Identity Theft Recovery

Your Identitheft contract covers you in the event your identity is stolen. We assign a Recovery Advocate to your case and recover your identity to 100% pre-event status.

Credit Monitoring

Our Credit Monitoring service actively monitors for any inquiry into your credit so you can be alerted immediately on fraudulent use.

Internet Monitoring

Monitors the internet 24/ 7 for questionable use of your identity and alerts you if anyone is attempting to misuse or sell your information online.

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Multiple Layers For Added Security

Your identity is your most important asset.  It defines who you are, determines how much you can borrow, and can be a deciding factor for employment.

These factors are why your identity is a target for online criminals.  Tri-PAC Identity Theft Restoration Service provides multiple layers of defense to ensure the integrity of your identity.

Our multiple layers of identity protection is what makes us a dealer’s choice, nationwide, and it’s what sets us apart from other providers.  It’s a 360 degree approach that helps keep your identity protected.  This includes:

  • 100% Recovery to Pre-Event Status

  • Recovery Agent Assigned to Your Case

  • 24/7 Monitoring of Your Credit

  • Actively Search the Internet For Questionable Use of Your Identity


Trusted By Automotive Retailers Nationwide!

and Thousands of Happy Customers!

We do more to help protect your identity.

Tri-PAC’s Identitheft is highly rated among automotive dealerships nationwide and there’s a good reason why; we go the extra mile to secure your identity than anyone else!

If you become a victim of identity theft we will assign a Personal Recovery Advocate to your case who will contact ALL agencies, institutions and companies involved, plus complete and file ALL necessary forms.  We promise to restore your identity to 100% pre-event status.

That’s what makes us the nations leader in identity theft recovery and restoration!

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What is Identity Theft?

You have heard of identity theft, but what does the term really mean?  Going far beyond credit card fraud, identity theft is a rapidly growing crime that most people will face at some point in their lives.

Identity theft is a crime that victimized over 8 million Americans in 2013 – that’s more than the entire population of the state of Virginia!

Identity theft occurs whenever an identity thief, possibly a stranger or someone very close to you, uses your personal information, without your permission, to commit fraud or other crimes.

Armed with information such as your name, address, Social Security number and/ or credit card numbers, thieves can cause damage that can cost you heavily in both time and money.

In fact you could already be a victim and not even know it.​

What is Cyber/ Internet Fraud?

Technology is constantly changing, and as it advances so do tech savvy thieves who can now access your information without physically taking it.

When you purchase a product or send information over the internet it can be easily stolen or compromised from your home computer or the website you are doing business with.

Information such as:

  • Credit Card Numbers
  • Date of Birth
  • Name and Address
  • Computer Password
  • Personal Bank Information
  • Mother’s Maiden Name
  • Personal Security Numbers (PIN’s or codes)
  • Social Networking Information
  • and more can ALL be stolen online

What is Child Identity Theft?

Some say a child is a blank slate, something that has yet to be marked or written upon, pure, new and without a history.  A lot of times parents think the term blank slate means opportunity or new options and a potential for a bright, successful future.

However the term is viewed one thing is certain, your child’s identity truly is a blank slate.  It is clean, unmarred, and untouched and so it should be.  Unfortunately with the high rate of identity theft in children increasing, more and more parents and their children are finding this not to be the case.

An identity thief sees your child’s unused Social Security number as a free ride.

This is why it is so important for parents to protect their children’s valuable information before they are old enough to do it themselves.  Imagine trying to help your child obtain a loan or lease and apartment, only to be rejected because of someone else’s negative credit or criminal history.

Unfortunately many parents are misinformed on how to find out if their child is a victim and what to do about it if they are.

Incredibly, child identity theft is much more prevalent than adult identity theft, with children being targeted 35 times more often than adults!​


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