Is Lifelock a scam?

Posted By: Dr. Frugal in Budget on 08/04/2007 at 12:07:41

With all of the news recently about ID theft and other general security breaches, you might be considering getting something that could effectively be called ID theft insurance. There are two leading companies, Lifelock and Debix, that cover personal insurance but we're only going to look at Lifelock right now, since they're the more well-known company. And I guess it would be a good time to answer the question: Is Lifelock a scam?

Not to sound off-putting but it really depends on what you consider a scam. The service that Lifelock provides is definitely something you can do yourself but I'm not sure that makes it a scam. Ignoring the oft-suggested mafia ties to the waste management business, you could take all of your trash to the landfill but you probably pay them to do it for you. Like most services, it's more about convenience than actual need. Lifelock simply requests locks on your credit so that you're required to approve everything manually. Personally, I don't think that part is a scam. That said, the fact they offer $1m in "protection" doesn't mean a whole lot to me. Again, I think it's just a marketing tactic and while I certainly don't think Robert Maynard is going to be canonized for his work, as far as I can tell it's just a service, not a scam.

Comments

Posted by Steve at March 9, 1973, 10:39 am:

I agree in thinking its not a scam. I personally don't have it and have no intention of getting it, but I think for the most part our entire American existence is based upon paying other people to do things you could do yourself.


Posted by Erin at October 25, 2007, 9:08 pm:
I have a monthly subscription because I do a ton of shopping for home business online. I think it's like any other insurance--a total ripoff until you need it.


Posted by jdoe at April 1, 2008, 2:45 pm:
Did you know someone's bringing a class action suit against these guys? http://www.lifelockclassaction.com. I don't see the point in paying for what I can do myself with 3 phone calls. You're protected for up to a million dollars anyway . . .


Posted by Jan T at April 7, 2008, 12:26 am:
LifeLock is a scam! They are charging a ton for everything an individual can do themselves for FREE if they had the info. Credit Card/Financial Identity Theft is only one type of ID Theft. The other areas of Identity Theft is 1) Social Security # - how many people are falsely using someone else's SS# to work in the US illegally? 2) Medical ID Theft - This is dangerous if the ID Theft has medical procedures under your identity which could identify you with diseases or different blood types. Dangerous! 3) Character ID Theft - If someone steals your identity and then commits a crime - guess who is going to go to jail the next time you're pulled over for a "fix it" ticket. YOU ARE! 4) Driver's License - I have been a Notary Public for the past 16 years and teach classes. False Driver's licenses are extremely easy to get which could be used fraudulently to purchase property under the victim's name and the disappear with the $$$. You need an Identity Theft product that checks every one of these areas. The crooks are getting better at being crooks! We have to get better at protecting ourselves! And Lifelock is NOT IT!


Posted by Dr. Frugal at April 10, 2008, 6:24 pm:
Hey Jan, with each passing day I suspect you're more and more right. The fact they're getting hit both a class-action lawsuit and also getting taken to court by Experian...yeah, it looks more scammy by the day.


Posted by Todd at May 18, 2008, 8:55 pm:
I have no problem to have a company do this fraud holds on my credit each month. I will continue to monitor this though as I am a LifeLock subscriber, but do not want to get taken.


Posted by Dan at May 21, 2008, 12:44 pm:
It should tell you something that the CEO has been caught lying, and his identity has been compromised multiple times.


Posted by dave at May 22, 2008, 3:35 pm:
it has worked well for me. Actually caught someone trying to use my name/drivers license number to get phone service. Well worth the peace of mind, in my book. They renew the alerts automatically every 3 months, which is required, and you are notified by all 3 credit agencies when that takes place. It is no scam. What is a scam is experian, etc selling our info for profit, which is what is REALLY behind the bogus law suits. Read on: http://www.techcrunch.com/2007/06/17/the-hit-job-on-lifelock/


Posted by did more research than you at June 29, 2008, 1:34 pm:
Many of you need to do some research before spilling your lies. Lifelock not only requests fraud alerts from all 3 major bureaus, every 3 months, but also searches ID theft websites to ensure your information is not being sold, takes your name off of credit mailing lists (and does this each time it expires). And Jan, Lifelock helps to prevent all of those types of scams by securing your SSN, name, and address, which are used in medical, license, etc theft. Basically, lifelock is not selling a service that everyone can do on their own. Not to mention, if they screw up, they will pay to have everything corrected. So instead of you having to call the 3 bureaus every 3 months, searching the Internet to find people selling/using your information, calling to have your name removed from mailing lists constantly, and hiring lawyers, investigators, etc to repair ID theft, Lifelock does it for you. You're telling me that I have the time and money to do all of that? I don't think so.


Posted by my 2 cents. at July 11, 2008, 2:17 am:
I am not trying to pursuade anyone one way or the other. I do not have this service, but my friend does. She was supposed to be recieving S.S. checks (Her dad passed when she was 15). She assumed her mom was getting them cashed and using the money to raise her. When she turned 18, she got somekind of statement that said she had recieved "X" amount of dollars, so she asked her mom and her mom said she never recieved any checks. My friend tried for a year to find out what had been going on. She subscribed to lifelock and less than a month later, they sent my friend a letter asking if she moved because someone was inquiring about her S.S. checks in Rhode Island. They caught the people using her SS# and collecting her money. Lifelock didn't reimburse her for the money she lost (Because it happened before she subscribed) but she is seeking damages in a lawsuit against the people who stole her SS#. Still don't know if I would subscribe, but she is happy and last I checked she still has Lifelock. She says it is worth it because she doesn't worry all the time. I guess it's all on how you look at it.


Posted by at July 19, 2008, 6:36 am:
Lifelock is weak protection at best. It is not about what they say they do. They do not do much. Don't be scammed. Debix is the only company that protects you. All Lifelock does is react after the identity theft happens. That makes no sense. Debix STOPS it before it happens.


Posted by Frank at July 23, 2008, 11:52 am:
"Lifelock is weak protection at best. It is not about what they say they do. They do not do much. Don't be scammed. Debix is the only company that protects you. All Lifelock does is react after the identity theft happens. That makes no sense. Debix STOPS it before it happens." - You are an employee of debix.


Posted by TheDude at August 20, 2008, 8:14 am:
Lifelock is not a scam, but a service of convenience. Yes, anyone can do the same things. However, you have to do it every 90 days. I tend to forget these things and I am willing to pay to have that convenience. Also, they are not the end be all of ID Theft protection. Nothing is. But it is better than nothing. You combine that with some good knowledge on protecting your data and you can deter a lot of potential incidents. How many of you shred your bills, hand out your socials over the phone, or even talk to someone about your private info on a cell phone in a public space. If you do or don't do any of those things then Lifelock will be little help. It simply protects from additional credit being opened in your name. Read the info, don't listen to everyone's opinion.


Posted by Not the Dude at August 24, 2008, 2:45 am:
"They do not do much."


Posted by Alex at September 4, 2008, 8:03 pm:
Well I have lifelock and I don't see anything wrong with paying someone 10 bucks a month to protect my identity. you cant buy much for 10 bucks a month these days anyways.


Posted by todd at December 17, 2008, 9:53 pm:
i have lifelock and like everything else..its an insurance to protect you when needed..i think car, house, life, and medical insurance is also a scam, especially when you have to pay a deductible you cannot afford, so you are stuck with nothing. at least lifelock will save me the trouble and time investigating someone in another country using my identity


Posted by Darrell at December 29, 2008, 8:45 am:
I think to call something a scam is harsher than calling something a bad value. Lifelock puts a lock on your credit file, which is something you can do yourself with a phone call to the 3 major bureaus. You have always had the ability to lock your credit file on your own. It's a question of value. Lifelock does not act with a power of attorney to restore your "good name" as the advertisements claim, but provide you with the basic letter of dispute that is also available for anyone who looks for it. I think, again, scam is harsh, but questioning it's value.


