert can be accessed via the service portal dashboard.

Address Change Verification

Keeps track of a personal mailing address and alerts when a change of address has been requested through the United States Postal Service. An initial baseline report is provided of activity within the last 18 months, and monitoring thereafter provides alerts whenever a new change of address request is made. The detail of the alert can be accessed through the member dashboard on www.myidshield.com.This service can be accessed immediately by the member via the service portal dashboard.

Security Monitoring

Black Market Website Surveillance (Internet Monitoring)

Monitors global black-market websites, IRC (internet relay chat) channels, chat rooms, peer to peer sharing networks, and social feeds for a member's Personally Identifiable Information (PII), looking for matches of:

  • SSN
  • Credit card numbers (up to 10)
  • Bank account numbers (up to 10)

When an exact match for the monitored information is found, the member is alerted with an email notification. The detail of the alert can be accessed through the member dashboard on www.myidshield.com.

Court Records Monitoring

Detects criminal activity that may be associated with an individual's personal information, alerting them to signs of potential criminal identity theft. This service searches for online court records that match the member's name and date of birth from county courts, Department of Corrections (DOC), Administration of the Courts (AOC), and other legal agencies - approx. 350 million criminal records searched. Court records are sourced from county, state and federal data sources. County records are sourced from the 250 most populous counties along with arrest records, court records, correctional records and State Department records. If an incident appears associated with the member's information, they will be notified via alert.

Credit Monitoring

Members have access to continuous credit monitoring through TransUnion only. Monitoring can be accessed immediately by the member via the service portal dashboard. Credit activity will be reported promptly to the member via an email alert. Monitoring does not affect an individual's credit score nor does it appear as a hard inquiry on his or her credit report when accessed by a third party. The credit monitoring service will alert members to activity up to and including new delinquent accounts, fraud alerts, improved account, new account, new address, new bankruptcy, new employment, new account inquiry, and new public records.

Credit Inquiry Alerts

Members will be notified via email when a creditor requests their TransUnion credit file for the purposes of opening a new credit account. Alerts may also be triggered when a creditor requests a member's credit file for changes that would result in a new financial obligation, such as a new cell phone account, a lease for a new apartment, or even for an application for a new mortgage. Inquiry alerts can be helpful in determining when an identity thief is opening a new account without the member's authorization.

Quarterly Credit Score Tracker

A quarterly credit score from TransUnion that plots the member's score quarter by quarter on a graph. Upon enrollment and quarterly thereafter, members will be able to see how their credit scores have changed over time, along with score factors that provide insight into what events may have caused their specific credit score to change.

Payday Loan Monitoring

Alerts the subscriber when their personal information is associated with short-term, pay day, or similar cash-advance loans. The service monitors 21,000 online, rent-to-own, and payday lender storefronts for unauthorized activity. An initial report is provided and monitoring is provided on a monthly basis. An alert is generated whenever new loans or inquiries are detected.

Minor Identity Protection (Formerly Safeguard for Minors)

Allows Parents/Guardians of up to 8 minors under the age of 18 to monitor for potential fraudulent activity associated with their child's SSN. Unauthorized names, aliases and addresses that become associated with a minor's name and date of birth may be detected. The service monitors public records in all 50 States and including; real estate data, new mover information, property and recorder of deed registration, county assessor/record data, internet job site providers, state occupational license data providers, voter information, public records/court proceedings, bankruptcies, liens, and judgments. Parents/Guardians are provided a baseline scan, subsequent alerts and notifications thereafter.

Identity Restoration

Licensed Investigators

Kroll's Licensed Investigators perform the bulk of the restoration work required to restore a member's identity to pre-theft status. The following list outlines Kroll's typical identity restoration process. Please note that each case is unique and Kroll Licensed Investigators will typically address a variety of issues during a restoration case.

