Identity Theft Protection Bureau

Data breaches and identity theft have exploded in 2014 and 2015 as a mainstream threat to anyone’s private information regardless of age, income, race, or gender – identity thieves don’t discriminate. Because of this relatively new surge in information security and financial risk, an immediate need for protection has driven a flooded market of identity theft protection providers.Our team at Identity Theft Protection Bureau (ITPB) has extensive experience in the identity theft industry and are experts in information security. At ITPB we bring this experience and expertise to you by reviewing providers of identity theft protection and grading each company through our exclusive ITPB Rating System. We also know that the opinions and experiences of your peers carries significant weight in your decision making process, so we’ve incorporated a consumer feedback system to provide real customer reviews and ratings of each provider.Furthermore, these customer reviews are taken into consideration in our overall rating system so that all factors contribute to each company’s ratings.
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Date added: Tuesday, January 19, 2016
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