Ensure you remain one and only; JSI keeps your identity intact

Identity theft happens when cybercriminals steal your personal information -- such as your name or social security number -- to obtain services, credit, or merchandise. If worst comes to worst, they could even leave you with a criminal record or outstanding arrest warrants.

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No matter your age group or civil status, you’re always at risk

Why are kids and teens defenseless to identity theft?

  • Kids and teens have a spotless credit record, which means thieves can easily open new accounts, and charge products or services under their name.
  • Proud parents are likely to share too much of their kids’ and teens’ accomplishments and private details to virtually anybody.
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Why are millennials defenseless to identity theft?

  • Millennials grew up online and have a habit of oversharing on social media, even their sensitive information.
  • This age group openly accepts 'friend requests' from strangers lurking to retrieve their private details.
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Why are recently divorced couples defenseless to identity theft?

  • Recently divorced individuals will get back into the dating scene and accidentally share personal information.
  • Divorcees' recent separation could mean weakened online defenses as an ex-partner could still have access to secure web accounts.
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Why are newlyweds defenseless to identity theft?

  • Newlyweds will begin merging their finances online, which means more exposure of their private info on the web.
  • Being newly married, this couple will likely post details about their wedding and honeymoon, which could jeopardize their privacy.
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Why are new parents defenseless to identity theft?

  • Excited new parents will inform their friends and family on social media about the new addition to their family, unwittingly giving thieves key family information.
  • Exhausted moms and dads aren't likely to pay as much attention to security passwords and software as they did before.
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Why are new homeowners defenseless to identity theft?

  • New homeowners will most likely release their new address to friends and relatives, which thieves can seamlessly retrieve.
  • Buying things online for their new home could lead to more exposure of their private details.
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    Credit card theft

    When purchasing online, criminals lurk to steal your credit card details.

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    Unsecure websites

    Thieves lurk in unsecure sites and linger there until you make a transaction and reveal your private info.

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    Phishing

    Online scammers can pose as a legitimate entity, requiring you to disclose personal details.

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    Hacking

    Cybercriminals can hack banks and retail chains to steal your bank and credit card information.

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    Shoulder surfing

    When using an ATM machine, someone might be looking over your shoulder and copying your private data.

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    Skimming

    Scammers set up devices in ATM machines or on credit card readers that can copy your PIN.

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    Fraudulent credit reports

    Fraudsters who want to get a copy of your credit report can pretend to be your landlord or employer.

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    Pretexting

    Cyberthieves call your employer or banks, deceiving them into sharing your personal info.

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    Dumpster Diving

    Your discarded junk mail could be looted for sensitive info like bank account numbers.

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    Mail theft

    The statements filled with complete information in your physical mailbox is a treasure box for these felons.

Cybercriminals will sell your private details to underground
markets where other like-minded felons would use it to:

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File fraudulent tax returns, apply loans, commit identity fraud, etc.

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Make unauthorized purchases online

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Launch spam or phishing attacks

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Buy prescription medicine or make fraudulent insurance claims

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Use info for extortion or blackmail, hacktivism, etc.

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Transfer money, create counterfeit cards, or pay bills

With JSI Guardian, you and your family’s identity is kept under lock and key

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Cybermonitoring

Our state-of-the-art systems scan over 600,000 webpages to identify suspicious activity

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Comprehensive identity restoration

Our team goes above and beyond to restore your credit, and clear your name with all parties involved

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Identity theft insurance

Your identity is insured for up to $1 million with 0% deductible, which covers all fees to restore your identity

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