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Family Data Safe is a digital system that will protect you and your family from having your identities stolen. Once you plug the system into one of your computer's USB ports, you'll be able to protect the banking information, credit information and more of up to 10 family members. The system will quickly alert you if your identity is at risk, and if it ever does get stolen, restoration specialists based in America will help you repair the damage.
The cost of Family Data Safe is $24.99 plus $9.95 shipping, for a total price of $34.94.
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To get started with Family Data Safe, you'll have to plug the USB drive that contains the system into a USB port. After that, the activated system will pop up on the screen of the computer you've plugged it into, and you'll be able to start operating it.
Next, you'll need to use your computer to enter information into the system that it can use to protect you, such as the numbers of your bank accounts and credit cards. You'll be able to do this for up to 10 family members or let them enter the information themselves. Depending on how much information each person has to be entered, you could run out of space in the system before you're able to add 10 people.
After you've finished setting up your identity protection system, it'll protect you at all hours, for 365 days a year, as long as you remember to submit the monthly fee to the parent company (Experion). You can choose whether you want emergency alerts about potential fraud delivered to your smartphone, tablet or computer.
The USB key that you'll use to set up your system is very compact—about the size of a flash drive—so you won't have to lug around anything heavy in order to set up your system. If you don't feel that it's safe to leave the key lying around your home, you might even choose to carry it with you in a pocket while you're out. Each one also contains a small hole that you can use to attach it to an ordinary keychain, although this might not be a good idea for users who frequently lose their keys.
The silver version of this system will protect your bank accounts and credit cards, and even protect you if your wallet's lost or you fall victim to suspicious computer activity, such as viruses or hacking. However, for more enhanced protection, a gold version of the system is also available. With this version, you'll receive an annual credit report, and it'll protect all of your social media accounts, along with protecting everything else that the silver version does. No matter what version you choose, you'll always have space in your system for up to 10 members of your household.
Each gold or silver Family Data Safe plan comes with a million dollars of insurance that will help you replace anything that's missing and repair any damage if your identity gets stolen. The system will do everything within its power to ensure that this doesn't happen, but if some suspicious activity sneaks by, you'll have this financial resource to fall back on.
If you do experience identity theft, you'll be able to contact one of Experion's restoration specialists so they can help you restore your identity and mitigate any negative consequences that have come of the theft. These specialists are based in the United States, so you can rest assured that they'll speak English fluently, will be in a similar time zone to you, and will understand federal laws and regulations.
In the event that someone were to steal your identity, use your bank account and run up your credit cards, the financial damage one of these thieves could do might take years to recover from. Fortunately, you won't need to worry about your money being unexpectedly taken when you've added your banking and credit information to your Family Data Safe, as the system will keep it secure. You'll be able to think about growing your wealth without being constantly concerned about protecting what you have—this program will do your worrying for you!
By working in the background after it's installed on your computer, your Family Data Safe will monitor threats from the dark web that you may not even be aware of. These threats may include hackers trying to get into your online bank accounts, or other crooks trying to install viruses that'll interrupt your day-to-day computer use and give them personal information about you. This digital safety program will keep those pests out, and if you have the gold version, it'll protect your social media accounts from fraudulent activity, too.
As mentioned, you'll be able to choose whether you want to receive security alerts via your smartphone, tablet or computer. If you're often away from home, your smartphone may be the best choice, as you'll get the alerts while you're out. Regardless of which method you choose, your identity protection system will immediately inform you of potential threats to your personal information. After letting you know about them, it'll either eliminate the threats digitally or refer you to a restoration specialist if it cannot.
You can add up to 10 family members to this system, but they must all be part of the same household. If you've got family members at a different address, you won't be able to add them, even if you only have two or three family members living in your physical home. Unfortunately, that means you won't be able to add a young adult living in a college dorm or a senior living in a retirement residence unless their mailing address is the same as yours.
The fact that the USB key for this identity protection program says "Family Data Safe" on the front will be helpful if you ever forget what the key is for. It won't be helpful, though, if the key falls into the wrong hands. A suspicious individual could realize it's a safety device of sorts, plug it into their computer and then see a bunch of your personal data. You could cover this somewhat conspicuous label up with a sticker, but it'd be better if it just wasn't there in the first place.
Without one of these protection systems, if your identity were to end up stolen, you'd need to hire a lawyer and spend hours with them figuring out what to do. This would likely result in a greater hit to your savings account than using Family Data Safe on a monthly basis and seeking the assistance of Experion's specialists (if needed) instead of lawyers.
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