Protect Your Identity
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Do not be the next identity theft victim who says
“oh, this will never happen to me”
Instead, we encourage you to be proactive today and start taking the proper precautions to protect what is yours.
There is an abundance of things you can be doing everyday to lessen the chance of a thief successfully taking your identity. Using strong and unique passwords for all of your online accounts is a good place to start.
You should also be checking your credit reports and bank/credit card accounts to look for suspicious activity that you know wasn’t you. If you come across anything out of the ordinary, it is important that you act on it right then and there! A big part of protecting your identity is learning the signs of scams and not falling for them.
Cybercriminals are getting smarter about how they go about scamming people out of money and more. Understanding how to recognize scam emails, texts, websites, etc. is essential to keeping your identity safe.
Split helps you proactively stay safe from these threats and many more. We offer tips and tricks on how to keep your identity secure online so that you don’t turn into the next identity theft victim.
Reasons Why You Should Choose Split®
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- Save money by getting better interest rates on credit cards
- Get better credit card offers with travel and purchase benefits
- Protect your identity by proactively monitoring your credit file
- Restore your identity and cash with our insurance and restoration services
Metrics And Trends
According to a Javelin Study conducted in March 2020, in 1 in every 22 people in the U.S. were victims of Identity Theft in 2018. While the number of victims went down from 2017 to 2018, the average amount of damages per person increased. Fraud monitoring, identity theft insurance and restoration services helps reduce the risk of identity theft and mitigates damage in the event your identity is misused
Top 5 consequences of Identity Theft via the ITRC Aftermath survey of 176 Identity Theft victims in 2016. Survey respondents were from 40 states and the District of Columbia.