Do you protect your good name and your credit from criminal elements?
What would happen right now if someone tried to get a loan or a credit
card in your name?
Has anyone ever tried to impersonate you to gain access to your private
These are questions we all should be asking, and it doesn’t matter
where in the world we live or which place we call home.
thieves are thick and rich because we are too trusting of a credit and
banking system that too easily allows the bad elements to rip us off.
Restoring our good name after an identity theft can take a lot of time
and effort to make things right again and, unfortunately, many of the
banks and credit reporting agencies treat you as the criminal instead
of the actual criminal when an identity theft occurs.
What can you do about it?
Debix is an identity protection service that I have been using for six
I am not being paid for this review and there is no link to
Debix in this review. If what I say interests you, Debix is easy
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The Debix solution — for $99.00 USD a year — is one of the many
protections I now have in place to protect my good name and my identity
and my credit worthiness.
Debix — like no other identity theft solution out there — cuts off
the bad guys before they can even start to rip you off by denying their
false credit application in your name during the approval stage.
When Debix automatically sets a fraud alert on your behalf with all of
the credit agencies every three months, the bad guys have a much harder
time impersonating you to get money in your name.
Here’s how Debix compares with other identity theft prevention
I like most about Debix is that the buy guys are cut off right at the
application stage. Most identity thefts are discovered only after the
credit has been provided and then the real person must go back and
cancel out those fraudulently acquired loans and credit cards. It’s a
With Debix, you directly approve or deny any and all credit taken out
in your name.
Debix was hired by the State of Connecticut
to protect its citizens and employees after one of their laptops was
stolen: Over 400,000 names and identification bits were on that
laptop! If Debix is good enough for Connecticut, it’s good enough for
Do you worry about identity theft?
If you do not live in the USA, what sort of native protections do you
have in place to try to prevent identity theft?
Does your government
protect you, or must you seek third party protection like Debix? What
steps have you taken to preserve your good name and credit record?