Posted by idiotsrus at January 9, 2009, 6:55 am:
"Lifelock not only requests fraud alerts from all 3 major bureaus, every 3 months, but also searches ID theft websites to ensure your information is not being sold, takes your name off of credit mailing lists (and does this each time it expires). And Jan, Lifelock helps to prevent all of those types of scams by..." If you believe they search "ID theft websites" you're a completely naive fool. I'm guessing the person that wrote this is actually a shill for lifelock. I would call any company a scam that sells something that can be obtained for free. Even if they're not a scam, I would question their business quite a bit. Read these articles: http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/2007-05-31/news/what-happened-in-vegas/1 http://blog.wired.com/27bstroke6/2007/06/lifelock_founde_1.html


Posted by bobby at January 12, 2009, 1:53 pm:
Sure you can do it for free. I can also paint my house myself for free too but I pay someone else to get it done.


Posted by confused and concerned at February 16, 2009, 1:10 pm:
Thank you all for the information posted here. The news articles were very helpful. It is nice to know about the men behind the scenes prior to committing to a contract. I was unaware that we could call the Big 3 and request a Red Flag be placed on my credit account. This I found very intersting. I plan to do this right away. SO what if I have to call every 3 months at least it beats the alternative. I am undecided if I will hire LifeLock but I am sure I will begin making the 3 very important calls. If you have any other advice please share it with me. Thank you again!


Posted by at February 17, 2009, 9:54 am:
Dear "confused and concerned" - I use Lifelock's services and there is no contract - you can come and go as you please.


Posted by Annonoymous at February 22, 2009, 9:37 pm:
When I called the three credit bureaus I wasn't able to put a red flag on my account. Maybe they changed the phone menu options, but it seemed to me you had to report it STOLEN, which i don't want to do necessearly yet. I lost or had my SS card stolen from my wallet, but not the entire wallet, I dont know if a friend or associate would of taken it, but that is what I suspect. Someone who may know where I live, my phone number, etc, could have my information. I am 18 turning 19, have no credit cards, etc, but who's to say they wont use it when I get 25? I am concerned, and wish the government, had some type of "report" with actually reporting it completely stolen and filing a false police report, which could get you in trouble. If anyone has any information on how I can report it lost/stolen, without actually accusing someone, please let me know.


Posted by Annonoymous at February 22, 2009, 9:39 pm:
I am concerned, and wish the government, had some type of "report" without* actually reporting it completely stolen and filing a false police report, which could get you in trouble. If anyone has any information on how I can report it lost/stolen, without actually accusing someone, please let me know.*** Reposted final part of message for grammar.


Posted by confused at March 2, 2009, 12:19 pm:
Everyone keeps bringing up that u can call the three credit bureaus. Anyone know no.? Please leave. I believe anything can be a scam but as long as u monitor ur credit regularly, u can not be so uptight. Word of advice. Don't trust anybody with personal info except for well known agencies.


Posted by GIT-4-DONE at March 4, 2009, 8:30 pm:
this is off topic, but i received and email a few days ago about a credit card scam, in which an "agency" will call you and verify your credit card number and your address which they will tell you this information, and they tell you that you are eligible for this and that free stuff, and after they do all their "verifying" they ask you to verify one more thing, the cvvn number from the back of your card, the last 3 digits, this is the only information about you that they dont have, which they cant do anything without, if you tell them this, they will charge you up to $500 to your credit card, because typically $500 is the fraud alert limit for credit card companies, and you will be screwed. i just forwarded this email as usual and went on about my day, but this time, i actually got called by one of these companies tonight, it was "financial education of america" from 1-800-941-0362, and they did exactly such. please inform everyone you know of this scam, its sneaky and if you dont know about it, you probably wont know any better then to give them your information. i have contacted the virginia state police about this and will continue to inform as many people as i can. these scammers are getting very inventive and sneaky so please be careful people.


Posted by me at April 3, 2009, 8:16 am:
I had lifelock for a year and i am going to reinsate it today. it is really great and it stopped all the credit card junk mail and it calls me whenever my soc sec #is being used. i loved it!


Posted by Matt at April 8, 2009, 12:13 pm:
I found it odd that the customers in the ad all had their identities stolen after they signed up. So I did some research. The company seems to be legit, though they do things that you could easily do yourself. Of particular note is the lawsuits being filed against them. Some may read that and think they're a scam. But they're not (or so it seems). Creditors and their customers are taking LifeLock to court because LifeLock is essentially stealing their business. LifeLock's safeguards are preventing these companies from issuing credit to LifeLock's customers. Thus, they loose business. So, if anything LifeLock seems to be anything but a scam. But again, you can do most of the things they do yourself.


Posted by Another perspective at April 10, 2009, 12:22 am:
Well. Here is a different perspective. I work at Lifelock. Todd is a good man. Though I am not in managment we have spoken on many occasions. He takes very good care of his employees, not easy to find these days, and has a great caring for the customers. His feet are not stuck in stone with fraud alerts. There are projects in the pipeline that will be more effective against Identity theft and other services that should do very well. It takes time to put these together, all the software has to be custom made,contracts have to be made up and signed etc. Identity theft goes back thousands of years. Give the man a chance to continue with his vision. He has some great ideas and is sincerly dedicated to fighting Identity theft.


Posted by AFsgt at April 18, 2009, 7:27 am:
Why did they hook up with Donald Trump? I consider him one of the all time worst crooks.


Posted by B at May 7, 2009, 9:12 pm:
I signed up for Lifelock after being a disenfranchised voter in the state I live in, thinking I got my social security number was compromised. Sure, you can report your info the credit bureaus and lock your info. Here's what I feel, after canceling my acct with Lifelock, I went to sign up for an Internet company aprox a month after I canceled the acct, they had my account locked for 3 months after this. What happened was I had 3 different people from that Internet call my cell phone to confirm it actually was me. Peace of mind? Yes. The fact that I know that this company sets parameters for when people try to access my info and I feel safe with the understanding I don't have to worry about some scammer taking my mail, finding my Identifying information, and using it for malicious purposes.


Posted by Bill at May 8, 2009, 3:49 pm:
"They are charging a ton for everything an individual can do themselves for FREE" To Jan T....not sure what you mean, if a person decides to pay just 10 bucks a month for something they do NOT want to do themselves, how is it a scam? I mean, how is it a scam if they are having someone else do it? Heck, I know in the computer business, people expect you to build a website for them for peanuts. You go to a convenience store, and pay extra for chips or a soda. You're paying for a service that is being done FOR you. So how is that a scam?


Posted by David M. at May 9, 2009, 7:17 am:
These guys are as much of a scam as identity thieves themselves. A half hour on the phone with their member services department proved that to me. I had my info stolen and someone fraudulently signed up a LifeLock account in my name (ironic, no?). These guys wouldn't lift a finger to help me out, it was obvious that they could care less, they got their money and were happy. Everyone, just so you know, all they do is sign up for that 90 credit fraud alert for you every 90 days. They sign you up with their phone number and then call you if they get a call. Guess what? You can just sign up your own phone number and get the exact same service for free. Just add a recurring event to your Google Calendar to fill out the online form quarterly and you're done. Not only is this cheaper, but you don't have to give all of your confidential info (e.g. SSN) to a bunch of scammers (e.g. LifeLock).


