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Restore your identity — if and when you need to

As a member of Credit Diagnosis, you can enjoy greater peace of mind in your efforts to safeguard and restore your identity.


What is the Identity Theft Consultation and Restoration Service?

It's a complimentary service, provided by Kroll (the world's leading risk consulting company) and available to active members of Credit Diagnosis. IMPORTANT: You need to activate your benefit before your identity is stolen to be eligible to receive the service.*



How does it work?
Once you activate the service, you will have full access to Kroll's team of Licensed Investigators, who truly understand the problems surrounding identity theft, are available to listen, answer your questions, and to offer their expertise regarding any concerns you may have. If your identity is stolen while you're a member of Credit Diagnosis, your investigator will work on your behalf to help restore your identity to pre-theft status as quickly and efficiently as possible.

What do you need to do?
Call (888) 530-2890 to activate your Kroll ID consultation and restoration product today!

Once activated keep a close eye out for signs of identity theft.

What do I do if my identity is stolen?
Call us immediately, toll-free at (888) 530-2890, so we can get you in contact with Kroll's team of Licensed Investigators.

These investigators will work with you throughout the process of restoring your identity back to its pre-theft status. They'll go beyond credit reports to search through public databases, looking for additional signs of identity theft that might otherwise go unnoticed and unreported.

Enjoy greater peace of mind knowing that you have a team of Licensed Investigators ready to help you restore your identity as effectively and efficiently as possible if your identity is stolen.
This benefit is available only to the person who enrolled in Credit Diagnosis; it is not available to his or her spouse or other family members.
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