Protect Your Family from Identity Theft with Identron

By Shannon Gurnee
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July 2, 2019
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Today, on Redhead Mom, we’re talking about protecting your family from identity theft
with Identron as part of a sponsored guest post.

Child identity theft is the fastest growing crime in the US

High school graduation. How quickly time flies by for our children.

Time to head off to college. College Applications as well as student loan applications are mailed in. Good news for your child. They were accepted into the college of their dreams. However, their student loan is declined!  DECLINED!!!! How can this be?

Why would your child not qualify for a college loan?

DECLINED

Unfortunately, sometime over the past 18 years an identity thief was able to get his hands on your child’s social security number and created a synthetic identity.

Creating a synthetic identity is unfortunately very easy to do. In this scenario, an identity thief had created a synthetic identity about 10 years ago and built up their “fake” credit with your child’s social security number and racked up thousands in unpaid debt.

The first thing that needs to be taken care of is to convince the credit card companies (or whoever else the debt is with) that your child is not responsible for the charges that were made with their social security number.

After that is done. The mess needs to be cleaned up with the credit bureaus. Now remember the clock is ticking because the student loan needs to be in place before your child can attend college!

woman at laptop on couch

Child identity theft is growing rapidly. ID thieves know that most parents are not checking on their children’s social security numbers before the child needs a loan or credit card when they turn 18.

Have peace of mind and get your family protected.

www.identron.com

For roughly 80¢ a day a family of four will be protected.  Identron provides the most comprehensive family identity theft protection available on the market today. The Identron Parent Plan provides complete protection for 1 adult and up to 4 children. See why Identron is different from any other identity theft protection company:

Identron logo

Author’s Bio: ”Dana Mantilia lives in Connecticut. She is a Mom, wife and business entrepreneur. Dana has earned status as a Certified Identification Protection Advisor from the Identity Management Institute. While researching and educating herself on the increasing risks associated with identity theft, she realized how prevalent child identity theft. After speaking with hundreds of everyday parents Dana recognized a lack of child identity theft awareness. She developed Identity Protection Planning LLC. A company that focuses on educating, organizing and protecting all family members (including minor children) from identity theft. Identity Protection Planning offers IDENTRON identity theft protection plans.“ 

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Shannon Gurnee is the author of Redhead Mom formerly "The Mommy-Files", a national blog with a loyal following. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with a Minor in Business Management. Shannon and her husband, Frank, have a large family with 6 awesome kids and love living on the Central Coast near San Luis Obispo, California, as well as traveling around the world. A full-time Social Media and Professional Blogger, Shannon also serves as a National Brand Ambassador for many well-known companies. Her blog focuses on motherhood, family fun activities, traveling, fashion, beauty, technology, wedding ideas and recipes while providing professional opinions on products, performances, restaurants, and a variety of businesses.

13 Responses to “Protect Your Family from Identity Theft with Identron”

  1. Marcos K. says:

    This is really good info. Thanks for sharing!
    I really got scared with Playstation got hacked. Having this kind of security surely add peace of mind.

  2. Audrey says:

    With having a child in high school, and a couple not far behind, this is something my husband and I need to get proactive on. Thanks for making us aware of this!

  3. Now that is quite scary and thanks for making us aware of this problem. I will have to keep this in mind, it’s better to be prepared than not.

  4. Brianne says:

    I never knew that this was a problem. This is some scary stuff! It makes me sick to think there are people out there who prey on kids like this, let alone anyone else. It’s good to see a company like Identron leading the way to thwart student identity theft.

  5. Wow….the things you learn on the internet!!! I didn’t even know this existed as a problem, on top of the massive student loans that the learners are going to get. Thank Jah for structures like Identron!

  6. What a scary information! I hope Identron can proctect child’s data. Wish I can know more about this.

  7. Oh, wow! This is interesting! It’s so important to to protect yourself and your family from identity theft. This is such a great option—thank you for sharing!

  8. joy says:

    child identity theft? but how are their social security numbers even out there if they aren’t applying for credit as a kid? gosh that’s horrible though. we live in such a corrupt world.

    Joy at The Joyous Living

  9. Emily Fata says:

    Oh my gosh, this sounds terrifying. I’m going to look further into Identron… I would hate for this to happen to my family.

  10. Anna says:

    I´ve never heard of Identron. It looks really handy, 80¢ a day for the whole family of four is a reasonable price!

  11. Ronnie says:

    Identity theft is such a scary situation to be in! It happened to my boyfriend for a very short while but luckily we caught it quickly. Wish we had Identron to help prevent it!

  12. Identity theft is terrifying! We could all benefit from learning more on how to protect ourselves. Thank you so much for taking the time to teach us more on how to stay safe ♡

  13. Surekha Busa says:

    That was such a scary situation, great things there’s Identron to prevent it. Thanks for sharing this information.

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