Give yourself, your family and your business the Identity Theft protection you deserve!

Simply put, identity theft is the use of someone’s personal information without their permission. Identity theft can be used to obtain new lines of credit, exploit existing credit cards or bank accounts, obtain a mortgage, file a fraudulent tax return, use your social security number, use your driver’s license number, use your medical records and identification, and to act and live as you by using your name and identity.

And now that we are in the Christmas Season…Identity Theft is becoming increasingly more dangerous than ever! I invite you to check out the reports below which were released in the last few days by just one newspaper…
This post shares many examples of actual identity theft cases with you so that you can understand the cunning and severity of those who can steal from you. As you realize the risk that you and your family face with the
highest rate and most expensive crime in the U.S., then I describe and show you how to protect yourself with the best identity theft shield available…with restorattion to your original status.
Here are (8) reports of Identity Theft in the Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel!
Not sure how anyone can continue to ignore the risks of losing their identity, especially
when it takes 2-3 years and many hours of work to restore your identity unless it is done
by a professional who knows where all your data resides in the world. It is time that we
“smartened up” and paid some attention to identity theft especially.

Go to the link below to read the (8) articles…they are all very interesting…excellent reporting on the part of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporting staff. Identity theft needs all the publicity and awareness that it can get…for 12 years in a row now the largest consumer complaint reported to the FTC.

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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel  – ‎10 hours ago‎
(BPT) – With millions of Americans slated to gain access to healthcare under the Affordable Care Act, many may find themselves unknowingly at risk for medical identity theft, a crime that costs the country $41.3 billion annually. In the United States, 
Pioneer Press  – ‎1 hour ago‎
A security breach at Nationwide Insurance has exposed the names, Social Security numbers and other personal information of more than 98,000 Minnesotans to identity thieves, the state Department of Commerce said Monday, Dec. 10. Columbus 
Ventura County Star  – ‎Dec 8, 2012‎
“Any case of identity fraud involving a child is distressing because it can be a terrible experience for families and the child involved with serious consequences,” said Ann Wallace, president of the Identity Theft Assistance Center, one of the co 
KEPR 19  – ‎18 minutes ago‎
TRI-CITIES, WA – The KEPR Crime Tracker is looking into identity theft here in the Tri-Cities. We learned it’s being reported to police less often in Pasco and Kennewick, but that doesn’t mean the crime is happening less often.
eWeek  – ‎Dec 7, 2012‎
Medical identity theft is a real threat and is on the rise, according to an annual survey on health care data security by the Ponemon Institute, a company that conducts research on privacy and data in multiple industries.
WFXL FOX 31  – ‎Dec 8, 2012‎
Chances are if you car, TV, or computer were stolen, you would notice pretty quickly, but what about your Identity? “Identity theft or credit card theft can occur without you knowing it,” said Detective Catoa Baldwin, of the Albany police department 
Auto Credit Express (blog)  – ‎Dec 8, 2012‎
People with bad credit probably don’t understand that as their credit scores improve so does the possibility that they could become the victims of identity theft. Here at Auto Credit Express we realize this because we’ve spent the past two decades (registration)  – ‎4 hours ago‎


LegalShield and Kroll Investigative Services, both of which are 40+ year old companies, developed a joint agreement in 2003 to market an Identity Theft Shield membership product that is considered by many as the best available product on the market. Kroll Investigative Services, having some 32 international offices around the world, employs licensed investigators who have typically been members of the FBI or CIA. The identity Theft Shield protection was developed by Kroll to fill these  kind of protection needs for Fortune 500 companies, and more than 35% of these class of companies offer this protection to their employees today on a voluntary benefit basis, More and more companies, both large and small, are realizing these are important benefits to their employees and are beginning to offer them.

These licensed investigators, using limited time power of attorneys, restore your identity with all of the proper agencies, credit bureaus, and data bases,  so that you do not have to use your personal time, money, travel expenses, emotional energy, and help you avoid filling out request forms for reimbursement as some firms do. I describe this service to be provided by professionals who know what they are doing, are well-trained and experienced, and the costs seem to be far less than competitive pricing. On a standalone basis the cost per month is $12.95 for the primary partner and supporting partner, with $1 total being added for all children with up to (4) protected at any one time. With a LegalShield Family Legal Plan at $17 or $26 per month your cost is $9.95 per month, with the $1 addition for children. You can begin your LegalShield/Kroll Investigative Services Identity Theft Shield membership immediately by going to this site…

After completing the information requested on this site within 24-36 hours you will be provided with your membership number that entitles you to full access to your identity theft services. Upon receipt of your membership number which I will provide personally to you, you may contact Kroll Investigative Services for unlimited questions and discussions. Your request will be responded to by a qualified, licensed investigator within 8 hours of your request.

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Thank you,

Dan Norris

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