SOLUS' Platinum Protection
provides a full suite of Credit Monitoring benefits
designed to alert you of any changes to your credit report. While at the same time, providing an informational, credit-oriented resource that includes 24/7 credit report review. This keeps you aware of the earliest stages of your identity being stolen.
In addition to the credit alerts described below, the Credit Monitoring
package, included with SOLUS’ Platinum Protection
includes the following important features:
SOLUS’ Protection provides around-the-clock surveillance for unlawful use of your Social Security number and other sensitive data – scanning your credit profile for cell phone, credit card, loan and other applications fraudulently submitted in your name.
- Unlimited Credit Refreshes with 24/7 access to your credit report and scores for all three bureaus. Report is easy-to-read with color graphics and a free interactive guide.
- Identity Theft Expense Coverage reimburses victims of a stolen identity event for certain expenses up to $25,000 with no deductible. Learn more
- Fraud Resolution - Since its 1992 launch, Trans Union's Fraud Victim Assistance Department (FVAD) has helped thousands of consumers resolve or prevent problems with credit fraud.
- TrueCredit Lock - TrueCredit Lock gives you the ability to lock & unlock your Trans Union credit report at the touch of a button—putting you in control of your credit.
- Credit Trending – monitoring your credit trends will allow you to track your progress and help make further improvements.
We monitor your most personal information to catch identity theft right away - alerting you at the first signs of financial danger.
With real-time, 24/7 credit detection, you will be automatically alerted via email regarding changes to your credit report, such as:
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- New accounts opened in your name
- Changes to existing accounts
- Inquiries into your credit file
- Address changes
- New collection accounts
- Credit limit increases
- Changes to public records