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We live in a complicated technology culture today. Access to personal information can be obtained with a click of a button in the middle of the night by most anyone. I encourage us all to be cautious with our trust when sharing our personal or business information today. Education is the best way to minimize your exposure to a compromise of information. We provide that for education, so you can share it with others.
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Laurie VanderWal, Owner
"Peace of Mind
Comes With A Plan"
What you should know when you are notified your data has been compromised!
1. Check your credit reports immediately for any activity and/or accounts that don't belong to you. This includes your employment and address history. See our resource page for more information.
2. The business who compromised your information will likely offer a "free" credit monitoring service to assist you should anything bad happen to you as a result of their breach.
Consider the following prior to enrolling in a "free" credit monitoring service.
Specific to the Equifax breach...The company has already compromised your data, I highly recommend you consider declining the use of the internal "free" product for credit monitoring from Equifax and choose another service.
Click here for details on our identity theft protection and scroll to ID Shield membership.