We feel this unprecedented event calls for a similar response for consumers to acquire ID Theft recovery and monitoring services, therefore we created this limited time opportunity to sign up directly with Merchants at more than 50% off marketplace pricing.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB)
September 25, 2017
Merchants Information Solutions, Inc., a leading consumer and business ID Theft solution provider covering over 13 million consumers and businesses, is offering its SmartIDentity consumer identity theft protection and restoration services at 50 percent off marketplace retail prices to consumers affected by the Equifax data breach event through the end of 2017.
Merchants, a business-to-business wholesale provider of consumer and business ID theft solutions, protects the identities of millions of consumers and businesses every day. Merchants is one of only a handful of providers offering fully-managed recovery services and holds a 100 percent success rate in identity recovery for victims.
“While our business model is business to business through channel sales, we see the unprecedented need for consumers to acquire ID theft recovery and monitoring services,” said Russ Johnson, President and CEO of Merchants. “We created this opportunity for consumers to sign up directly with Merchants at more than 50 percent off of competitor pricing to help them protect themselves against the current identity threat.”
Merchants believes it’s not a matter of if, but when an individual will fall victim to ID theft. Beyond notifying individuals of identity theft as other services do, consumers protected by SmartIDentity are connected with a highly-skilled ID Theft Recovery Advocate who works on the victim’s behalf to fully manage their identity theft restoration.
With the average marketplace price for credit monitoring services ranging from $10-25 per month, the Merchants discount offer ranges from $4.95-12.95 per month. This includes the industry-leading SmartIDentity fully managed recovery service, credit bureau monitoring and educational services, which are often overlooked as a key element in protecting against identity theft and fraud.
“Consumers should not be lulled into a false sense of security by credit monitoring or even credit freezes.,” said Mark Pribish, VP and ID Theft Practice Leader at…