Identity theft is more than an annoyance. It is a serious crime that can cause significant damage to your credit score, credit report, and financial life. Some individuals have struggled for years due to the effects of identity theft. PrivacyGuard's identity theft coverage can help ease the stress and financial strain during these rough times.
Identity theft coverage is insurance to help protect you from the damaging and potentially lasting effects of identity theft. PrivacyGuard offers an identity theft insurance policy of up to $1,000,000.* This coverage can be used for a variety of needs, including certain legal costs, unauthorized fund transfers and other eligible expenses associated with restoring your identity. PrivacyGuard's identity theft coverage is designed to help cover your claim and get you back on your feet quickly.
But PrivacyGuard doesn't stop there. The PrivacyGuard identity theft support team is there to help you every step of the way. From helping to contact creditors to assisting with the necessary paperwork, your dedicated PrivacyGuard caseworker will provide the step-by-step assistance you need to help you restore your good name.
As a PrivacyGuard customer, you'll enjoy a comprehensive service that not only helps to protect your identity and credit, but also your assets should your identity fall into the wrong hands. Best of all, you can try all the services of PrivacyGuard right now. Sign up today, and experience all the peace of mind that a PrivacyGuard membership can provide.
*Your VantageScore credit score(s) are provided by VantageScore Solutions LLC. The VantageScore model, with scores ranging from 300 to 850, was developed jointly by the three major national credit reporting agencies - Experian®, TransUnion®, and Equifax®. The version of VantageScore provided here is used by some, but not all, lenders. Your score(s) may not be identical or similar to scores received directly from those agencies, from other sources, or from your lender.
*Your liability for unauthorized use of your credit, debit, and ATM cards is limited under federal law. In addition, your card issuer's liability policy may provide for lesser liability amounts that under federal law. Consult your card issuer's terms and conditions for specific details. The policy of many card issuers is not to hold cardholders liable.
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The federal Fair Credit Billing Act gives you the right to dispute billing errors, such as unauthorized charges, on your credit card by notifying your credit card company in writing within 60 days after the first bill containing the error was sent to you. The credit card company must resolve the dispute within two billing cycles (not to exceed 90 days) after receiving your notification. You may withhold payment on the disputed amount (and related charges) during the investigation. You must pay the amount not in dispute. You will be informed in writing whether your bill is correct or contains an error. If your bill contains an error, it will be corrected.