Minnesota-based Farmers Home Group is partnering with PromiseMark, ™ Inc. of Fairfax, Va., to offer the comprehensive Identity Theft Protection Plan through the FHG Network at www.farmershome.com.
Farmers Home said the Plan is a total preventative and restorative solution that provides peace of mind against identity theft fraud, both online and offline.
The Identity Theft Protection Plan features a comprehensive suite of services, including:
Fraud Resolution Services to help resolve identity theft damage and to assist in the recovery of credit and financial losses due to unauthorized online and offline use of private information, such as social security, credit debit, brokerage, bank, and bill-pay accounts.
Fraud Resolution Services to assist in working with the Social Security Administration, the Federal Trade Commission, credit bureaus, financial institutions, law enforcement agencies, utility companies, the post office, etc.
Credit Monitoring Alert Service that scans the insured’s credit files weekly and alerts them to changes, including balance changes, account inquiries, account status changes, and past-due amounts.
I.D. Theft – 911 Alerts provide up-to-date news and information about severe identity theft threats and how to avoid them. Alerts come directly to the insured’s cell phone, pager, e-mail, or wireless PDA.
Complimentary $25,000 Loss Recovery Pledge for unrecovered losses for all insured online and offline accounts.
McAfee(R) Firewall software.
Internet Protection Center provides the latest news on identity theft threats and hacker attacks and how to avoid them and up-to-date information regarding McAfee Firewall software, including software updates.
No Deductible Applies.
Farmers Home Group is a 104 year-old group of regional property and casualty insurance companies comprised of Farmers Home Mutual Insurance Company, Pioneer Insurance Company, Western Home Insurance Company, and FHG Services Inc. The group offers a full array of personal lines insurance products and services sold by hundreds of independent agents, as well as through the FHG Network.
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