Within 1 business day of receiving a fully executed Limited Power of Attorney and copies of the Member's Social Security card, driver's license, identity theft police report and most recent utility statement - complete with the Member's current name and address - Kroll shall:

  • Notify the Social Security Administration (SSA), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service in cases where there is evidence the U.S. Postal Service was used in connection with the suspected fraud
  • Place/confirm that 90 day fraud security alerts have been placed with the three credit bureaus

After receiving the Credit Authorization Form, Kroll shall:

  • Order a copy of the Member's credit report
  • Review credit history and document if fraud includes items such as:
    • Public records: Liens, judgments, bankruptcies
    • Credit accounts: New and/or derogatory
    • Addresses
    • Prior employment
  • Issue Fraud Alert and notification of fraud dispute - Work with affected financial institutions, collection agencies, check clearinghouse companies, landlords and property managers, and/or credit card companies, where warranted.
  • Issue Fraud Victim Statements - Work with all three credit bureaus to restore credit accuracy and place seven-year fraud victim statements with the permission of the victim.

Where warranted, Kroll will:

  • Search victim's local county criminal data to detect criminal activity being committed in member's name
  • Use the U.S. Criminal Records Indicator to search a wide variety of national criminal databases
  • Search victim's State Department of Corrections records, court records, and arrest logs from numerous states
  • Perform a driver license search using public records and commercially available data to find associated reports from numerous states.
  • Perform a Social Security trace to look for additional addresses that may be attached to the victim's name
  • Perform a death indicator search using public records and commercially available data sources to determine if the victim has been reported as deceased for insurance fraud or other reasons
  • Perform a check-clearinghouse search to determine if victim's name has been submitted as having been involved in fraudulent banking activities
  • Notify the DMV and instruct victim on proper procedures in dealing with the DMV
  • Notify and work with creditors who have extended credit due to misuse of the victim's identifying information
  • Notify and work with the collection agencies of those creditors
  • Notify and work with law enforcement personnel, both local and federal

If disputes are not resolved according to the victim's legal rights, Kroll may escalate disputes to the appropriate government/regulatory agencies, including:

  • Federal Trade Commission
  • State Attorney General office by state
  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  • Association of Collection Professionals International
  • Comptroller of the Currency
  • Federal Reserve Bank
  • Office of Thrift Supervision
  • Office of the Inspector General
  • Provide the additional assistance of investigators who can reasonably assist based on the victim's issues

In all cases, Kroll provides:

  • Follow-up credit reports
  • Subscriber updates

Identity Theft Restoration Service Exclusions - The following are excluded from the Services:

Legal Remedy - Any Stolen Identity Event where the Member is unwilling or unable to prosecute or otherwise bring a civil or criminal claim against any person culpable or reasonably believed to be culpable for the fraud or its consequences.

Dishonest Acts - Any dishonest, criminal, malicious or fraudulent acts, if the Member(s) that suffered the fraud personally participated in, directed or had knowledge of such acts.

Financial Loss - Any direct or indirect financial losses attributable to the Stolen Identity Event, including but not limited to, money stolen from a wallet, unauthorized purchases of retail goods or services online, by phone, mail or directly.

Pre-existing Stolen Identity Event Limitations - Any circumstance wherein the member had knowledge of, or reasonably should have had knowledge of a pre-existing Stolen Identity Event based on information provided to them prior to enrollment in the program.

Business - The theft or unauthorized or illegal use of any business name, DBA or any other method of identifying business (as distinguished from personal) activity.

Third Parties not Subject to U.S. or Canadian Law-Restoration services do not remediate issues with third parties not subject to United States or Canadian law that have been impacted by an individual's Stolen Identity Event, such as financial institutions, government agencies, and other entities.

IDShield Guarantee

Service Guarantee

We don't give up until your identity is restored.

We're confident in our ability to help protect your identity, but no one can prevent all identity theft. If you become a victim of identity theft while an IDShield member, we'll spend up to $5 million using Kroll's industry-leading licensed investigators to do whatever it takes for as long as it takes to help recover and restore your identity to its pre-theft status.

We will, in fact, spend an unlimited amount of time and money to fully restore your identity. You will have access to our U.S. based Member Services agents during business hours and in emergency situations, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. And Kroll's Licensed investigators are available to support you every step of the way.

Our industry-leading identity restoration experts are ready and waiting to help restore your identity. Unlike other providers in the market, we don't waste time retaining an insurer to restore your identity as we have a fully integrated partnership allowing Kroll's licensed investigators to handle your identity restoration needs.

We understand how important it is to be prepared for the worst. We are ready to take action immediately.

With the IDShield Family Plan, you can save 67% or more over LifeLock.

Nearly 10 million Americans have their identities stolen every year. Don’t be one of them.