Founded in 2007 and headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, InfoArmor operates with the purpose of combining in-depth global research and actionable intelligence to comprehensively put a stop to identity threats.

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The Good

  • Competitive Pricing
  • Monitoring Services
  • Recovery Help
  • Insurance

Competitive Pricing

InfoArmor’s individual plan costs $14.95 per month or $149.95 per year, while its family plan costs $24.95 per month or $249.95 per year. These prices are competitive with other top companies in the industry.

Monitoring Services

InfoArmor offers a number of monitoring services, including credit monitoring, financial account monitoring, and social security number monitoring, to better catch identity theft before it actually happens.

Recovery Help

InfoArmor provides assistance with preexisting conditions, as well as medical and criminal identity recovery. The company also offers list wallet services.


In the event of identity theft, InfoArmor provides up to $1 million in identity theft insurance. This policy covers and reimburses customers for expenses related to the theft.

The Bad

  • No Internet Scanning
  • No Antivirus Software

No Internet Scanning

Although InfoArmor offers several other monitoring services, the company does not provide its customers with internet scanning to ensure that their personal information is not being sold or traded online.

No Antivirus Software

InfoArmor does not offer antivirus software to protect sensitive data on its customers’ computers.

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The Bottom Line

InfoArmor offers competitively priced identity protection plans that include a number of monitoring services, recovery assistance, and up to $1 million in identity theft insurance. However, the company does not provide internet scanning or antivirus software.

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    October 6th, 2016 Columbia, SC

    I received an alert regarding a credit card. I called customer service and they helped me through the alert in a prompt, professional manner.

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    June 8th, 2016 Waldorf, MD

    The registration page on their website makes attempting to establish a password ridiculous! Even when following the instructions precisely the password is never strong enough. I am requesting a refund and will just take my chances dodging the low lifes who steal from honest people. This service is not worth the hassle. Ron Hall.

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    October 13th, 2014 New York, NY

    the review score for the article is admittedly biased against exclusive B2B services. As an employee who works at a company that offers this service, i am glad that Info Armor does not offer B2C services. I would imagine that Info Armor would be greatly incentivized to provide exceptional service in the B2B exclusive environment. Why would they want to risk having an entire company of employee/customers upset with them, if they did not provide timely and effective support to the one employee/customer that needed it?

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    April 21st, 2014 Durham, NC

    InfoArmor does cover me and my whole family. There service is top notch.

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