Our Identity Management and Protection Products
This service offers assistance on a group basis to those individuals who have had their personal information fraudulently used by identity thieves.
So who are typical purchasers of the WRAP™? Employee Benefit Companies, Affinity Groups, Unions, Trade Associations, Insurance Companies, Educational Institutions, Medical Groups…..the list goes on. In fact, any large group in any industry sector that is looking to embed a very affordable Identity Theft service within their offering.
Experienced fraud resolution specialists can help resolve financial identity theft, criminal identity theft, and medical identity theft. Members who are victimized by identity fraud will interact with one fraud specialist who knows the details of the case and who manages the case from beginning through final resolution.
The Fraud Specialist works with all creditors, agencies, law enforcement, professional associations, credit reporting agencies and collection companies. The Fraud Specialist also works with the victim when necessary, to place fraud alerts, credit freezes and suppressions with the three credit bureaus.
Our PIP™ product is a comprehensive suite of pro active monitoring tools including Triple Bureau Credit Monitoring, Cyber Surveillance of PII including bank accounts-credit cards- medical insurance, Social Security Number Trace, Adress Change etc. It also includes all of the elements of our WRAP™ repair and restoration program.
Designed to provide a deeply discounted price alternative to similar products in the market that cost around $300 per year, PIP™ is priced at just $108 per person per year!
I am writing concerning one of your fraud advocates who has been exceptionally responsive and helpful in dealing with our ID Fraud issues.
Recently she spent an hour and a half on the phone with my credit card company and myself resolving an issue that if not solved would have prevented me from leasing a car that was due to be signed for on the next day.
Every interaction with her has been characterized by efficiency courtesy and cheerfulness.
J. H. Einstein
Check out some Hot Topics..........
Tax Season and Identity Fraud....
Tax season is upon us and Identity Fraud is rife. We need to understand signs we may be a victim of fraudulent filings using our information and look at ways we can help avoid becoming a victim.
Click on the picture at left to take a look at our infographic on this issue.....
Phishing..... So Common, So dangerous....
You know those emails, they look like they come from friends or recognized businesses but in reality they are a scam. Intended to entice us into opening and responding we then run the risk of providing personal information to identity thieves and fraudsters who wish us harm.
Click the picture on the left to take a look at our infographic on this issue......
Student Identity Theft is very real...
Take a look at our brief animated video which highlights the problems facing Universities and Colleges as they look to make their students safer.
Click on the picture at left to watch it....
Ransomeware.... Data Pirates Move Down The Food Chain
It used to be that it was only big companies and institutions that were targets of Ransomeware. That's no longer the case.
You flip open your lap top or login to your network and see the dreaded words "ACCESS DENIED".
What happens next? Click on the pic to read more.....
Our Client was unable to file taxes electronically. You guys contacted the electronic filer and the IRS where it was determined that someone else did file and obtain a refund under our client’s Social Security Number. Your help in completing all appropriate paperwork including the affidavit of fraud for the IRS and assisting in contacting the IRS Identity Protection Specialized Unit was invaluable. This is complicated stuff and our client wants to pass on their thanks!
One Beacon Insurance Services
Better Security Starts With The Basics.... Passwords!
The simplest way to start to protect ourselves on and off line is by our use of passwords. Changing them regularly and not using the same password multiple times is a great basic prevention tool.
As you'll see from the infographic from a survey conucted in 2015, we're a long way from understanding the dangers of complacency with respect to passwords.
Take a look at the Top 20 passwords by clicking on the pic.