Reviews of identity theft protection services are available on Reviews.com and the websites of Consumer Reports and Consumer's Advocate. Consumer Reports is a nonprofit organization, whereas Consumer's Advocate and Reviews.com are for-profit, according to each company's website.Continue Reading
Consumer's Advocate lists the 10 highest-rated identity theft protection services as of 2015, based on the amount of theft insurance, services provided, trial periods and pricing, according to the company's website.
Consumer Reports advises that consumers can safeguard their personal information and monitor their credit status with do-it-yourself measures as effectively as paid services can, according to the agency website.
Reviews.com compiles a list of the top 10 ID-theft protection services from a pool of 26 services, as of 2015, the website states. Researchers base the ratings on 33 features.Learn more about Law