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Identity Theft 911 Introduces Retainer-Based Blanket Identity Theft Solution

Thursday 18 November 2004 14:38 CET | News

Identity Theft 911 has launched RB421, an innovative retainer-based approach to identity theft services for businesses and institutions.

Under the RB421 program, Identity Theft 911 provides the nations premier identity theft victim resolution and consumer education services to members of any group selected by the client organization for a fixed monthly fee. In conjunction with the official launch of RB421, Identity Theft 911 also announced that Community Bankers of Wisconsin, with more than 200 member banks, will be the first state banking association to sign up for the new retainer-based program. RB421 offers unique advantages to businesses and institutions: * They control the process -- from corporate branding and communication with enrollees to defining which groups and events will be covered. * They pay only for what they actually need -- not for superfluous bundled products. * They receive discounts on upsold credit and fraud detection products and database compromise services. * They can follow case management easily with periodic status reports. * They can access needed data for Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs). * They are able to assign a fixed budget for identity fraud resolution. * They enjoy greater satisfaction, retention, and loyalty from constituents. Under RB421, Identity Theft 911 also creates a dedicated, password-protected web site -- which can be privately labeled or co-branded -- offering a comprehensive library of white papers, articles, FRAUDRED alerts, and information on resolution. It also provides the option to provide such fraud protection products as credit reports, credit monitoring, and fraud monitoring.


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