Identity Theft Protection | ABC Bank

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Identity Theft Protection

You’ve never had more tools to prevent and respond to identity theft – or to restore reputations and peace of mind. Deluxe Provent is brought to you by EZShield®, a leader in identity theft protection services. It includes a complete suite of identity theft solutions, providing affordable and simple services that help shield a consumer’s identity on many different fronts. The service options extend well beyond credit monitoring to address the entire spectrum of identity fraud sources, including:

  • Online Hacking
  • Mail Fraud
  • Credit Cards
  • Public Records
  • …and more!

Identity thieves don’t wait to act. You shouldn't either.

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Identity Protection Checklist

DETER identity thieves by safeguarding your information.

• Shred personal financial documents and paperwork.
• Protect your Social Security number.
• Don’t give out personal information on the phone, through the mail, or over the internet.
• Never click on links sent in unsolicited emails.
• Don’t use an obvious password and change your passwords frequently.
• Keep your personal information in a secure place.

DETECT suspicious activity by monitoring your financial accounts & billing statements.

Be alert to signs that require immediate attention:

• Bills that do not arrive as expected
• Unexpected credit cards or account statements
• Denials of credit for no apparent reason
• Calls or letters about purchases you did not make
• Charges on your financial statements that you don’t recognize

Inspect:

• Your credit reports and accounts regularly.

DEFEND against ID theft as soon as you suspect it.

• Place a “Fraud Alert” on your credit reports, and review the reports carefully.
• Contact the company’s fraud department if an account was opened or changed without your permission.
• File a police report.
• Report the theft to the Federal Trade Commission.

Click on the Fraud Education Center link on the right hand side of this page for other helpful information!