Identity Theft Law

Identity theft law defines an identity theft crime as a situation in which a person steals the identity of another person and uses financial information, including credit cards and social security numbers fraudulently. An identity theft crime is a common and growing problem that affects nearly ten million people in the United States each year.

Criminals use a variety of high tech and low-tech methods for stealing identity information from their victims. Often, identity theft involves stealing social security numbers, credit card numbers, bank account numbers, and other financial information. The information can be acquired by stealing it from you physically or through online fraud.

Criminal identity theft can have devastating effects on the identity theft victim. People have been denied mortgages, car loans, and even employment, due to a plummeting credit rating after identity theft. IdentityEdge provides comprehensive protection plans that include identity theft check to monitor and watch for signs of theft or compromised financial information. The best solution is to identify problems early to minimize the negative impact on your financial health.

In addition, we offer complete identity theft restoration services to restore your identity and repair credit issues stemming from criminal identity theft. Our team includes certified specialists to handle fraud inquires and we work with our members to repair identity issues and credit problems in the event that often result from identity theft.

Browse our website to learn more about the components of our identity theft protection plans. Our members enjoy a variety of services for identity shield theft prevention, such as CyberEdge surveillance, SSNEdge to protect your social security number, EdgeAlerts, a $1 million dollar identity theft insurance policy and more. Choose the plan that best fits your needs and become protected today.

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