Identity theft and cyberattacks are becoming increasingly more common. We offer identity theft reimbursement and protection from cybercrimes together in one comprehensive endorsement.
When someone steals your personal information and uses it to commit a crime in your name, that’s identity fraud, and it can be a time-consuming and expensive road to restore your identity.
Acuity’s Identity Fraud Expense coverage reimburses you and your family for expenses incurred to recover from identity fraud, including legal expenses and lost wages. You will also be given access to a consumer fraud specialist who will help you throughout the resolution process.
Our cyber protection coverage reimburses you and your family for cyber-related actions including:
*Not available in Arkansas
Identity fraud expense and cyber protection coverage can be added to your Acuity renters, condo, or homeowners policy. If your homeowners policy includes coverage for home-based businesses, coverage is also available.
The cost to cover your entire household is only $35 per year. Contact your Acuity insurance agent to add this coverage or get a quote with Acuity today!
Acuity partners with industry experts in the cyber space to offer ongoing proactive education and updates on techniques used by identity thieves. The more you know about identity theft, the more effectively you can defend against it. For more information, please visit the Acuity Identity Theft Information Portal powered by CyberScout.
Have questions? We have answers.
Call us at 800.242.7666. We will connect you to a fraud specialist from CyberScout who will guide you through the resolution process.
Members of your household can receive one-on-one advocacy services for several scenarios including account takeover or identity theft, lost wallets or purses, compromised personal information, worldwide travelers, disaster recovery, tax fraud, email compromise, phishing scams, and so much more.
Just $35 annually.
Unfortunately, there are many ways thieves commit identity theft. A few common ways include mail theft, dumpster diving, phishing, and shoulder surfing in a public setting.