Did you know that September is National Self-Improvement Month? I’m always up for a little self-help and constantly looking for ways to improve my life and well-being. With the start of a new school year comes new beginnings and a LOT of chaos. Couple that with mom trying to balance her blogging and work-at-home duties, there needs to be order. My desktop computer and laptop are quite literally my life-line to keep it all together but they also open up the potential for identity thieves.
Just the past couple of months alone have been flooded with news reports of security breaches from big retailers and major online sites as well as my email provider. The number of times I have changed passwords on accounts this year has increased immensely. It has been confusing and a bit scary. The threat is real and I try to be as proactive as I can in preventing any thieves from getting to my personal information. The last thing I need is added stress worrying about online predators. LifeLock Ultimate Plus Identity Theft Protection can give you the peace of mind you need.
LifeLock Ultimate Plus sends you alerts you if someone tries to open bank accounts with your personal information and looks for new account holders on existing accounts. LifeLock will alert you and let you know someone may be trying to take over your account. This is a common practice and has actually happened to me in the past, I was lucky to have caught it right away. Lifelock Ultimate Plus also searches music, photo, and data-sharing networks to make sure your personal and vital information has not been shared. These are just a few of the many benefits of LifeLock Ultimate Plus membership.
If you are looking to get organized this season and have the added benefit of reduced worry and prevention of identity theft, LifeLock could be a real asset to you. Visit the LifeLock Site to sign up or get more information.
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How organized are you this time of year? Have you had any experience with identity theft? Share your thoughts in the comments below!