Posted by Fred at May 9, 2009, 3:19 pm:
Two things... 1. I agree with Bill (Posted by Bill at May 8, 2009, 3:49 pm). 2. I disagree with David (Posted by David M. at May 9, 2009, 7:17 am) The comparison is easy and the answer is even more simple... On a daily basis, I have a ton of things I need to remember, even more things that I need to do and I do not want to add one more stinking Calendar Reminder to "remind me" to place a timely Fraud alert every 90 days! Between my personal life and my business life, I've got too many e-addresses to monitor, too many e-mail to respond to, too many e-rules to update and maintain and too many phone numbers to manage. As Bill suggested, you are paying for "services" in most everything you do today, i.e., whether it is yard care or your health club. So BFD if I spend another $10 per month to ENSURE a most important aspect is correctly handled. Come some black day, if I were too busy and forgot to enter my own Fraud Alert (As David suggests)... and I suffered an Identiy Theft... I would rue the day I felt paying $.33 (thirty three cents) per day to a reputable agency was TOO MUCH to protect my Idenity. To David I say, you must either be 14 years old or the World's worst penny pinching fool. Fred


Posted by Exy at May 29, 2009, 3:57 pm:
LifeLock ruled a scam today. What a surprise! NOT! The company is living high on the hog, still giving bonuses, still providing FREE lunches for their employees every week, still flying their employees around the country and putting them up in FREE apartments with all the amenities, still spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to sponsor racing events, and still has Wii's in every building in every breakroom. You people aren't paying for protection, you're paying for the employees' entertainment! In THIS economy, Todd Davis is slapping every other American worker in the face! Those workers in the unemployment lines and taking pay cuts. So as those LifeLock execs sit in their comfy, expensive offices staring out at the Tempe Town Lake in the most expensive plot of land in the state of Arizona, I say - STICK IT TO THEM JUDGE!!!


Posted by lifelucksux at June 5, 2009, 10:10 pm:
I don't know I actually cancelled it after few months when I caught their BS that everytime my credit was enquired to apply for something that they would give me a call on my cell and ask for the secret word for approval. When it was time to get pre-approved for a mortgage, my bank queried up the wazoo and guess what not a single phone call from these folks that hey someone is using your information to apply for a loan. I called them up as to why I never got a phone call, they said "oh its because usually that kind of stuff such as loans and mortgages legit and not fraud." In paper on that pre-approvall all I filled out was basic stuff like ss#, address which anyone could of found out. I think I called their BS on that one and said to myself a) they really are not monitoring anything just giving you warm and fuzzies that they are when you pay them monthly. b) the bank thought my credit was compromised and worried when they saw the fraud alert and had to explain to them I had lifelock service (like someone said in the post, I'm sure that doesn't give the lenders and creditors warm and fuzzies when they see that)


Posted by Fantastic Hoax at June 13, 2009, 11:06 pm:
LifeLock is a very interesting story to say the least. When you first start with LifeLock you get a sense that you are really helping the members and that you are giving them not only identity theft protection but also internet protection and helping the member with a lost wallet or purse. However, soon after you start you realize the Hoax that LifeLock provides. You see, LifeLock tells it's members that their fraud alerts are being set. However, fraud alerts are not set on thousands of accounts and LifeLock's management is aware of it. A member will call because they haven't received a credit report for a year of LifeLock's membership and when it is researched it is because the member's fraud alerts were never set. Of course the member never knows and the fraud alert is manually set. The kicker is since the fraud alert was manually set the fraud alert will not be set in 90 days. Then there is there internet service that they say they score 10,000+ pirated websites. You first think that LifeLock actually does something in getting your information from these sites. Actually, all they do is notify you that your name and pertinent information are out on the internet and they do nothing else. Yes, LifeLock does for it's members what it's members can do for themselves. However, their is so much disception with this business that at some point you begin to feel dirty for taking innocent people's money. The one thing that LifeLock does best is to charge it's members. That is the one thing that does work and it works well. LifeLock is nothing more than a hoax and I hope the American public wakes up and sees it for what it really is, nothing more than a Hoax. Go Experian....


Posted by Not Needed at July 13, 2009, 1:45 am:
Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.


Posted by None Needed at July 13, 2009, 1:45 am:
Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.


Posted by None Needed at July 13, 2009, 1:46 am:
Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry. Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry. Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry. Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry. Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry. Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry. Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry. Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry. Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry. Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. 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Posted by None Needed at July 13, 2009, 1:47 am:
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You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and I don't know about you, but I don't have a million bucks! Also, you have within 30 days to contact them, of you finding out that the ID theft occurred. NOT! when it happened. The 15 day remark. You need to notify LifeLock within 15 days of you changing your information, telephone number (they request fraud alerts), address, duh!, name change? hmm -- obviously they need the most up to date information to protect you. They are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help people out. They don't outsource and unlike the credit bureaus, you can get a hold of someone with in less than two minutes, try it! They have the best customer service in the industry.Why don't you all just go to lifelock.com call 1800LIFELOCK. There are many things LifeLock does you can do yourself. There are 4! count it 4! things, they do you can't. WalletLock, TrueAddress, eRecon, and


Posted by Bobby at July 24, 2009, 10:12 pm:
Here's the best prrof yet it's a scam... http://www.blogtalkradio.com/OptOutDetectives/blog/2009/07/24/Todd-Davis-from-Lifelock-Not-So-Protected-To-much-info-on-public-data-bases-Opting-out-would-ha


Posted by Ben Johnson at August 14, 2009, 9:07 pm:
WOW.... None Needed must be a LifeLock executive who is pulling in monies while the agents are dealing with the inadequate systems and irrate members. Yes, None Needed stated that LifeLock has four things, actually, None Needed can't count because he/she only listed 3 things. Truly must be a LifeLock executive. WalletLock is a company that LifeLock transfers their members to who have had their purse/wallet stolen or lost. Personally I have listened to these calls and WalletLock doesn't do much of anything. They have a huge pitch that you will be assisted replacing all of the content of your purse/wallet but that is far from the case. I am sure None Needed will tell you they do this and that and I can tell you they DON'T!!!! e-Recon is probably the biggest bust. When you first start with LifeLock they tell you about e-Recon and how it scans the internet and will find your information and once found will take it away from the pirated sites. NOT!!!! It is software that scans the internet for LifeLock member's information such as name, address, birthdate etc... If found, LifeLock will then send an e-mail to the member letting them know that they found this information on that site. Other than that LifeLock doesn't do anything. Now, if you interviewed five different LifeLock employees you would get five different answers because no one really can describe e-Recon. TrueAddress is probably the legit software that LifeLock provides. When your address is changed thru the USPS LifeLock sends an e-mail telling the member that the address has been changed. This is very pertinent in credit card fraud and other schemes. Now, let's talk about LifeLock not being able to pay their employees on Friday, August 14, 2009. LifeLock deposited the employees monies into their banking accounts on Thursday evening and then withdrew the monies on Friday, August 14, 2009. As of this writing LifeLock employees still have not received their payroll monies. I don't know about you but I would need my payroll check. The best thing is that LifeLock prides itself with "Do What You Should"... Well, would you believe that LifeLock management did not call the agents that were off today and tell them that their monies were not in their bank accounts. Even better, they told employees to come and get checks at 4:30 p.m. and as/of 9:04 p.m. the employees still have not been paid. Of course LifeLock is blaming it on ADP but I hope you all don't believe that one. I have worked in many a financial institution and even if ADP errored the error would be corrected and 350+ checks would be cut and be ready immediately for the employees. Hmmmm.... Maybe "None Needed" doesn't need his/her check but I am sure many of the hard working agents need their monies. Please, LifeLock is a scam, scam and a scam... Wake up America....


Posted by Ben Johnson at August 15, 2009, 12:08 pm:
I was perusing the information that "None Needed" provided again and I am very confident that this person is a LifeLock executive. This person keeps talking about four things but only lists three things. Also, this person repeats his/herself so many times I lost count. Exactly like a LifeLock executive. I believe the more they repeat themselves the more they think that others will believe the rhetoric that is coming out of their mouths. By the way, an e-mail was sent to Todd Davis, CEO of LifeLock about not paying his employees until after 9:00 p.m. on Friday, August 14, 2009. Mr. Davis's reply was very distasteful for a CEO. "None Needed" has stated that LifeLock doesn't outsource. This is a BOLD FACE lie.... LifeLock outsources many things... The first is the majority of their incoming calls to a company called LiveOps. If you want to have any interesting experience, call the 1-800-LifeLock phone number and start asking questions. Hang up and do it again and ask the same questions. You will be amazed by the different answers you get based on the different agent you speak to.... Besides LiveOps, I mentioned that LifeLock uses a company called WalletLock. Their service is less than desirable. Ironically, "None Needed" states that LifeLock doesn't outsource. LifeLock outsources the most important part of their business which is when a member's identity has been breached. LifeLock has a team of individuals that look at these accounts, however, if LifeLock deems that the member's identity was truly breached, they will then refer that account to the outsourced company. Again, this is a "HUGE" gray area of LifeLock. Managers and Agents have no idea what this company does or doesn't do... Well, just some more interesting facts about a company that is a scam....


