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Fraud Alerts with Credit Monitoring:Effective Prevention against new account fraud.

AllClear Fraud Alerts with Credit Monitoring™ provides identity protection
by requiring creditors to verify your identity before opening a new account.
A company might provide identity protection services to you as a benefit, or
after a data breach. Your option to enroll at any time during your
coverage will include the option to set fraud alerts on your account.*

AllClear Fraud Alerts with Credit Monitoring™

Fraud alerts are an effective preventative measure designed to stop thieves from opening new accounts using stolen Social Security numbers and they provide protection across all three credit bureaus. When a fraud alert is in place, creditors are required by Federal law to take extra precautions to verify the identity of the person applying for credit prior to opening a new account or approving a loan.

AllClear ID makes it easy for you to set, renew, and remove a 90-day fraud alert on your TransUnion credit file at no cost over and above the cost of credit monitoring. And, it’s seamlessly integrated into the AllClear ID online customer portal, which makes it easy for you to manage your fraud alerts.

AllClear Fraud Alerts with Credit Monitoring™ includes:

  • Fraud Alerts: To help prevent stolen Social Security numbers being used to open new accounts
  • Protection at the three national credit bureaus: Starting with the ability to request, renew, and remove a 90-day fraud alert through TransUnion. TransUnion will relay the request to set the fraud alert to Experian and Equifax, and AllClear will send a reminder email when it is time to reset the fraud alert.
  • Credit Monitoring: To detect creditors that ignore the fraud alert law. Available with single or triple bureau option.
  • Annual TransUnion credit report and VantageScore 3.0: For added visibility into your credit file
  • Identity Theft Monitoring: This service operates in partnership with the National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance (NCFTA), which runs a global clearinghouse for stolen credentials. Federal law enforcement agencies, other government agencies, businesses, and academia find compromised consumer data through research and fraud prevention work and report the information to the NCFTA. When we receive compromised data from the NCFTA that matches yours, we alert you.
  • Fast and Secure Phone Alerts: Our exclusive, patented2 alert technology keeps you informed of how your identity is being used. Your secure Voice Key also confirms that calls from AllClear ID are legitimate—not a phone scam or potential thief.
  • Identity Repair: You automatically get access to our identity repair services, and if you become a victim of identity theft, a dedicated investigator will help repair your identity.
  • Lost Wallet Protection: AllClear Investigators help cancel and replace your credit and debit cards if your wallet is lost or stolen.
  • $1 Million in Identity Theft Insurance Coverage: Provides reimbursement of certain fees, lost wages, and fraud losses related to identity recovery. There is no deductible for this insurance.
  • ChildScan Monitoring is available for those under 18. Databases are scanned to detect unauthorized use of a child’s Social Security number. In the event of fraud, the parent or guardian receives an alert, and an AllClear Investigator will conduct a full inquiry and help repair the child’s identity.

How to Enroll in Identity Protection Services

Enrollment is required to use Identity Protection Services, and you must provide your personal information to AllClear ID to enroll.

  1. Check your notification letter, flyer, or email for enrollment instructions.
  2. Go to the website or call the phone number specified in your notification to complete the enrollment process using your redemption code.
  3. After enrollment is complete, additional steps are required to activate your alerts.

There is no deadline to enroll, but services are valid only during your coverage period.

Renewing Identity Protection Services:

About 1 month before your service expires, you will receive an email or phone call from AllClear ID asking if you wish to renew. If you choose to continue your services after the original coverage period has expired, you will be asked to enter payment information.

Who is the NCFTA?

Formed as a nonprofit by the FBI in the early 2000s, the organization allows field agents and other investigators to sit alongside analysts from banks and other companies to identify cyberthreats.3

AllClear Identity Theft Monitoring

AllClear Identity Theft Monitoring is a service that operates in partnership with the National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance (NCFTA), which runs a global clearinghouse for stolen credentials. Federal law enforcement agencies, other government agencies, businesses, and academia find compromised consumer data through research and fraud prevention work and report the information to the NCFTA. When we receive compromised data from the NCFTA that matches yours, we alert you.

AllClear Identity Theft Monitoring includes:

  • Identity Repair: Because Identity Repair is so important, we include it with all of our services. If you become a victim of identity theft, a dedicated investigator will help repair your identity.
  • $1 Million in Identity Theft Insurance Coverage: Provides reimbursement of certain fees, lost wages, and fraud losses related to identity recovery. There is no deductible for this insurance.

Who is the NCFTA?

Formed as a nonprofit by the FBI in the early 2000s, the organization allows field agents and other investigators to sit alongside analysts from banks and other companies to identify cyberthreats.3

AllClear Identity Theft Monitoring

AllClear Identity Theft Monitoring is a service that operates in partnership with the National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance (NCFTA), which runs a global clearinghouse for stolen credentials. Federal law enforcement agencies, other government agencies, businesses, and academia find compromised consumer data through research and fraud prevention work and report the information to the NCFTA. When we receive compromised data from the NCFTA that matches yours, we alert you.

AllClear Identity Theft Monitoring includes:

  • Identity Repair: Because Identity Repair is so important, we include it with all of our services. If you become a victim of identity theft, a dedicated investigator will help repair your identity.
  • $1 Million in Identity Theft Insurance Coverage: Provides reimbursement of certain fees, lost wages, and fraud losses related to identity recovery. There is no deductible for this insurance.

How do I know if I have access to monitoring services?

If an organization gives you Identity Theft Monitoring, Credit Monitoring, or both, you will receive a letter or email notification with information about how to enroll. Here are examples of what these communications might look like:

Does your notification give you the option of enrolling in one of our monitoring services?

*Enrollment required.
1May include Single or Triple Bureau Option. Triple Bureau Option requires activation and acceptance of the AllClear ID alert filtering policy.
2U.S. Patent No. 7,983,979
3Private-Public Collaboration Puts Pittsburgh at Fore of Cybercrime Fight,” Wall Street Journal, August 13, 2015.