US Airways has partnered with a company called LifeLock to provide identity theft protection to Dividend Miles members. Members of Dividend Miles, US Airways mileage program, are eligible for a 10% discount AND 1,000 bonus Dividend Miles, when enrolling in the LifeLock identity theft program.
How do you get in on the action?
Members can enroll for LifeLock at www.lifelock.com or by calling (800) LIFELOCK and mentioning the promotion code USAIR1.
As the industry leader in identity theft protection, LifeLock requests on behalf of its clients that the national credit bureaus place fraud alerts on its members’ credit files, and requests that members’ names be removed from pre-approved credit card offer and junk mail lists. Members are also entitled to LifeLock’s WalletLock(TM), eRecon(TM) and TrueAddress(TM) services. WalletLock works to cancel and replace all documents and personal identifying information inside a wallet if it is lost or stolen. eRecon is a regular patrol of the Internet in search of social security numbers, credit card numbers, driver’s license numbers and email addresses of LifeLock members to protect against the information being illegally traded or sold online. LifeLock’s TrueAddress service searches to see if members have had a change of address form filed and alert them to ensure they are aware of the change. The company’s services are backed by a $1 million total service guarantee.
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Who is this LifeLock company?
Founded in 2005, LifeLock works to close many of the doors identity thieves go through to misuse personal information. Closing in on 1.5 million members, LifeLock has earned multiple awards, including the Red Herring 100 Global Award as one of the Top 100 start-ups in the world. LifeLock was the recipient of two American Business Awards for advertising in 2008, and most recently, garnered an additional award honor for advertising from the International Business Awards. LifeLock representatives are available to assist members 24 hours a day, seven days a week from the company’s secure facility in Tempe, Ariz. LifeLock is a private company backed by Goldman Sachs, Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, as well as Bessemer Venture Partners.
What do you think?
Are business travelers any more likely than other people to experience identity theft?