GettingSafer offers identity theft protection services starting at $24.95 per month. The company offers both individual and family protection plans. These plans include identity theft restoration services, alerts, monthly all-safe reports, identity theft insurance, and more. New GettingSafer members can obtain a full 30 days of free identity protection services.
GettingSafer offers new members free identity theft protection services for 30 days. This 30-day free trial period is significantly longer than what other companies in the identity protection industry offer. Those interested in GettingSafer’s identity protection services will be able to get a good idea of what the company has to offer and what the services can do for them before they make any financial commitments.
GettingSafer offers the following plan options:
The GettingSafer website states that each plan includes “discover-based coverage, secure enrollment, proactive identity monitoring, suspicious activity alerts, personal ID theft risk score, monthly all-safe reports, $1,00,000 of ID theft insurance, and fully managed ID restoration.”
Identity restoration and insurance are important aspects to keep in mind when researching identity protection services. Those interested in GettingSafer services will see that the company gives customers $1,000,000 in identity theft insurance along with full restoration services if customers fall victim to identity theft. Additionally, the company’s website explains that it will provide identity protection “coverage for identity theft events that occurred prior to enrollment if they are first discovered during your membership period.”
GettingSafer does offer some information on its website regarding service features and plans; however, the company does not provide other important information about money-back/refund policies, contract terms and conditions, antivirus or other protective software, identity theft types that it protects customers from, etc. The majority of other companies in the identity theft protection industry offer this information and more.
GettingSafer does not seem to offer various services that many other identity protection companies offer including credit/other monitoring services, couples discounts, fraud notifications/alerts, credit scores and credit reports, etc.