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Identity Theft 911 signs First National Bank of Central Texas

07 May 2009  |  4283 views  |  0 Source: Identity Theft 911

Identity Theft 911, America's leading identity theft resolution and education services provider, announced its partnership with First National Bank of Central Texas, Waco, Texas.

As part of the partnership, account holders and their immediate household members receive:

  • The benefit of Identity Theft 911's "LifeStages" program for expert one-on-one resolution services and consultation from on-demand certified fraud specialists, plus credit and fraud monitoring tools, during various life events when consumers are particularly vulnerable to identity theft.
  • Assistance with placing fraud alerts, completing fraud affidavits, replacing documents and interfacing with police departments, creditors, collection agencies and credit rating bureaus.
  • Dedicated online access to Identity Theft 911's proactive educational material, including daily threat alerts, investigative articles, monthly newsletters, white papers and preventative tips.

Identity Theft 911's comprehensive identity theft resolution services are a free benefit to account holders.

 

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