When it comes to your identity, it's usually a good idea to stay informed and aware. Identity theft protection helps you take better control of your personal and financial information. With AARP® Identity Theft Protection from TrustedID®, you can help better protect yourself and your loved ones with over a dozen identity theft protection features and important credit information.
On a daily basis, you can share and access numerous pieces of personal and financial information. TrustedID provides exclusive identity theft protection for AARP members, that helps you take better control over your sensitive information. And if your information does get into the wrong hands, TrustedID is here to help you respond quickly and effectively. AARP Identity Theft Protection from TrustedID is available for both individuals and families.
Your identity is more than your name and credit card number. TrustedID helps you better protect many aspects of your identity with:
Your identity should be just that -- YOURS. AARP Identity Theft Protection from TrustedID helps you better ensure that the only one benefitting from your good name and credit is you.
AARP® Identity Theft Protection from TrustedID, an Equifax Company is provided by TrustedID, not AARP or its affiliates. TrustedID pays a royalty fee to AARP for the use of its intellectual property. These fees are used for the general purposes of AARP. AARP does not employ or endorse TrustedID associates.
1Credit monitoring from Experian and Transunion will take several days to begin
2The credit scores provided under the offers described here use the Equifax Credit Score, which is a proprietary credit model developed by Equifax. The Equifax Credit Score and 3-bureau scores are each based on the Equifax Credit Score model, but calculated using the information in your Equifax, Experian and TransUnion credit files. The Equifax Credit Score is intended for your own educational use. It is also commercially available to third parties along with numerous other credit scores and models in the marketplace. Please keep in mind third parties are likely to use a different score when evaluating your creditworthiness. Also, third parties will take into consideration items other than your credit score or information found in your credit file, such as your income.
3The Identity Threat Score gauges one aspect of risk (low, moderate or high) for identity theft by taking into consideration what personal information is publicly available, where it was found, and the quantity of personal information found. TrustedID examines online sources to locate what personal information is publicly available and how that information can be used to create specific combinations of personal information that can be used to piece together an identity. Our analysis is only an indication that you may be at a higher risk of identity thieves piecing your information together and using your identity for their own gain. If we find information indicating your identity may be at risk, we'll share the frequency and source, and we'll recommend a minimum set of actions that you should consider taking to help keep your identity safe.
4Identity Monitoring attempts to search Internet sites to find the consumer's personal information on the Internet. However, there is no guarantee that Identity Monitoring is able to locate and search every possible internet site where consumers' personal information is being displayed or that the information may not be re-introduced. In addition, certain data companies may not honor requests sent regarding removal.
5Identity theft insurance underwritten by subsidiaries or affiliates of American International Group Inc. The description herein is a summary and intended for informational purposes only and does not include all terms, conditions and exclusions of the policies described. Please refer to the actual policies for terms, conditions and exclusions of coverage. Coverage may not be available in all jurisdictions.