AAA was founded in 1902 as a nonprofit federation of clubs and currently has 56 million members in the United States and Canada.
AAA uses Experian ProtectMyID to provide members and consumers with identity theft protection. Experian, one of three major credit bureaus, provides information services, analytical tools, and marketing services.
With ProtectMyID, customers can obtain identity theft insurance, lost wallet protection, real-time fraud alerts, dark web surveillance, social security number monitoring, child identity monitoring, fraud resolution support, and more.
Keep reading to learn more about AAA's ProtectMyID services and to view customer reviews.
AAA offers three identity protection plans that consumers can choose from. The ProtectMyID Essential Coverage plan is free for those who have an AAA membership while the ProtectMyID Deluxe Coverage plan costs $10.95 per month and the ProtectMyID Platinum Coverage plan costs $15.95 per month.
These plan options are priced relatively low when compared to the prices of other companies in the identity theft protection industry.
AAA offers lost wallet assistance as a part of its identity theft protection service.
Customers can securely store important personal information like debit card and medical card numbers in one safe place, as well as cancel and replace cards with a single phone call in the event of a lost or stolen wallet.
AAA provides its customers with up to $1 million in identity theft insurance, so customers can rest assured that they will be covered in the event of identity theft.
It's important to note, however, that AAA Premier members who sign up for the free ProtectMyID plan will only be able to receive up to $10,000 in identity theft insurance.
In the event of identity theft, AAA does not offer credit restoration services. For example, the company does not provide its customers with legal support or limited power of attorney to help restore their credit.
It's important to note that some other identity theft protection companies do offer full restoration services to identity theft victims.
The insurance company will only monitor and protect up to three cards per account. Additionally, the company requires customers to manually add the cards that they would like to be protected from identity fraud.
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