Thieves want to steal your identity. Don’t let them get away with it!
Identity thieves steal mail, skim credit cards, hack into ATMs, and rummage through garbage in the search for their next victim. In the blink of an eye, criminals misuse bits and pieces of your personal information to obtain fraudulent credit and make unauthorized purchases. If you’re the victim, you need expert help…NOW!
Suspect Fraud, Need Identity Theft Assistance, Want to Protect Confidential Information? Just Call 909.889.0838
You and your household family members** have free, unlimited one-on-one access to a highly experienced fraud specialist at ID Guard, the nation’s leader in identity management and fraud education. Simply call us at (909) 889-0838 and we’ll transfer your call to an on-demand fraud specialist at Identity Theft 911®.
Your personal fraud specialist does the hard work for you and guides you through the resolution process — step-by step from start to finish — so you can move on with your life. With years of experience dealing with law enforcement, government agencies, creditors and credit bureaus, these fraud specialists determine your best course of action, cut through the red tape and handle all the hard work for you — so you don’t have to struggle on your own.
Yes It’s Free to 1st Valley Credit Union Members
There is no charge to use this service. No matter how often you obtain Identity Theft Resolution Services, this value-added benefit is absolutely free to our all 1st Valley CU Members that have a checking account. Since this is not an insurance product, obtaining free service does not require filing a claim.+
*ID Guard Service is free to all 1st Valley CU members that have a checking account.
**Identity Theft Resolution Services are available to a spouse and/or relative under 23 years old who lives in the household.
+Identity Theft Resolution Services are not insurance and do not reimburse for any financial losses.
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