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Protect your name, assets, credit score and more with the right identity theft protection solution — Identity Guard®.

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Free 30-day trial, then only $17.99 per month (includes applicable taxes)

From the company that has protected more than 2 million Canadians

Why Do I Need Identity Guard®?

Criminals are working 24/7/365 to steal information they can use to open accounts in your name.
If the identity thieves are successful, they:

  • Can destroy your credit score
  • Impact your ability to get the best rates
  • Receive approvals for loans and credit cards
  • Take over your identity

Recovery is costly and can take years, so why take the risk? Identity Guard® can help protect you from identity theft with fast alerts and knowledgeable recovery agents if you do become a victim. Enroll today and get a FREE 30-Day Trial.

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What You Get!

Your Credit Score and Credit Report with 2-Bureau Credit Monitoring FREE for 30 Days!

  • 2-bureau credit monitoring with prompt alerts
  • Credit report & scores* updated quarterly
  • Detailed analysis showing what is affecting your score
  • Identity verification real-time** alerts
  • Mobile app — access your information at any time

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  • Monitor Access innovative tools that can help stop fraud before it starts. When it comes to your personal information, offense is the best defense.

  • Protect In a connected world, you can’t always control where your information ends up. Real-time alerts give you the power to flag suspicious activity fast.

  • Recover If your identity is compromised, you need to take back control quickly. We can guide you every step of the way to help restore your good name.

Identity Theft Can Happen to Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere.

More than 20,611 Canadians were identity theft victims in 2014, with a total reported dollar loss over $10 million.***

  • Using credit cards
  • Improperly disposing of personal documents
  • Using public WiFi
  • Divulging too much information on social media
  • Divulging too much information in public places

Using your credit card, providing your SIN, using a public Wi-Fi, or accessing social media channels are just some of the ways that your personal and private information is exposed to potential identity theft.