Experian Identity Works Identity Monitoring:
- Existing customers can visit the Experian Identity Works page to access their accounts – you will be required to provide your username and password before you can log in
- If you have received a notification for joining the Experian Works ID protection you can review the benefits and services provided online and decide if the program is right for you
- Identity Monitoring allows consumers additional piece of mind because when new credit pulls or changes have been made your your credit report you will be notified of these changes
- The Experian ID Works service provided a variety of benefits but one of the most notable may be the 1 million dollar ID Theft Protection insurance policy offered with the program
Moving in to an increasingly digital world we must always remember that there are inherent risks we face everything when it comes to cyber security and identity security. Consumers are constantly using credit and debit cards, sharing banking account information online with vendors, and applying for new lines of credits or loans. This means our personal information is everyone and many consumers have decided credit monitoring services may help protect them from identity theft.
The Experian ID Works service provides identity monitoring which provides notification when changes are made to your credit history. The service also provides Identity Restoration Services if there are cases where customers face ID theft. Finally, customers enjoy insurance coverage for ID theft which is underwritten by AIG (up to 1 million in coverage when applicable).
Still Need Some More Info About Experian Indentity Works ID Protection?
- If you received notice of being able to enroll (such as a letter in the mail) you can find information including enrollment process and enrollment deadlines
- The Experian Customer Care Hotline can provide information on Membership Benefits and provide information on your Master Policy for coverage