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Identity Recovery Coverage

Identity (ID) theft happens when someone steals your personal information to commit fraud. The identity thief may use your information to apply for credit, file taxes, or get medical services. These acts can damage your credit status and cost you time and money to restore your good name.

With our ID theft restoration coverage, you get access to world-class, fully managed identity restoration services:

  • Repair your good name in the event of theft or fraud.

  • Receive 1-on-1 care from a U.S.-based Certified Resolution Specialist who fully manages your restoration.

  • Never feel isolated or ignored as a victim of ID theft. You’ll have a direct line to your dedicated restoration specialist until your case closed.

  • You'll be walked through each recovery step and updated as needed.

  • Your representative will even pre-fill forms and letters for you.

  • Only 16.8% of identity theft cases are resolved in under 6 months. With our assistance, you benefit from a faster resolution process and avoid costly mistakes.

 We help you get back to living your life.

Identity Theft Statistics

From the National Council on Identity Theft Protection

  • Identity Theft and Fraud Costs Totaled $5.8 billion

  • Nearly half of all U.S. citizens became a victim of some form of identity theft in 2020.

  • In 2021, there were 5.7 million reports of identity theft and fraud, up from 4.7 million in 2020.

  • With a $500 median loss, the cost to victims is growing as we become more digitally dependent.

  • The average money lost in identity theft has nearly doubled since back in 2019. 

  • There is an Identity Theft Case Every 22 Seconds.

  • The number of identity theft scenarios in the U.S. is nearly 3 times higher than in other countries.

  • Credit card fraud is the most commonly attempted identity theft.

  • Synthetic identity theft is making it more difficult for individuals to protect themselves.

  • People who like posting things online frequently are usually at a higher risk of identity theft.