Remember the good old days when identity theft was the stuff of spy novels and sci-fi movies? Not anymore. Just by slipping your debit card into the wrong ATM slot or making an online purchase with the wrong website, you could become a victim of identity theft. But you can keep your private information private with the help of identity theft protection.
Victims of identity theft spend countless hours trying to sort out the damage. Identity theft protection can help you catch fraud in its early stages through 24/7 monitoring of your personal and financial information. It can also help you act quickly to limit damage if your personal or financial information is stolen.
Identity theft protection, administered by Allstate, covers you and your eligible family members.
For a complete list of identity theft protection services available, visit Allstate or call 855-969-3373.
Things to Consider
When deciding whether to enroll in identity theft protection, be sure to consider the following:
Cost per paycheck. You’ll be able to see the cost per paycheck when you enroll through Benefits In-Site.
Your risk factors. While everyone has some degree of risk, some people are at greater risk than others. Have you used credit cards on unsecure websites? Do you make online purchases regularly? If you answered yes to either question, having identity theft protection could give you peace of mind.