Tuesday, May 6, 2008

LifeLock - Could it happen to you?

Do you ever listen to Rush Limbaugh? I like his radio show, and it's not because I'm old; I have always liked it. Anyway his show was about having your identity stolen online. The website he sent me to was Lifelock.com. The very first thing you see is the CEO showing you his real social security number. They are so confident that your identity won't be stolen if you join their company that they guarantee it up to a million dollars. They are even sponsored by the BBB and have 5 stars with Consumer Reviews.
So what do you think? Can it happen to you? They charge $10 a month for their service. If you order now with this code RD17 you save $11 per year. The first 30 days are FREE, so I am going to try it. My ex did a lot of crazy stuff when we sparated and used my SS# to the point that I had to go to the Social Security office and have a flag put on my number, which made my life one big hassle.
The value of LifeLock sounds great. They also have something called Wallet Lock that is included in your monthly charge, for people who lose their wallet or have it stolen.They help you replece your liscense, passport, visa, checkbook, everything but cash and pictures.
Does anyone already use this service? If so, please let me know if it worked for you.


JeremyDuffy said...

I haven't used lifelock, I won't use them, and I recommend others don't either.

They offer almost nothing for the money you spend and, most importantly, they don't PREVENT ID Theft.

A credit freeze is the only way to currently prevent ID theft in the first place and it is far, far cheaper anyway.

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