Posted by An Insider at August 19, 2009, 12:49 pm:
Ben, you got trolled. The first post by None Needed *might* have been legit, but the next few spam floodings were *probably* not done by the person who wrote the first post. I don't work for LifeLock. But I know they outsource most of their services. Particularly Their ID Theft Resolution (assisting someone who is a victim of identity theft in clearing their name), and WalletLock services. Last I knew they were using a company called CSIdentity unless that relationship has soured (google it), previous to that they were using another company. The reps who work for lifelock largely have VERY limited experience or knowledge of identity theft. The whole concept of WalletLock was ripped off from a service provided by another company they use to outsource to. Before then it didn't exist & probably never would have existed as a service to their members had it not been for that partnership. A recent ruling has made it illegal for companies to place fraud alerts on behalf of their customers. So for all you folks saying "Well I don't mind paying someone else to do that for me." Yeah...about that. I'm not going to go so far as to say that it's a scam. BUT in my openion (again only MY openion) they are the AOL of ID Theft services. And Believe it or not there are actually ID Theft service related companies who offer much more effecient prevention, mitigation, and resolution services for less money.


Posted by mfitzy111 at August 31, 2009, 11:49 am:
hey all you guys that are saying to call the reporting places and put your own fraud alert out every 90 days - help me out here- post those numbers for me. I'd like to do that rather then pay lifelock 10 bones a month. ~fitz


Posted by dizzyfingers at September 2, 2009, 8:09 am:
I think it's the so-called 'credit companies' that are scams. Did any of us ask them to collect data on us? I didn't. Who gives them the right to do it without permission from the folks whose data is collected? And they pose the collection of personal critical data as a service they're doing us, but I know from personal experience that they or their minions or someone outside their control inserted false data info my credit record, and I've tried for years to get it out and they ignore me. This, I think, is the biggest scam of all.


Posted by Richard at September 2, 2009, 7:06 pm:
I wonder: Does Lifelock wait a few months, then randomly make a call to their client, asking, "Did you sign up for a credit card? Because we detected someone trying to do that." Of course it would be fabricated, but the client, thinking Lifelock stopped a thief cold, would be overjoyed that they got Lifelock, thinking they just got saved from having their identity stolen. Read their testimonials to see how it fits: "A couple of months later, my husband received a phone call asking if he was applying for a new credit card. Someone was trying to steal his identity. Lofelock had stopped the thief cold." Of course, could imagine there was not thief, it was all fabricated by Lifelock guy on the phone.


Posted by Jason at September 4, 2009, 9:12 pm:
Wow. This site has many people posting on here that aren't subscribers. I wonder could they spend the money on this if they could. They are Wal-Mart shoppers. You want low prices. Would you spend the money to get your life locked. I don't have time to file everything. Yes it does cost money and thus I pay someone to do it for me. Please let me know. Please let me know the scam if there is one. Please let me know what it is. It seems nobody on this forum have the actual product. They can't afford it sorry. Now if you don't pay your bills then they are gonna come after you. They can't get you outta that. Wow, Richard you came here just to post that. Are you scared or just lost it man. That is normal for hosting companies and any well business. You just jumped on the bandwagon. We are working with the "mortgage back security" of companies. Yes they guarantee 1,000,000 but they can't do that. It is impossible. Nobody really watches it including me so why not hire someone.


Posted by tina at September 5, 2009, 7:55 pm:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/OptOutDetectives/blog/2009/07/24/Todd-Davis-from-Lifelock-Not-So-Protected-To-much-info-on-public-data-bases-Opting-out-would-ha


Posted by rhino two at September 14, 2009, 8:37 pm:
Most of the complaints I read in these post about Lifelock, are clearly spelled out on their web site. For instance, how they hire outside agencies to do their leg work, etc. I agree their service may be nothing special but $100/yr. is not a bad price for that service. Unless you have nothing better to do with your time than call and deal with credit breaus.


Posted by Bill at September 19, 2009, 12:11 pm:
Having been a satisfied LifeLock member for two years and a regular listener to Rush Limbaugh I kind of doubt this scam malarky. Just because some dude calling himself "Dr Frugal" says so doesn't make it true. I think if there was a chance that it was a scam Rush Limbaugh would not continue to advertise the company on the most listened to talk show in the history of radio.


Posted by rnnr_bkr at September 24, 2009, 10:05 am:
Just because you can do it for free does not make it a scam. You pay for convenience. I used to do my taxes manually with calculator and pencil. Now I use turbo tax. Is turbo tax a scam? What about house cleaning. I could do it myself for free but I don't like to do it so I pay someone. Are maid services scammers? What about oil changes, tire rotation. Oh yea I bought a cake at the bakery the other day for $25. I could of made it myself for $5. What a scam!!!! Get real people


Posted by Nevet at September 24, 2009, 3:33 pm:
For one, this blog should be reversed to show latest comments first, not have to scroll down through two years of comments which may or may not be relevant as of the latest. For anyone who's deluded themselves with the hard sell BS that Lifelock will spend their (yours actually) bucks to recover your losses in the event of your ID being stolen, and to the tune of a million bucks, read the fine print escape clause that's in your contract...then think again. The rub is you have to prove that the theft was due to Lifelock's failure to provide their advertised 'service.' Suggested reading for the uninformed: http://lifelock-scam.com/


Posted by mabestrn at September 27, 2009, 7:18 pm:
All I can do is speak from experience: I lost a driver's license over 1000 miles from home over Thanksgiving. It had my ss# on it. I called LifeLock to report it that very evening. I was instructed to file a police report in the city where it was lost. Got back home,got a new license (without ss#--and before any of you castigate me for having it on there in the first place: a few years ago it was RECOMMENDED, and I'd had the license for over 5 years. I was waiting for my renewal to change it.), and basically didn't think too much more about it. Then, in Feb., I got a call from Target, asking me about the application for an acct. Uh-oh...told him I had not applied and figuring someone had found the license & was making an online application I asked was it done online. To my astonishment, he said no, it was in person...in my own city, just miles from my home. I hung up & called LifeLock, gave them the number Target gave me. Then I called the local police to try to get an investigator to go to Target and see if they had surveillance tapes of the person who made the attempt to defraud. The next day, Babies R Us called. Same thing. Same response. That evening one other merchant called. Same response. No one got any type of credit and they WERE stopped cold. Guess they figured that license was a loser & threw it away. It has been 9 mo. and all is calm. I got my credit report and there are no breaches. The moral of this story? For ME it worked exactly as claimed. I shudder to think of what would have happened if I had not had LifeLock. Guess I would be racking up goodies at Target & Babies R Us & probably all over town--and not know a thing about it until the thief stopped paying her bills. You may think it is a fraud & that's fine. Go it alone. That is your right and priviledge. I hope it works out for you. As for me & my spouse, we will GLADLY pay LifeLock. They probably saved our credit. LifeLock ROCKS! Oh, and I don't work for LifeLock, never met Todd Davis, don't care if he buys lunch for his employees EVERY day--if he makes his $$$ honestly (no one held a gun to my head & made me buy his services)it is his business how he spends it. I think MORE bosses should spread the wealth around, after all, they don't make it alone--it is a team effort. I salute him for showing appreciation for them. Seems like everybody loves an underdog until he makes it big. This is just my own personal experience for what it's worth.


Posted by Gary at October 3, 2009, 1:37 pm:
Experian is suing LifeLock? What a joke. Experian owns Free Credit Report dot steal your money.


Posted by Tim Evans at October 24, 2009, 6:52 pm:
Just look at those stupid television ads. First there was the troubled women who seemed to have muliple personalaties. The recent television ad is a father and mentally challenged son who says "I just hope I can get my credit back to NOTHING". What? This is the best that LifeLock can do to restore his identity theft? Did he really say that on the recent advertisement blitz? That's what he said. Guess he knows LifeLock is nothing more than a SCAM.


