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A stunning survey shows a record 9.9 million Americans were victims of identity theft in 2008—a shocking 22 percent increase over the prior year—according to Javelin Strategy & Research.1 This news reflects a report from the Federal Trade Commission that cites a 21 percent increase in identity theft complaints during the same period.2Using a stolen identity, criminals can open new lines credit, drain bank accounts, steal tax returns—even commit crimes using your name—and then leave you to clean up the mess alone. LifeLock can help reduce your risk.As the leader in identity theft protection, LifeLock works to help protect your identity— even if your information falls into the wrong hands. As a LifeLock member, if you become a victim of identity theft because of a failure in LifeLock’s service, LifeLock will spend up to $1,000,000* on lawyers, investigators, and consultants to restore your name and credit, and to recover the direct losses that resulted from the identity theft.
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1 Source: Javelin Strategy & Research. "2009 Identity Fraud Survey Report." February 2009.2 Source: Federal Trade Commission. “Consumer Sentinel Network Data Book for January – December 2008.” February 26, 2009.*Restrictions apply. See techcu.com/lifelock for details.
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