Is a free database that businesses use to guard against fraud. It alerts them to red flags for risky transactions before a sale goes through.
The same site gives consumers an instant reading on whether they are at low, medium, or high risk. ---------
A My ID Score of 443 indicates a LOW risk of identity fraud.
There is a low likelihood that information pertaining to you has or will soon be used to commit fraud and your good name is probably not in danger. Although you currently show no signs of being a victim of identity fraud, no system can detect 100% of possible fraudulent activity. It is important to remain vigilant about protecting and safeguarding your personal information.
#448277 - 10/04/0911:55 PMRe: Check your ID score
My score was 301 (and I didn't give any information that wasn't required). However, two of my credit card numbers have been stolen in the last year and fraudulent charges were made on them! Go figure...
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