Fraud Assist Toolbox
This convenient, online tool helps streamline the identity theft prevention and recovery process. Members can choose to set fraud alerts, stop pre-approved credit offers, and stop unwanted telemarketing calls. For those who become a victim of identity theft, the online guide will provide step-by-step instructions for resolving their issues.
Stay up to date on identity theft-related issues with access to MyIDMatters. This educational website is designed to keep you informed of topics associated with personal identity and security fraud. You will learn tips to stay protected from the latest fraud scams, trends, and tactics and also have the opportunity to sign up to receive a quarterly e-newsletter for additional news and information. Consider MyIDMatters your one stop for fraud and identity protection news and education.
Triple-Bureau Credit Reports*
Receive up-to-date credit reports and credit scores from all three major credit reporting agencies — Experian, Equifax and TransUnion. Combined, your credit report and credit score provide a valuable picture of your overall credit standing and help you to identify critical errors in your personal financial data.
Credit Information Hotline
Receiving your credit report is good, but understanding it is essential. Credit Information Hotline provides toll-free support to ensure that you fully comprehend all the details of your credit history.
*Neither Affinion Benefits Group, its credit information subcontractors, nor Financial Services Association shall have any liability for the accuracy of the information contained in the credit reports or credit scores which you receive, including any liability for damages, direct or indirect, consequential or incidental. The service is not a credit counseling or repair service and does not promise to help you obtain a loan or improve your credit record, history, or rating. In addition to other rights, you are entitled by law to request and receive a free report every twelve months from each of the national credit reporting agencies (Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax). Information regarding these and other FCRA rights is available at www.ftc.gov.