Up to $1 Million
Helpful Favorable Review
Donna Restaino Glastonbury, CT
My credit was merged with another person who had many unpaid bills. My credit reports showed the other person's name and all the bad credit from this person. Chris G. at AllClear worked with me to get it all straightened out and cleared up. He communicated with me all the time and was so nice. Thank you Chris.
1 year ago
Helpful Critical Review
Thomas San Jose, CA
They are very rude people, they offer fraud alert features that allow the customer to easily turn ON, but they do not make it easy for the customer if they need to turn off. The service seems very unhelpful.
3 years ago
Helpful Favorable Review
Gabe Burton Riverton, UT
I’ve had two occasions where are I was either notified or contacted LifeLock about possible identity theft. In both cases, they were very helpful and neither one resulted in any type of identity theft.
1 month ago
Helpful Critical Review
john oates Sebastian, FL
My VPN stopped working. the agent couldn't fix it so they put me on hold for 2 FRICKING HOURS then some foreign speaking guy tells me the servers are down to call back in 2 hours. This SUCKS! I had to wait 2 hours to be told to call back????? Whata messed up "Service" Center
11 months ago
Although AllClear ID and LifeLock do have some similarities, a few clear differences set each company apart. Here are just a few of the many differences potential customers should keep in mind:
When it comes to plan options, LifeLock has more to offer than AllClear ID. LifeLock offers three different plans that range from basic to extensive identity protection services: the Select plan, the Advantage plan, and the Ultimate Plus plan. Additionally, the company offers each plan option to individuals and families.
AllClear ID, on the other hand, appears to only offer two plan options: a personal enrollment plan and a sponsored service plan. The personal enrollment plan is available to anyone, and the sponsored service is only offered to consumers who have a code from a separate organization/business.
The variety of options that LifeLock provides makes it easy for consumers to get their desired amount of identity protection coverage.
While LifeLock offers two types of family coverage (one that covers two adults and one that covers two adults and up to five children/dependents), AllClear ID does not appear to provide a dedicated family plan option. AllClear ID does, however, offer child scan monitoring services.
LifeLock provides great coverage options for families. If you have children, LifeLock is worth considering.
Each LifeLock plan can also be paid for on a monthly or annual basis. If customers choose the annual payment option, they can save how much money they pay per month.
It is unclear if AllClear ID provides customers with payment options. The company also does not seem to provide upfront information on its website regarding its pricing for each plan.
LifeLock may be the right choice for you if you're looking for a company that offers annual and monthly payment options.
When it comes to monitoring services, both companies have quite a bit to offer. AllClear ID offers credit monitoring, bank account monitoring, driver’s license monitoring, and more in its personal enrollment plan.
LifeLock offers similar monitoring services along with identity verification monitoring, dark web monitoring, single-bureau credit monitoring, etc. LifeLock customers may, however, have to pay a higher amount to obtain all of the monitoring services that the company offers since there are a limited number of monitoring services provided in the company’s cheapest plan option (the Select plan).
Both companies offer several useful monitoring services. Each company lists its monitoring services online. If you are curious about specific monitoring services offered, we recommend that you visit both websites.
Although AllClear ID does provide a number of quality identity protection services, the company does not seem to offer any device security options like LifeLock.
Starting with the Select plan, LifeLock customers can obtain security and VPN for up to five devices including personal computers, mac computers, and mobile devices. Customers who upgrade to the other two plans can obtain even more advanced security options. These device security features plus LifeLock’s affiliation with Norton sets LifeLock apart from most identity protection companies.
LifeLock is a great choice if you're looking for a company that provides device security services.
With what is mentioned above plus the fact that LifeLock receives more reviews and has a higher rating than AllClear ID, it’s no surprise that LifeLock’s services are highly recommended. The company clearly stands out in the identity protection industry due to its advanced, Norton-provided security features, reputation, and wide range of coverage.
Yes. AllClear ID and LifeLock provide credit monitoring services for every plan option they offer. It is unclear if AllClear ID provides three-bureau monitoring or not. With LifeLock, customers can only obtain three-bureau credit monitoring services by signing up for the company's Ultimate Plus plan. The other two plan options that the company provides include one-bureau monitoring services.
Yes. Both AllClear and LifeLock offer identity restoration services. AllClear has trained investigators on staff who can work to help restore customers' stolen identities and resolve disputes that are relevant to the stolen identity. LifeLock also gives customers access to U.S.-based identity restoration specialists and provides 24/7 live member support services.
Yes. AllClear provides up to $1 million in identity theft insurance to all customers. LifeLock also provides customers with a Million Dollar™ Protection Package which includes coverage for lawyers and experts, personal expense compensation, and stolen funds reimbursement.
Each LifeLock plan option varies in coverage amount for each section. For instance, the company's Select plan option includes up to $25,000 in stolen funds reimbursement while the company's Ultimate Plus plan includes up to $1 million in stolen funds reimbursement.