Posted by Ron at November 5, 2009, 10:18 am:
Why should one pay to protect one's identity when there are numerous incidents of stolen laptops with data bases, hackers who steal or skim credit card information? We the cardholders, account holders, etc., didn't create the problem. Why isn't the financial industry or in the case of govt. issued ID info, the govt. either preventing the problem or paying for the solution to ID theft? $10/month per person may not be much to a millionaire but to someone who was downsized eight months ago, I can think of other things my wife and I need the money for--like groceries & gas lately! The banks and those who caused the problem should pay for this one, but I see LifeLock's marketing has convinced many to take on the expense. I'm unconvinced that it's my responsibility so far.


Posted by R Sampson at November 5, 2009, 9:35 pm:
Lifelock IS a scam- I used them for a year- not knowing any better- they don't do anything that you can't do yourself (fraud alert, credit reports)..for a whopping $99+/year, much of which is spent on advertising bombarding people with scare tactics to buy their service. I read a brilliant review in PC World & immediately switched to Debix- I've got my whole family of four covered with a better service (i.e., telephone notifications) for the cost of one lifelock subscription. Lifelock is a joke!


Posted by Daniel P at November 13, 2009, 4:35 pm:
yes you could however it is not making a couple calls, you have to have everything word for word exactly, have it sent to all three by registered letter, maybe have it notarized , not sure, I checked into what to do and how, the credit beaurus like to make it tricky


Posted by Mila at November 19, 2009, 10:21 am:
It is a scan and let me tell you why. For the past 20 months I have been a member and paid my monthly service fee for the identity protection. Your premise of how they lock everything in so you have to approve it manually is just that - a premise. They don't do it. I have applied for home mortgage in August, got approved, got the loan, purchased the house and moved into it and LifeLock never once detected any of it was happening and my social security number was on alert for protection, well guess what, you need SS # to get a mortgage. I have emailed them, called, customer service is oblivious. They have a script they follow but in essence they are useless. I have filed the complaint against the company with the government consumer protection agency and will file a lawsuit. It's not about the $10 a month, it's about the principal. They falsely advertised their "services". People have better chance of protecting themselves than giving their personal info into the hands of greedy bastards who do nothing.


Posted by John at November 19, 2009, 6:38 pm:
Interesting. It is actually rather refreshing to me that an employer actually cares about his employees. This speaks much. He (Lifelock) could very well be taking that profit and spending it on himself. Instead he generously provides for his employees. What does it say when an employer is interested in your welfare and happiness? It is not all about the bottom line. Personally, considering research shows that only about 1 out of 5 supervisors are people oriented, Todd must be a rare gem. So, it is not totally about the money. Scam? I don't think so. The informed know they can do some of these things on their own. There is a product and there is an exchange of money. This equals a transaction. Fraud is out right theft....do we see that here? I don't think so. It's like television. If you don't like what you see, go elsewhere.


Posted by Don Easley at December 2, 2009, 8:17 pm:
(3)Year costumer of LifeLock, Thank You - Not much more to say - at least they charge up front , these places that give you a Free credit report are Free (IF) YOU GO BACK WITHIN 30 days and go through the hoops to withdraw or you get Charged every month from then ON.Thank You LifeLock.


Posted by Don Easley at December 2, 2009, 8:28 pm:
G - Was just thinking about getting LifeLock for the United States Government - maby we can keep from Getting Scamed - sopposed to be WE The People?


Posted by nsga at December 6, 2009, 7:53 pm:
I have gone through this posting. If you want to call scam look at the credit card companies. If you get a charge on your card try to get it off without going to a lawyer. As to the price, I tried to start a company that would assist people with their health insurance insuring all monies the insurance companies should pay was paid. Everyone I spoke to loved the idea but could not see paying the $10.00 per month for the service. I was contacted many times by people that wanted to start but had previous bills they wanted to submit. When they got their check back and told I would not be able to help them because the date of service was (long) before they wanted to join I was accused of being a scam artist. It was not worth the hassle to continual the business because most people do not want to pay anything until they get nailed with a large bill then because I would not help them they stated I was a scam artist. I did send 10 names of lawyers that would do my job but they charged from 20 to 25 percent of what they would save them. That was a scam also. So wake up people YOU HAVE TO PAY FOR A SERVICE if you want to use it's benefits. If you look at all the bad press, look at who is creating it. News media only prints what the writer thinks should be the truth not the real truth. Any type of lender (credit card companies included) only tell you what they want you to hear. Try to get something changed on your credit report, first it is off then back on. The best if you want to yell scam look at your government leaders, if any of them were honest all parties work to get them out ASAP. So either pay for a service or not your choice just don't complain after the fact if you get nailed by someone. Nothing is perfect and if you have a computer that goes on line someone can hack it especially if you use Windows software. GOOD LUCK


Posted by John Hunt at December 9, 2009, 1:28 pm:
If everyone knew how much a scam the credit reporting agencies are there would or should I say, should be, a congressional investigation where they post any misinformation they want on your credit report without any verification if the one posting the information is paid up on their "dues"It is up to the individual to find out and then contact them AND then you have to make the corrections.


Posted by Jose at December 28, 2009, 9:14 pm:
I'm a customer of LifeLock for about a year and a half and the only thing that I wish them to cover is Credit Card Fraud. I have been hit on two different occasion on credit card purchases that I didn't make, when I called to Lifelock they told me that they will be monitoring my credit but thay recommended for me to call the Police and let them know about the illegal charges on my credit cards. Other than that I do have a credit alert on my credit that every time I use my credit for anything the credit agencies call my number to verify my identity. I was about to change services with Identity Guard but after seen some customer reviews I think that I'm keeping my current membership with Lifelock. I least they have a very good customer service compared with the dumb ass from Identity Guard that couldn't even answer my questions about their service.


Posted by Lori Queen at January 2, 2010, 4:20 am:
see lifelock.com for accurate info, long time member....-Lori


Posted by Bob at January 6, 2010, 4:55 am:
- still no phone # listed for the 3 credit agencies...last time I looked it up it seemed like you had to do more than call each company, but I am sure it is worth it.....Bill, if Rush Limbaugh endorses something that should make you think twice about it - may have a popular radio show, but smoking was popular once....


Posted by Nikki Stanley at January 20, 2010, 4:12 pm:
Wow...By reading some of these commits it looks like most of you have no clue what you're talking about. I have to ask, those of you calling it a scam, have you ever even had service with lifelock. Exactly!!! Every time I go to get any kind of credit I have to speak straight to them and answer questions only I would know to verify it is me. I work two jobs and do good to remember to eat, let alone do everything myself to protect my credit. I'll pay 10 bucks a month for piece of mind any day. LIFELOCK ROCKS!!!


Posted by Harold Richter at February 2, 2010, 9:04 am:
It looks like lifelock has adopted some of the practices that the large corporations use, that I consider either borderline, or blatantly unethical. I decided not to renew my lifelock subscription when they stopped putting fraud alerts out and never informed me of any change in services. When their renewal notice came in the mail, I opened it and because I wasn't renewing, I gave it a quick glance and trashed it. A month later my credit card bill came. Lifelock had decided, on their own, that they had an entitlement to my credit card and had charged me for another years subscription. I called them and cancelled. They said that they had mailed a letter to me stating that they had put me on automatic subscription renewal. I never said they could use my credit card for anything. They just went ahead and did it. They also charged me for the month of coverage that I didn't want and didn't think I had, until my credit card bill arrived. Just like larger corporations, they claim ownership of every dime they can, whether they rate it, or not. I don't do business with companies that twist ethics to fit their own wants. I'm already stuck with government and taxes. Why should I welcome more, when I have a choice?


