Protect youself against online identity fraud with IdentityProtect

Do you worry about online identity fraud?

I spend more than half my life on the internet and I have my details all over the place. I think about this from time to time and I do worry that someone may try to steal my identity. So many of my friends have been hacked and I have had a few attempts on my blog too.

One good friend of mine lost several thousand pound from her bank account threough identity fraud online and never got to the bottom of it. It took forever to sort out, she had to change all her passwords and details and the stress was huge! It really upset her and she feels totally paranoid now about this happening again.

Cybercriminals are constantly scouring the web for people’s personal information.

If you think it can’t happen to you or most probably won’t. Check out these facts they are scary…

 4 million people in the UK have been victims of identity fraud. 4 million. Blimey! The average cost of these incidents to each victim is £1,190 It takes an average of 444 days to discover that they’ve been a victim. What a nightmare!

IdentityProtect form Experian has been invented to stop this.

Basically IdentityProtect  is a bot that scans the web 24/7 and alerts you instantly if your personal information is at risk of being illegally shared, stolen or sold online. The ID bot alerts you immediately if your information is in the wrong hands so you can do something about it.

It can take away all the worry of identity theft and fraud and keeps you safe.

I think it sounds fabulous!

You can find lots more about the People’s ID Bot over at their  facebook page and lots more about identity theft and fraud. Well worth a visit.
Everyone is entitled to a 30 day free trial and then it costs £3.99 a month so I would definitely say give the free trial a go!

I have 10 years long subscriptions to the service to give away to the first ten of you to tell me in comments below that you would like one!

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  1. angie greensmith
    June 11, 2014 / 9:46 am

    The world is now a scary place I wonder what lies ahead for my 11yr old and my 6mths old grandson. When I was younger the world was so different safer. Things did happen but nothing like today.

    A worried mother/grandma

  2. June 11, 2014 / 10:54 am

    Great idea! Thanks for sharing xx

  3. June 11, 2014 / 11:52 am

    My card was cloned once and it was awful! They emptied my account overnight and none of my bills were paid! So stressful getting it all sorted out again! This sounds like an amazing scheme – better safe than sorry!
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  4. June 11, 2014 / 12:23 pm

    Oooo this looks like a handy thing – I’d love one! *waves like a freak*
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  5. June 11, 2014 / 4:35 pm

    Reading this really scared me. 4 million get hacked? That’s a huge amount. Yes please, I would love to protect my identity – I have myself all over social media, but the main reason I need to is that I am a trained psychotherapist and need to keep my identity safe. I did a search on myself once and was horrid to discover that there is only one of me with my name in the UK! X
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  6. June 11, 2014 / 7:29 pm

    I must admit that identity fraud does worry me especially with spending so much time online. The Identity Bot sounds like a great idea.
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  7. June 11, 2014 / 8:22 pm

    Sounds good to me… It’s a lot more prevalent than people think it is…
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  8. June 11, 2014 / 8:46 pm

    I would love one. This is like getting out wills updated… it is on the list of things to do but I never quite get arond to it.

    I can see me kicking myself one day when theh worst happens to me

  9. Tired Mummy of Two
    June 11, 2014 / 11:51 pm

    what a fabulous bit of technology! I have never really worried about my personal details online although I am a bit slack about that everywhere to be honest and this has really made me think that maybe i need to change a few things

  10. otilia
    June 12, 2014 / 6:00 am

    I would love one for me or my husband! I am with experian already so will be great!
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  11. June 12, 2014 / 10:51 am

    This is so important. My friend was a victim of identity fraud and those criminals furnished a complete house with her hard earned money.
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