Credit monitoring helps to keep you informed of how your personal data is being used. We'll alert you promptly if we notice certain changes in your credit file, and send you monthly2 updates on your credit score*.
Get Credit Alert monitoring alerts and current credit information when you're on the go, accessible in an easy to use mobile app3.
Credit Education Specialists can help you understand your credit reports, and the Identity Theft Recovery Unit is available to help in case you're a victim4.
Get access to a variety of tools and resources including financial calculators, sample dispute forms and letters, and more.
THE MOBILE APP
Keeping up with your credit monitoring is more convenient than ever — with a simple download, access account information when you're on-the-go, including push notification alerts.
Keeping up with your credit monitoring is more convenient than ever — with a simple download, access account information when you're on-the-go, including certain changes to your credit profile.
Keeping up with your credit monitoring is more convenient than ever — with a simple download, access account information when you're on-the-go, including new accounts or applications in your name.
Keeping up with your credit is more convenient than ever — with a simple download, access account information when you're on-the-go, including factors that may be affecting your credit score.
Our specialists are available to assist you Monday through Saturday, toll free. Whether you have certain questions about your credit report or need help understanding fraud issues, they can help you understand your credit report, walk you through some of the more complex credit or fraud issues, and help you understand how information is obtained and retained by credit reporting agencies.
Your allies. Look to our Fraud First Aid Kit and let our team assist you in restoring your credit, writing dispute letters, filling out appropriate forms, working with authorities and contacting reporting agencies.
Your resource. Call our specialists to learn more about your credit report, how credit reporting agencies obtain and retain your information and complex credit fraud issues.
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* The scores you receive with Credit Alert® are provided for educational purposes to help you understand your credit. Lenders use many different credit scoring systems, and the scores you receive with Credit Alert are not the same scores used by lenders to evaluate your credit.
1 As reported by the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre http://www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.ca/reports-rapports/2014/ann-ann-eng.htm#a1
2 Monthly credit scores are only included in Credit Alert Plus and Credit Alert Credit Management plans.
3 Only Credit Alert Plus members have access to the mobile app.
4 The Identity Theft Recovery Unit is only available for Credit Alert Plus and Credit Alert Identity Protection members.