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Voiply Identity Theft Protection

With the new Voiply Identity Theft Protection, you will have access to the following features:

U.S.-Based Identity Restoration Specialists with Million Dollar Protection Package (AIG) - Average identity restoration case can take 6-9 months to complete.
Identity & Social Security Numbers Alerts (Bank/Debit/Credit Card Monitoring). – Enter up to 10 of each in our portal.
USPS Address Change Verification – “title insurance info”
Drivers License/Medical/Data Breach/Dark Web Notifications - We search across multiple data breaches to see if your email address or phone number has been compromised.
Sex Offender Monitoring & Alerts – We will notify you by email/text message as soon as we detect that a registered sex offender moves near you.

Voiply Identity Theft Protection FAQ

A data breach just happened; how do I protect myself?
Change your passwords. Avoid using the same password for different services or accounts.
Lock or freeze your credit reports. If a hacker already has (some of) your information, they may try to apply for new credit cards or loans under your name. By locking or freezing your reports at all three main credit bureaus, you prevent them from doing that. But don’t forget to unlock or unfreeze when you decide to apply for something yourself!
Check accounts for suspicious activity. Check your bank accounts, credits reports, and other financial accounts for anything unfamiliar. If you notice anything out of the ordinary, contact your bank or credit card company to let them know.
Order new credit cards and change PIN numbers. Also ask your bank or credit card company about any fraud protection services they might offer.
File a report with the FTC. If you find out you’ve been a victim of identity theft, you can file a report with the Federal Trade Commission at or by phone at 1-877-438-4338.

How can I protect myself if my information has been exposed in a data breach?

Use our Identity Monitoring service to check if you have been involved in a data breach.

If you discover that your information has been exposed in a data breach, don’t panic! Here are some steps you can take to better protect your personal information going forward:

Change your passwords - Hackers and fraudsters may use the exposed password to try to gain access to other accounts, so it's important to change the exposed password anywhere it's used.

If you do not know what the password is or where else you use it, start by making sure you have different passwords for any accounts that contain sensitive info, such as a banking app or email account. Repeating the same password for more than one account can make it easier for a hacker to access your information. You should also avoid reusing any security questions or password hints going forward.

What is Dark Web Monitoring?

With Dark Web Monitoring your consumer receives alerts about uses of his personal data across the deep, dark, and surface web. This includes websites, databases, internet relay chat rooms, public and private security breaches, and other known places where data can be misused.

Activate Premium Feature Voiply Identity Theft Protection

How to add Voiply Identity Theft Protection on your account?

Residential Customers

Simply click on Home/Identify Protection Icon and click on Activate

Note: After the trial this will cost you an additional $5 per month or $48 for annual plan.

Once you checkout, you will receive an email with your login information. You can then login to Voiply Identity Theft Protection here. (Username is the email you signed up with, and the password is the last 12 characters of your order number.)

Complete Your Registration:

Once you have completed your registration you will have access to the portal.

Add Accounts

You can add accounts to be monitored from your portal:

Updated on: 01/10/2024