Identity theft can happen to anyone; would you be prepared if someone stole yours? ID theft insurance can protect you from the thousands of dollars you can lose in legal fees and bills.
Did you know that 1 out of 10 U.S. consumers have fallen victim to identity theft? Many were not made aware.
Many people view identity theft as something that could never happen to them, but unfortunately, the truth is that we are all at risk. Whether we are online shopping on an unsafe website or we lose our wallet, there are many ways you could fall victim to having your identity stolen. When it does happen, it can not only be time consuming to fix, but it can also be very costly. For those in MA, CT, and NJ, having identity theft coverage on your homeowners, renters or condo insurance policy can protect you from fraud that can result in lawsuits, bad credit scores, and the inability to obtain loans.
Should you become a victim, the coverage offered through your supplemental ID theft coverage will connect you with a fraud specialist who will assist you in recovering control over your personal identity. This may include contacting authorities and credit bureaus, assistance with filing documents, help with replacing documents such as driver’s licenses, passports, Social Security cards and other IDs, as well as help with taking preventative measures so this doesn’t happen to you again. Additionally, it will help cover any lost wages or child care expenses incurred as the result of restoring your identity!
What may surprise you most about identity theft insurance is just how affordable it is. When figuring out the amount of coverage you need with our knowledgeable agents, don't hesitate to ask about discounts you may be eligible for as well. Our agents work hard to get you the right coverage, while trying to save you money.
Protect your identity by talking to our agents about identity theft insurance in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Jersey. It can happen to you and if it does, you will be happy that you added the extra protection onto your homeowners, renters or condo policy.