Monitoring Your Credit After the Equifax Hack

“Flag it, freeze it or lock it” is the center of discussion about how to protect yourself in the aftermath of the Equifax breach. But it starts with monitoring your credit. If you’re not watching your reports and scores, you should start immediately!


 ScoreSense® provides unlimited access to all three credit scores, reports and monthly updates from Experian, TransUnion and Equifax in one convenient place. This makes it easy for you to check for unauthorized activity that could indicate misuse of your personal information – and stay informed about exactly where you stand and why.

ScoreSense monitors your credit report, every day, for suspicious activity. When a key change occurs that raises a red flag, you’ll get a ScoreSense email alert. You’ll find out exactly what happened, what it means, and possible next steps to take to protect your credit. Then, if you suspect identity theft, it’s time to consider a Fraud Alert, Security Freeze or Credit Lock.

With ScoreSense, you can talk one on one with a Credit Specialist whenever you call. Your Credit Specialist can talk you through the differences between a Fraud Alert, Security Freeze and Credit Lock, and discuss the steps you can take to protect your credit.

ScoreSense covers you with up to $1,000,000 in Identity Theft Insurance. We’re here to help you defend against possible fraud and identity theft – and offset the cost of restoring your credit and good name.

Today, more than ever, the cost of leaving any of your information “unmonitored” is simply too high. Before you flag it, freeze it or lock it, get better equipped to protect it from hackers for years to come with ScoreSense.


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