Posted by James D. at February 2, 2010, 9:49 am:
I read the good and bad comments on this site..just to let you know just about every big company has sites that call them scams or scammers or frauds etc. Most folks calling the company a scam etc. have no experience with the company, or don't have all the facts, or flat out lie. Do extensive research on any company you are going to sign on with, and not just look at one or two sites with bad reviews or experiences. Also I wonder, what percent of actual customers are satisfied with Lifelock? I bet it is large. If you have any brain at all you'd see that most of the complainers don't have all the facts. I may just sign up to Lifelock, because I am starting to get fraud calls. Research, research, research!


Posted by Rushnot at February 24, 2010, 11:59 pm:
Sorry, but I can't stomach the idea of buying anything endorsed by Rush Limbaugh.


Posted by Fred at March 1, 2010, 9:12 am:
LifeLock's ads are certainly misleading. The "$1 Million" guarantee they advertise won't help you if your identity is stolen. It's a "service guarantee" that only pays if they fail to do the simple things that you can do yourself for free. And using their service, you're more likely to inconvenience yourself than stop an identity theft.


Posted by sam at March 6, 2010, 2:14 pm:
Lifelock is the lousiest company I have dealt with. I worked there for 2 years and know first hand how in competant the workings are. When I started the IT security system was a joke . Agents would collect information of people over the phone and they could type the information in microsoft word and email themselves and they could sell it anyone. I had so many customers who woul give their credit card information to the agent working for lifelock and in a week or so the same credit card would get compromised. So many agents also worked from home so easy to steal the personal information ...lol Your information gets stolen right at the company u are paying to protect it.. its a joke dont enroll with lifelock trust me run run run run


Posted by stan at March 6, 2010, 10:46 pm:
Lifelock took the owner's social security number off the commercial after his identity was stolen because of it. You will not see that commercial on TV anymore Obviously it doesn't work as they say and in essence is a scam


Posted by Sarita at March 9, 2010, 12:42 am:
I'm just reading 2010 info here and see that Rush Limbaugh recs Lifelock. Since I know he investigates companies before accepting them as advertisers, I am signing up with LL tomorrow. Thanks for this site.


Posted by David at March 10, 2010, 10:59 am:
Lifelock fined $12 Million by the FTC and 35 States charging that their claims of identity protection are false. Thus, Lifelock now OFFICIALLY a scam. That settles that argument. http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2010/03/lifelock.shtm


Posted by Martin at March 10, 2010, 2:05 pm:
The most disturbing part of the FTC fine and report relates to Lifelock's own carelessness in protecting consumer data stored in its OWN files. They aren't even protecting their own customer data. Add to this the fact that the CEO's own identify was stolen (and he himself was a Lifelock customer!), and you have a company that should not exist at all.


Posted by Bob at March 11, 2010, 12:56 pm:
Interesting reading. http://www.pcworld.com/article/191092/lifelock_to_pay_12_million_to_settle_ftc_states_complaint.html


Posted by Tyrone at March 15, 2010, 11:31 am:
All I know is that I "knew" Lifelock was a scam when I first came to this page, but in reading all this, I'm KNOW now that it is not. They seem to be a legit company providing a legit service. And just like someone said before - I could paint my house for free, but I think I'd rather pay someone else to do it LoLz. And for the record, of COURSE you arent gonna get called by them when you file for a mortgage - WHO THE H*LL SCAMS TO BUY A HOUSE???? - Cause, um, you'd know where the scammers live now, wouldnt you..... 0_o


Posted by Bobbie at March 15, 2010, 2:04 pm:
Say folks, something isn't right here. You keep saying you can get the info for FREE... PLEASE tell me how? You are entitled to ONE free report from each company (3) ONCE per year. Beyond that you have to pay all three agencys or one (for all three reports) far more expensive than Lifelock or any other. I don't have any now but will as soon as I decide which one. I used to check with all 3 agencies one time per year. When my husband and I went to purchase a travel trailir I was told my credit was bad. 6 months before it was 910. Now it was 422. Sometone had gotten my social security number, in a state clear cross country and opened a phone account I knew nothing about. This was for an amount of $120 and it took 7 months to clear it up. The phone company involved said I had to do a police report (in anothr State who would not do it for that amount unless I came to that State) then had to prove I was not in the other state at the time the account was open and on and on. Finally the phone company said it was fraud. I asked to have this info srent to the 3 credit agencies and they said the would BUT it would take up to 4 months for them to do it! So if you think once a year is enough you are wrong. If you can tell me now to get the info from the credit agencies FREE more than once a year PLEASE tell us. What I went through, checking my own credit, was horrific. I will get help but not sure which agency to do that with.


Posted by Mit at March 15, 2010, 6:49 pm:
Lifelock said “Your documents, while in our care, will be treated as if they were cash.” FTC said Lifelock "Created an unnecessary risk to personal information by storing it on the network and transmitting it over the network and the internet in clear readable text;" I feel sorry for the 1.7 million victims of Lifelock


Posted by Randy Bezinque at March 22, 2010, 7:40 am:
LifeLock is a worthless company. Its only valuable until you need it. I had LifeLock and reported a fraudulent withdrawal from my checking account. LifeLock agreed it was a fraud and deposited the money in my checking account. Two days later they took the money back out of my checking account. As a result it created an negative balance on my checking account and several NSF checks. They never reimburse me for the fraudulent claim and never explained why. They have several negative comments on the internet from people just like me. Please don’t get caught up in their lies to totally protect you from fraud.


Posted by This Guy at March 22, 2010, 8:49 am:
I saw a plethora of messages pertaining to "they do things you can't do yourself" claims. Well, from personal experience, I've had claims taken off of my credit report in less than six weeks. Four years ago, I cosigned a loan for a very good friend. Sadly, they defaulted on the loan and I was never notified, therefore, it went on my credit report. Two years ago I was getting ready to buy a new vehicle, so I got one of my free credit reports. I was under the impression that my credit was excellent, only to find out that it was substandard at best. The defaulted loan was the reason. After contacting Experian, I found out I needed a letter from the loan company stating that I was not responsible for the loan. I called them and had the letter inside of a week. I made a copy and mailed it to Experian, and viola, two weeks later I was in a new vehicle with a MUCH better interest rate than I could have hoped for at my incorrect credit score. So, there you have it. Someone actually doing something on their own for once. All it took was a (usually free) credit report, a coupld phone calls, and a letter.


Posted by Bill Vojtech at April 5, 2010, 7:32 am:
When I hear "class action law suit" I think scam. Not LifeLock, but the law suit.


Posted by Frank Sanders at April 7, 2010, 6:24 am:
You can put a credit freeze on your credit at all three credit bureaus. The cost is a few dollars per bureau. Afterwords anyone that wants to access your credit report needs a PIN number. This effectively stops anyone from issuing cards, opening accounts under your name. This is the best way of protecting your credit, and it costs practically nothing (a one-time fee of a few dollars). Credit monitoring services are an expensive scam of little value. Anyone that signs up for lifelock or any other such service is throwing a monthly fee out the window.


Posted by bob at April 12, 2010, 11:27 am:
Todd Davis is a tool: http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendId=388730644&blogId=532659819


Posted by Kathy Kinney at June 1, 2010, 4:18 pm:
Does this have anything to do with the possible theft of names of subscribers and on line addresses? Did someone hack LifeLock's customer list?


Posted by Phone Numbers at June 15, 2010, 4:50 am:
OK I will believe it to be a "SCAM" but as I read though all these comments, there was at least three times (If not more) that people ask for phone numbers of the Credit Bureau's that other said said it was so eay to do. Where are these?


Posted by Ben Johnson at June 15, 2010, 10:09 pm:
It has been some time since I have posted any comments on this site. A lot has happened since that time. The most recent events done by LifeLock is the termination of 75 employees. Now, I can understand downsizing but usually the company communicates with the employees. Not LifeLock. LifeLock called their employees the night before their shift was to start and told them over the phone they were terminated and gave them no idea why and the only explanation was that they would receive a package in the mail in approximately 5 business days explaining why they were terminated. What a Fantastic way of caring for their people. LifeLock's motto use to be "Paradise Plact to Work". It sure doesn't sound like paradise to receive a phone call saying you are terminated. LifeLock has consistently been a company that handles everything they do with NO CLASS.... How can they have class when there CEO the Cheshire smiling Todd David and the original LifeLock CEO was a felon. By the way, LifeLock employee Tamika's identity was stolen while working for LifeLock. LifeLock persuaded New Times to not print that part of the article. LifeLock is nothing more than a shell stealing hard earned money from the public.


