Managed Identity Recovery
Managed Identity Recovery with unlimited victim assistance for the individual/family* and limited assistance for the business identity.
Benefits to employees
Peace of mind – 1 in 4 people have experienced identity theft and the number is growing. People appreciate knowing that they have a solution to this problem should it arise for themselves or one of their family members.
Save money – Employees do not have to purchase this service individually at retail prices. The modest cost is a tax deductible expense of the employer for income tax purposes and is excludable from the employees’ taxable income since it is classified as a de minimis fringe benefit for income tax purposes.
Save time and stress – It can take an individual a considerable amount of time and expense to recover an identity over weeks, months, or sometimes years. Our professionals know exactly who to call and what to say to restore an identity back to normal in a timely manner.
Benefits to business owners
Low cost – $99 for businesses with up to 3 employees or $49 + $15/person per year. Typical ID recovery services are $100-$300/person per year.
Productivity protection – An employee preoccupied with attempting to recover his or her identity without professional help can affect your bottom line.
Help if your business identity is compromised.
With Managed Identity Recovery you will receive
Unlimited victim assistance for all owners, employees and their family members*.
Educational resources on security practices, including tips for employees on how they can create better passwords and avoid phishing scams.
Limited assistance with business identity recovery in the event your business’s identity experiences fraud.
Unlimited Toll-Free Access (24/7)
Whether you have questions about fraud or indeed become a victim, call the Identity Fraud, Inc. toll-free number provided to you upon enrollment. Fair Credit Reporting Act Certified and professional staff will be available to address your specific needs with immediate feedback and action.
Dedicated Case Specialist(s)
Each victim is provided one primary and one secondary (backup) specialist that will work on your fraud crisis, from beginning-to-end, from simple-to-complex.
Case File Creation
Every identity theft case is unique, just like your identity. Identity Fraud, Inc. creates a specific resolution case file and road map to address your crisis.
Limited Power of Attorney (Optional)
You may sign a Limited Power of Attorney that grants Identity Fraud, Inc. limited authority to resolve your identity crisis on your behalf. More direct resolution by experts can save additional time and money.
Specific details relating to your identity theft are compiled and seamlessly integrated into resolution efforts and communicated to pertinent organizations.
Action to Stop Fraud
Identity Fraud, Inc. specialists help to stop fraud by immediately identifying and contacting creditors, credit bureaus, financial institutions, government agencies, and related third parties to signal your victim status, prevent new fraudulent accounts from being opened, close affected accounts, and open new legitimate replacement accounts.
Verbal and Written Credit Bureau Fraud Alerts
Specialists provide assistance in establishing fraud alerts with the three major credit bureaus, both short-term verbal alerts and longer-term alerts supported via written documentation.
Victims of fraud are usually required to document and attest to their victim status prior to any third party investigation and resolution. Staff incorporates essential relevant details and facts into affidavits for tailored communication to each affected creditor or institution.
Supplemental Police Report
Because law enforcement is often burdened with a lack of time and resources, staff prepares a proprietary supplemental police report to save time and ensure your police report contains the relevant details needed for effective resolution.
Case Follow-Up: Two Year
Follow-up helps to ensure resolution is complete, yet it may uncover recurring fraud that strikes again.
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* Family is defined as an employee’s spouse or significant other and dependent children up to the age of 25 and while living in the household. Full retroactive coverage is provided except for known occurrences. Service is provided except in the event of a data breach at the business.