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Bitdefender Identity Theft Protection Service Still Available at Zero Cost, Zero Impact

by Bitdefender Security Specialists, on 18 October 2011

Bitdefender’s Identity Theft Protection Service, a free product that protects you from identity theft and fraud, is still available to users of Bitdefender 2012 products even now – almost three months after the Aug. 1 launch of Bitdefender Security Suites.

Real-time alerts to help you prevent identity theft and credit fraud are available to US-based customers through the Identity Theft Protection Service on all Bitdefender 2012 products, including Antivirus Plus, Internet Security and Total Security.

Bitdefender’s Identity Theft Protection service alerts you when critical new information appears on your credit report or other issues threaten to impact your credit score. It keeps you one step ahead of credit shysters and the other sharks circling the cyber waters.

-          Protect your money, without spending any of it. Bitdefender’s Identity Theft Protection Service is totally free.

-          Protect your computer, without slowing it. The Identity Theft Protection Service, like all Bitdefender products, runs seamlessly on your computer, with no impact on your computer, browser, or internet connection.

To learn how to enable the Identity Theft Protection Service, please see our tutorial by clicking here.

Bitdefender Security Specialists

Bitdefender Labs

On Oct.18.2011 14:42

Bob said

Why do you make us look at a video to see how to get the free ID service. I hate watching a slow 6th grade level (so common folks can understand) video.

I could read the steps and have it all done before the video nears the end.

Just my common complaint at it seems All places now-a-days.

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