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Identity Theft Insurance

It's a reality in the modern online age: your good name is worth money. High-tech fraudsters can steal your identity — including your name, photo, bank account security numbers and credit cards — and do a lot of damage, very quickly. BrokerLink will help you find identity theft insurance to protect you, your company and your household.

Our brokers understand the ins and outs of identity theft. We'll review your personal risk factors and do the comparison shopping for you. Our competitive quotes mean you're getting the most comprehensive protection from identity theft at the best price possible.

Protect yourself. Talk to your local broker to learn more about identity theft insurance and get a free quote.

Frequently asked questions on Identity Theft:

What is the most common type of identity theft?

Financial identity theft is the most common form of identity theft. This involves someone taking your personal information, such as a credit card or bank account and using it for their own gain without your permission. There has been a significant increase in this kind of identity theft in recent years.

How can I find out if someone is using my identity?

To determine if someone has stolen your identity, you can run free credit reports. You can also looks closely at credit card and bank statement to find unusual charges. Many banks today also offer a service that alerts you about suspected fraud issues. This is worth considering.

What should you do if your identity is stolen?

Contact your bank or credit card company immediately to let them know that your identity has been stolen. You'll also need to notify the authorities about the situation. An investigation might take place in order to find the culprit.


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