Bridge Credit Solutions carefully selects a suite of identity and credit-related services, to integrate the power of the most advanced business information resources to inform, protect, alert, and assist in the event of identity theft or credit reporting problems.
Suspicious changes in your credit report are one of the first indications that your information may have been compromised. If you feel something has gone wrong, one of the first steps we recommend is to take a look at your credit report and verify all of your information. We believe checking your report regularly is so important that we offer you 12 reports per year (on select plans), which is something our competition does not.
Your identity goes beyond your credit report and so should your monitoring. When thieves get access to your identity, they use it in ways some of us would never think of. One of the most impactful ways a thief abuses your identity is by committing criminal acts in your name. With IdentityIQ, we actively monitor international most wanted lists and national criminal record databases for your information.
IdentityIQ will offer up to $25,000 in identity theft insurance* for the primary member and provide you with financial peace of mind, making you an informed and proactive consumer with a team of experts to support you. If you have out of pocket costs due to ID theft, you’re covered with up to $25,000 in ID theft insurance.
What would you do if your identity was stolen? Questions start to flooding your mind, leading you down a path of trying to figure out how and where this could have happened and you can’t help but feel violated and insecure. The two questions we all end up having are: why did they steal my identity and more importantly what will they do with my identity? While it’s often difficult to make sense of why a criminal does something, we can help identify a few of the most common things criminals do with a stolen identity.
Open new credit cards in your name
Make fraudulent purchases
Log in to personal accounts (email, social media, bank, etc…)
Open new phone and utility accounts in your name
Clone your ATM or debit card
Change your billing address
Obtain a new driver’s license or official ID
Use your identity when questioned by police