Posted by Peregrine at June 17, 2010, 12:29 am:
I am amused by all of the comments saying that LifeLock is a scam because "you can do all these things on your own." This is true pretty much of the entire service industry. Is a bar a scam because you could mix your own cocktail? Is a psychiatrist a scam because you could work out your emotional issues? How about having your oil changed - can you believe those crooks at Jiffy Lube charge you to change your oil, when with just a little time and sweat you could do it yourself??? The services provided by Lifelock aren't even free, as far as I know, and they replace everything but cash and pictures if you lose your wallet, and make all the phone calls for you. But that is beside the point. I am no expert on LifeLock, but these people constantly writing that something is a "scam" because you could do it yourself are stupid beyond belief and truly need to stop posting.


Posted by Ben Johnson at June 17, 2010, 5:16 pm:
Interesting posting by Peregrine. I would say you must be a LifeLock robot of Todd "Cheshire Cat" Davis... LifeLock never has helped their customers replace anything. Oh yes, they will sit on the phone while the customer calls all of his/her credit card companies, DMV etc and if they are lucky the LifeLock agent just might make the calls for them. I think it is AMAZING for the Cheshire Cat CEO Todd David to tell the Business Journal that he was proud to announce that he was terminating LifeLock employee's employment. Only the Cheshire Cat Davis would find that as a proud announcement. If you ever want an interesting experience call 1800Lifelock and ask questions about what services and guarantees they provide. Hang up and then call back and you will find you get completely different answers. Pretty interesting experience.


Posted by BzzAgent at June 25, 2010, 12:25 pm:
I have been given a year trial membership to Life Lock to use the service and talk about it. Sure, some of the things they do you can do for yourself but will you, before it's too late? I am pleased with their proactive approach to protecting my identity my favorite was removing me from pre-paid credit card offers. I fortunately have not had to use their service in the event of an identity breach and I am hoping that the point of their service is true, that I wouldn't ever have to use it to fix a breach.


Posted by Luis at July 16, 2010, 5:15 pm:
Lifelock is a scam I was a customer but a soon as I found out that that company is only a scam I cancelled my membership. I now I don't know what company to look at since I currently don't have Identity theft protection. I can even prove that lifelock is a scam visit this website to find out for yourselves. http://lifelock-scam.com/lifelock-scam-closing-down/ Remember don't get fooled!!!


Posted by Lois at August 3, 2010, 10:38 am:
Lifelock is listed with the Better Business Bureau and has a very good reputation.


Posted by B J at August 5, 2010, 12:00 pm:
I HAVE A FRIEND THAT HAS DEBIX AND HER IDENTIY WAS STOLEN RECENTLY & SHE HAS WORKED VERY HARD TO GET HER RECORDS CORRECTED. THEY HAVE HELPED, BUT SHE HAS DONE AS MUCH, IF NOT MORE, THEN THEY HAVE.IN MY OPINION THEY SHOULD HAVE CAUGHT IT IN THE FIRST PLACE. FOR ME THAT LEAVES LIFELOCK AND I AM STILL NOT SURE IF IT IS WORTH IT. STILL LOOKING...


Posted by Rollo at October 15, 2010, 4:13 pm:
I cancelled Lifelock. It is a ripoff, I moved my business, cahnged the addresses on all my bank accounts and credit cards and Lifelock never noticed or notified me. When I called to find out I got a sales pitch about how I was "protected anyway" They said they would check into why these changes were not caught and get back to me. They never did.


Posted by dveldg at October 26, 2010, 6:46 am:
For Release: 03/09/2010 LifeLock Will Pay $12 Million to Settle Charges by the FTC and 35 States That Identity Theft Prevention and Data Security Claims Were False LifeLock, Inc. has agreed to pay $11 million to the Federal Trade Commission and $1 million to a group of 35 state attorneys general to settle charges that the company used false claims to promote its identity theft protection services, which it widely advertised by displaying the CEO’s Social Security number on the side of a truck. In one of the largest FTC-state coordinated settlements on record, LifeLock and its principals will be barred from making deceptive claims and required to take more stringent measures to safeguard the personal information they collect from customers. “While LifeLock promised consumers complete protection against all types of identity theft, in truth, the protection it actually provided left enough holes that you could drive a truck through it,” said FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz. “This agreement effectively prevents LifeLock from misrepresenting that its services offer absolute prevention against identity theft because there is unfortunately no foolproof way to avoid ID theft,” Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan said. “Consumers can take definitive steps to minimize the chances of having their personal information stolen, and this settlement will help them make more informed decisions about whether to enroll in ID theft protection services.” Since 2006, LifeLock’s ads have claimed that it could prevent identity theft for consumers willing to sign up for its $10-a-month service. According to the FTC’s complaint, LifeLock has claimed: “By now you’ve heard about individuals whose identities have been stolen by identity thieves . . . LifeLock protects against this ever happening to you. Guaranteed.” “Please know that we are the first company to prevent identity theft from occurring.” “Do you ever worry about identity theft? If so, it’s time you got to know LifeLock. We work to stop identity theft before it happens.” The FTC’s complaint charged that the fraud alerts that LifeLock placed on customers’ credit files protected only against certain forms of identity theft and gave them no protection against the misuse of existing accounts, the most common type of identity theft. It also allegedly provided no protection against medical identity theft or employment identity theft, in which thieves use personal information to get medical care or apply for jobs. And even for types of identity theft for which fraud alerts are most effective, they do not provide absolute protection. They alert creditors opening new accounts to take reasonable measures to verify that the individual applying for credit actually is who he or she claims to be, but in some instances, identity thieves can thwart even reasonable precautions. New account fraud, the type of identity theft for which fraud alerts are most effective, comprised only 17 percent of identity theft incidents, according to an FTC survey released in 2007. The FTC’s complaint further alleged that LifeLock also claimed that it would prevent unauthorized changes to customers’ address information, that it constantly monitored activity on customer credit reports, and that it would ensure that a customer always would receive a telephone call from a potential creditor before a new account was opened. The FTC charged that those claims were false. In addition to its deceptive identity theft protection claims, LifeLock allegedly made claims about its own data security that were not true. According to the FTC, LifeLock routinely collected sensitive information from its customers, including their social security numbers and credit card numbers. The company claimed: “Only authorized employees of LifeLock will have access to the data that you provide to us, and that access is granted only on a ‘need to know’ basis.” “All stored personal data is electronically encrypted.” “LifeLock uses highly secure physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard the confidentiality and security of the data you provide to us.” The FTC charged that LifeLock’s data was not encrypted, and sensitive consumer information was not shared only on a “need to know” basis. In fact, the agency charged, the company’s data system was vulnerable and could have been exploited by those seeking access to customer information. The FTC and state settlements with LifeLock bar deceptive claims, and prohibit the company from misrepresenting the “means, methods, procedures, effects, effectiveness, coverage, or scope of any identity theft protection service.” They also bar misrepresentations about the risk of identity theft, and the manner and extent to which LifeLock protects consumers’ personal information. In addition, the settlements require LifeLock to establish a comprehensive data security program and obtain biennial independent third-party assessments of that program for twenty years. The Attorneys General of Alaska, Arizona, California, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and West Virginia participated in this settlement. In addition to LifeLock, the FTC complaint named co-founders Richard Todd Davis and Robert J. Maynard, Jr., who will be barred from the same misrepresentations as LifeLock. The Commission vote to authorize staff to file the complaint and the settlement with LifeLock and Richard Todd Davis was 4-0. The Commission vote to authorize staff to file the settlement with Robert J. Maynard, Jr. was 3-1, with Commissioner J. Thomas Rosch dissenting. The documents were filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona. The FTC will use the $11 million it receives from the settlements to provide refunds to consumers. It will be sending letters to the current and former customers of LifeLock who may be eligible for refunds under the settlement, along with instructions for applying. Customers do not have to contact the FTC to be eligible for refunds. Up-to-date information about the redress program can be found at 202-326-3757 and at www.ftc.gov/lifelock. NOTE: The Commission files a complaint when it has “reason to believe” that the law has been or is being violated, and it appears to the Commission that a proceeding is in the public interest. The complaint is not a finding or ruling that the defendant has actually violated the law. Stipulated judgements are for settlement purposes only and do not constitute an admission by the defendant of a law violation. Consent judgments have the force of law when signed by the judge. In addition to announcing the LifeLock case, the FTC’s Northeast Regional Office sponsored an event to kick off National Consumer Protection week. The goal was to alert consumers to the top complaint categories in the Northeast Region and to arm consumers with the tools to recognize and protect themselves against all types of fraud. Also participating were the Better Business Bureau serving Metropolitan New York, the New York Attorney General’s Office, the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs, and AARP. The Federal Trade Commission works for the consumer to prevent fraudulent, deceptive, and unfair business practices and to provide information to help spot, stop, and avoid them. To file a complaint in English or Spanish, click http://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov or call 1-877-382-4357. The FTC enters Internet, telemarketing, identity theft, and other fraud-related complaints into Consumer Sentinel, a secure, online database available to more than 1,800 civil and criminal law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and abroad. For free information on a variety of consumer topics, click http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/consumer.shtm. MEDIA CONTACT: Claudia Bourne Farrell Office of Public Affairs 202-326-2181 STAFF CONTACT: Maneesha Mithal or David Lincicum Bureau of Consumer Protection 202-326-2771 or 202-326 2773 (FTC File No. 072-3069) (Lifelock)


