Identity management services
to protect your good name.

"Identity theft has become the third certainty in life, right behind death and taxes."

—Adam Levin, Author of the book Swiped: What Identity Thieves Do and How to Stop Them, is a longtime advocate and identity fraud expert, former director of the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs, Chairman and Founder of CyberScout, and Chairman and Co-founder of Credit.com.

Identity Management Services

Tips, risk-reduction strategies, privacy management, and unlimited 24/7 restoration support to help fight identity theft and fraud

Fraud & Credit Monitoring

Alerts warn you of potential fraud, enabling quick restoration and minimizing damage



Cyber Internet Surveillance

On a daily basis, chat rooms and websites will be monitored for your PII (name, SSN, email, telephone number, credit/debit cards)


Document Replacement

In the event your personal documents are compromised, a fraud specialist will provide guidance in replacing lost, stolen or destroyed documents and identification, including missing passports, credit cards, drivers' licenses, Social Security, and Medicare cards

Restoration Center

Unlimited phone access to experienced fraud specialists to answer questions and walk you step-by-step through the identity restoration process

Knowledge Center

Visit our Knowledge Center for daily alerts on the latest scams and access to a vast library of valuable resources, tips and information

Your identity is at risk.

"Guard your identity and guard it well. Remember that 80% of Social Security numbers are already compromised."

—Richard Clarke, former National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection, and Counter-terrorism for the United States


According to the Federal Trade Commission, forms of identity theft include:

  • Financial ID Fraud
    Protect current and future credit from unauthorized account activity, account takeovers, and financial accounts being opened in your name.
  • Medical ID Theft
    According to EY Research, the black market value of a medical record has spiked from $50 in 2014 to $700 in 2015. Thieves may use your name or health insurance information to obtain medical care, get prescription drugs, or submit claims. If the thief's health information is mixed with yours, your treatment, insurance and payment records, and credit report may be affected.
  • Tax ID Theft
    An identity thief may use your Social Security number (SSN) to file for and collect your tax refund before you do. Then, when you file your legitimate return, IRS records will reject it as a duplicate.
  • Employment ID Theft
    If a thief uses your SSN to get a job, the employer reports his or her wages to the IRS using your SSN. When you file your tax return, the IRS will discover employer-reported wages from both you and the thief. You could be subject to an audit and other penalties to correct tax records.
  • Email & Social Media
    Scammers, hackers, and identity thieves are looking to steal your personal information – and your money. But there are steps you can take to protect yourself, like keeping your computer software up-to-date and giving out your personal information only when you have a good reason.
  • Child ID
    A child's SSN can be used by identity thieves to apply for government benefits, open bank and credit card accounts, apply for a loan or utility service, or rent a place to live. The perpetrator may be a family member, someone known by the family, or a stranger targeting children because of the length of time between the crime and its discovery.
Identity Theft Protection at All Stages of Life

While no company can guarantee your identity won't be stolen, taking the appropriate steps will greatly reduce your risk.

Don't wait until you're a victim. Sign up today.

*Family Identity Fraud Services include the member and up to three legal dependents 18 and over.

ID Sanctuary not available to residents of VT.

Frequently Asked Questions

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