A new way to monitor your data, identity and credit
Your data is a valuable asset — like your home or car. Allstate can help protect it, so you can keep loving what technology adds to your life.
Allstate Identity Protection goes beyond typical identity theft protection. Our proprietary technology shows you your digital footprint so you can understand who has your personal information.
We can help you:
- See your digital footprint and learn if you've been part of a data breach
- Take action by alerting you if any of your sensitive data gets into the wrong hands
- Resolve any identity fraud or theft issues on your behalf
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What does Allstate Identity Protection include?
Allstate Digital Footprint®A digital footprint is a collection of all the accounts you've opened, and the information left behind that might expose you to risk. The Allstate Digital Footprint offers a simple way for you to see what online relationships you have and whether information may have been exposed in a data breach. Plus, it helps you to stay alert to new accounts.
Identity theft and credit monitoringWe monitor your credit, social media accounts, financial accounts, and more. We also use proprietary tools to monitor and scan the dark web for your personal information. This monitoring alerts you to fraud, and helps you act quickly to minimize stress.
Fraud remediation and restorationIf you experience fraud or identity theft, our in-house customer service team is available 24/7 to provide full-service remediation.
Identity theft expense reimbursementUp to $1 million reimbursement for out-of- pocket expenses related to identity theft and stolen funds.¹
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Identity theft typically occurs when someone uses your personal information to commit a crime or fraud in your name. With more advanced forms of identity theft, such as synthetic identity fraud, thieves may combine real and fake personal information to create a new identity. Fraud or theft can go undiscovered for years and may result in financial loss, long-lasting damage to your credit, and hours of time spent resolving the issue.
When you purchase Allstate Identity Protection, you're helping protect yourself from the financial and emotional burden identity theft can cause. Allstate Identity Protection not only provides restoration services if identity theft occurs, it also helps you understand your digital footprint and monitor identity theft risk.
The Digital Footprint shows you the accounts you have even the ones you may have forgotten about. Allstate's proprietary technology regularly scans thousands of breached accounts in order to notify you of any known data breaches that may affect you. You'll also get suggestions on how to take action.
Most credit monitoring services only check your credit for signs of fraud, which is just one aspect of identity theft protection. Allstate Identity Protection goes beyond credit to monitor the dark web, social media accounts, financial accounts, and more. In addition to keeping tabs on your personal information, it also manages and provides full-service restoration of your identity on your behalf.
Should fraud or identity theft occur, Allstate Identity Protection members receive full-service remediation services — even if the incident of fraud or identity theft took place prior to enrollment.
If you're currently enrolled in Allstate Identity Protection and suspect you are a victim of fraud or identity theft, call 1-855-821-2331 or follow the prompts on alerts within your account. Allstate Identity Protection Identity Specialists will ask you questions and perform research on your behalf. If they determine you are a possible victim, you will be assigned to a Remediation Specialist who will manage your case and work to fully restore your identity.
If you're the victim of identity fraud, Allstate Identity Protection plans typically cover the out-of-pocket expenses up to $1 million related to identity theft and stolen funds.¹
These expenses can include:
- Costs to file reports
- Legal defense expenses
- Lost wages incurred as a result of resolving the fraud
If your money is stolen due to identity theft, and normal remediation processes are unsuccessful in recovering your stolen funds, you'll be reimbursed up to the amount provided by your plan.