Free credit monitoring services can be a convenient way to keep an eye on your credit, but they can also leave you with a false sense of security when it comes to identity protection. There are many types of non-credit related identity theft that can...

The Dark WebYou may not know much about the dark web, but it might know a great deal about you. Since 2006, Experian internet scanning technology has found over 3 billion exposed personal records on the internet, including the dark web, and over 35 million...

Has your identity been stolen? Want to get your life back and don’t know where to begin? Complete ID™ service by Experian® Partner Solutions, recommends these steps. Report it. Contact the companies or organizations where you know identity fraud has taken place. It may be a...

Identity theft is common nowadays, and identity thieves are growing more and more savvy. Criminals use data breaches, phishing scams, card skimmers, mail theft, and more to get information to impersonate you. Identity thieves target bank account numbers, passwords and personally identifiable information (PII) like Social...

Identity theft is a serious issue in America. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), there were 17.6 million victims of identity theft in the United States in 2014 (the most recent year for which BJS numbers are available). Types of identity theft range...