Posted by Duhweknow at November 30, 2010, 3:04 pm:
Life lock works, despite all the negative things. Ever have you identity stolen? Tired of unsolicited phone calls, e-mails and mail? Use something similar to life lock, there are many companies out there. You choose which one suites your needs.


Posted by Mama Grizzly at December 5, 2010, 2:22 pm:
Hey, I just received my LifeLock lawsuit check today, all $10.87 worth. Ha! You've got to be kidding me. The Feds/States are at it again. And the Lawyers???!!! don't get me started. This was a shake down of monumental proportions. Get the frick out of my facial people!!! I have had LifeLock for 2 years after my wallet was stolen with all my info. Not one occurance of identity theft so far. And, when I got new phone service with a different company this year, an email was waiting for me from LL about my credit being checked and was I aware of it, by the time I got back home. Say what you will, but I think I'll keep the service.


Posted by Katlady at December 7, 2010, 6:33 am:
I have had LL for 2 years and will renew again in January. I get my credit reports from all 3 bureaus on a regular basis. I also get updates from LL whenever there is an inquiry regarding my credit. I have never had a problem with their customer service either. I will definitely keep LL, since I'm single and semi-retired and it helps my peace of mind. I received my lawsuit check too, and it really is a joke. I agree with Mama Grizzly - the lawyers and feds probably got most of the money.


Posted by Candice at January 20, 2011, 12:59 pm:
LIFELOCK COMMITTED FRUAD AGAINST ME! lifelock tried to charge a renewal fee on a credit card that I cancelled (I cancelled because I didnt want them to charge my CC). They got denial, and sent me a letter telling me to call and update my account. I called and told them I did not want to update my account. A couple days later lifelock charged my personal checking account and overdrew the account! I called, they said they would write me a check for the 148.50 renewal charge but nothing else...what about all of my overdraft charges???? DONT USE LIFELOCK! THEY TAKE ALL OF YOUR ACCOUNT INFORMATION AND THEN CHARGE WHATEVER ACCOUNT THEY WANT WHENEVER THEY WANT, EVEN AFTER YOU CANCEL


Posted by Oh, WHAT to do ? at January 25, 2011, 3:48 pm:
I would like protection…IF that is even possible. But now I can’t help but wonder if supplying my personal information to possibly unethical employees or unprotected company files is the wisest move. Especially after reading about the FTC settlement. At least a couple times in this thread, someone has asked about phone numbers for the Big Three credit reporting agencies, in order to possibly “Do-It-Yourself”. Well, I went looking - - - Even THAT took some doing, as they ALL seem to want to do business only on-line or by mail. I guess that is somewhat understandable. I did a search for “Security Freeze” information at “The Big Three” as that is mostly what I think I am interested in. I will list the phone numbers I could find for each (((as of today’s date))), as well as a link to a page on each companies web site. Then below those, just a short blurb about the feature I was most interested in, a Security Freeze. Fees appear to vary depending on your State of residence. For MN, each fee appeared to be $5.00, but I saw some as high as $20.00. Please do some reading to see if the “Do-It-Yourself” approach is more to your liking, or if you are comfortable enough with going with a “service” such as Lifelock, Debix, or a handful of others to handle your security needs. . Trans Union – 888-909-8872 or 800-916-8800 http://www.transunion.com/corporate/personal/fraudIdentityTheft/fraudPrevention/securityFreeze.page Equifax – 800-685-1111 or in NY 800-349-9960 https://help.equifax.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/160 Experian – 888-397-3742 https://www.experian.com/consumer/security_freeze.html “Security Freeze” from the Experian web site: Security freezes are designed to prevent a credit reporting company from releasing your credit report without your consent. However, you should be aware that using a security freeze to take control over who is allowed access to the personal and financial information in your file may delay, interfere with or prohibit the timely approval of any subsequent request or application you make regarding a new loan, credit, mortgage, insurance, government services or payments, rental housing, employment, investment, license, cellular telephone, utilities, digital signature, Internet credit card transaction or other services, including an extension of credit at point of sale. When you place a security freeze on your file, you will be provided a personal identification number or password to use if you choose to remove the security freeze from your file or authorize the temporary release of your credit report for a specific person or period after the security freeze is in place. To provide that authorization, you must contact the reporting agency and provide all the following: Good luck !


Posted by John Q. Public at February 11, 2011, 3:44 pm:
You can request your own credit lock but I doubt you would know where to go for monitoring black market websites. Do you know how to look for people who are might be selling your information. The credit lock didn't protect me from someone selling my bank information and credit card numbers online.


Posted by Doug at April 2, 2011, 6:40 pm:
Wow there a lot of people who think $10 a month is a lot of money. Do you all cut your own hair too. Ridiculous.


Posted by Bill P. at April 2, 2011, 6:53 pm:
Lifelock is very corrupt. I had a membership and had to cancel because they did nothing for me. I paid and got no protection at all. I tried on several occasion to cancel my membership and they keep charging me. Each time I call, they say, "sorry sir, there was a glitch and we will credit your account" then several days later there is a small credit, but not the entire fee and they keep doing it. I had to get a lawyer to make them stop. I live right here in the Scottsdale area and they tried to rob me, I can imagine what they are doing to the rest of the country. BIG SCAM.....


Posted by who says at April 29, 2011, 3:30 pm:
well i just enrolled in lifelock today because of the security breach on sony playstation network.. its a piece of mind and I can afford 10 bucks a month. I feel alot better that they will stop and secure my hard earnings I worked hard for!! It may not be for alot of you that have your own opinions dissing this service but I am a busy person and its nice to have I have back up when someone other than myself tries to do a crime or ruin all that I have worked for using my information!


Posted by Tom Z at July 20, 2011, 7:02 pm:
Someone just tried to apply for a Chace Credit Card today using my SS#. Lifelock just alerted me about it today.


Posted by Amused at September 9, 2011, 2:09 am:
Wow this blog has been going on for years... People are still debating haha. Like it our not Lifelock is a legit company and they aren't goin away anytime soon. The service has even changed since these posts started.


Posted by Amused at September 9, 2011, 2:11 am:
Wow this blog has been going on for years... People are still debating haha. Like it our not Lifelock is a legit company and they aren't goin away anytime soon. The service has even changed since these posts started.


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