Think you don’t need identity theft protection? Think again!

Identity theft is consistently the number one complaint to the Federal Trade Commission each year. Numerous data breach incidents affecting millions of records, are putting consumers at great risk of identity theft. It can happen to anyone—regardless of your age and income, where you live, or how careful you are.

Restoring your identity on your own can be time-consuming and stressful. After a while, some people simply give up, leaving them contend with the aftermath of identity theft for years to come, including fraudulent bills, collections activity, damaged credit and even criminal records.

RWCU is looking out for you! We are pleased to provide identity theft detection and recovery services for our Membership.

We have partnered with one of the nation’s most trusted names in identity theft protection to provide you with access to a comprehensive suite of services to address fraud caused by identity theft if it happens to you or your family member.

These services include:

  • Fully Managed Identity Fraud Research, Remediation and Recovery – a professional, certified, and licensed Recovery Advocate will work on your behalf with the goal of restoring your identity to pre-event status, for any type of identity fraud you might experience, or even suspect. This service extends to cover you and up to three generations of your family members! Read complete Terms and Conditions.
  • Lost Document Replacement – this service provides personalized one-on-one assistance to replace identity credential documents that have been lost, stolen or destroyed in connection with your identity theft event.
  • Identity Theft Expense Reimbursement Insurance – you may receive reimbursement for out of pocket expenses incurred during the identity recovery process up to a maximum of $10,000, including reimbursement for lost wages, attorney’s fees, and other expenses. Read Evidence of Coverage document including all terms and conditions, limitations and sublimits.

How Does the Equifax Data Breach Affect Me?