Free Benefit through December 31, 2020
In July the District offered Allstate Identity Protection (formerly known as InfoArmor) to all employees who didn't opt out. This benefit was free for all eligible employees through December 31, 2020. Beginning in January 2021, this benefit will have a month premium attached. You will have the option to elect to continue or waive this benefit for 2021 during open enrollment in November.
Allstate Identity Protection
InforArmor has formally re-branded and this fraud protection benefit is now called Allstate Identity Protection. While the name has changed, the product remains the same. Allstate Identity Protection will monitor your credit reports, help you look after your online activity, from financial transactions to what you share on social media.
- Catch fraud at its earliest sign with tri-bureau monitoring and an annual tri-bureau credit report and score.
- Lock your TransUnion credit report in one click and get credit freeze assistance.
- Get reimbursed for fraud-related losses like stolen HSA funds or fraudulent tax returns with their $1 million identity theft insurance policy.
- Get help disputing errors on your credit report
- See and control your personal data with their unique Allstate Digital Footprint tool.
- Single Coverage $9.95 per month
- Family Coverage $17.95 per month
What to do if I am a victim of fraud
If you suspect you are a victim of fraud or identity theft, please contact Allstate's privacy advocates as soon as possible, 1-855-821-2331. The privacy advocate will ask you questions and preform research with you to determine if you are a victim. Once a fraudulent case has been established, a remediation specialist will work on your behalf to manage the case and help restore your identity. The remediation specialists are Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialists. They are experts in identity restoration and are committed to doing the legwork to restore your identity for you.