Identity Theft Insurance

By Deane Barker on March 19, 2005

Allstate launches identity theft coverage in Tennessee: Allstate insurance has started offering identity-theft insurance as a rider to homeowners’ policies.

Allstate’s new identity theft expenses coverage is available for Allstate homeowners and renters in Tennessee for approximately $30 a year. It provides customers access to professional identity restoration assistance. If a customer chooses to do the work on their own, Allstate’s policy provides up to $25,000 in reimbursement coverage for expenses incurred to restore their identity, including attorney fees, loan reapplication fees, credit report fees, and lost wages.

Along with spam, identify theft is another parasite propeled by the Net. Funny how these things open up entire revenue streams of their own. For every problem, there is a solution…and someone who will sell it to you.

I wonder if they could increate the premium based on Net usage? Do they Google for you before they write the policy?

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Comments

  1. I work for a company that provides ID Theft Restoration services. I know I may be a little biased but when you look through the smoke and mirrors of the plans offered by Allstate and all the credit card companies. You too will realize that we have the best ID Theft Protection out there. Even if you don’t believe me you owe it to youself to do the research. You can check it out on my website the url is http://www.prepaidlegal.com/hub/kerryclement click on the Identity Theft Shield. Look at what is provided by their coverage and then look at what we do for you. by the way the company that we work with have been in the risk management industry for 30+ years whereas Allstate is just now dipping their toes in the water because they see the money on the table.

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