IdentiSafe uses a sophisticated Very Early Warning System to monitor private and public databases for signs of early identity theft and ID Theft Risk.
Credit Card Monitoring
70% of the United States population carries a credit card, with 34% of Americans carrying 3 or more cards. This leads to a total in excess of 1 billion credit cards in the United States.
It’s apparent how essential credit cards are in our daily lives. Because of this, they are the most at risk. We swipe them at gas stations, restaurants, grocery stores, and more. Most of us use our cards at least once per day. This makes credit cards extremely high risk for theft.
You can add up to 10 credit cards if you would like to monitor multiple cards at once.
Start by logging in to your online Account Dashboard.
This feature is only available with our VPN Plus or VS ONE plans. If you have a basic VPN subscription, some of the relevant options may not appear.
Choose Identity Security from the main menu and activate your protection, if you have not done so already.
For more help activating Identity Theft protection, see our support article.
Press the Manage IdentiSafe button. You will be redirected to your IdentiSafe Dashboard.
This is where you can monitor and track your Credit Score, set up SMS Text Alerts, and more.
Select the Identity Monitoring tab, then choose Credit Card from the drop-down menu.
Type your credit/debit card number in the box provided, then press Add.
You don't need to add any spaces or dashes, simply enter your 16-digit card number.
That's it! You will be notified on your Dashboard if we find any breaches.
If you have any questions or need any assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Do I need to download an app?
No, you don't need to install any additional software on your device. You can access your Account Dashboard from any computer, phone, or tablet with internet access. Once you enter your information, no further action is required.
Will I receive an alert if I've been breached?
Alerts will be sent to your email address or phone, depending on your personal preference. See our support article for more info on how to set up SMS Text Alerts on your phone.