Author Archives: Judy Leary

About Judy Leary

For Judy, identity theft protection is in her DNA—her dad started IdentityForce’s parent company in the 70s, and in the 80s, she and her brother came on board. She loves her dedicated team and how much they care about every member, partner, and supplier. In addition to protection against identity theft, Judy is passionate about travel (Aruba is her “happy place”!) and giving back. She volunteers for the Alzheimer’s Association, Mazie Mentoring Program, and Sunshine Golden Retriever Rescue. She’s also a proud mom to 2 grown daughters and 3 rescue dogs.

IdentityForce New Service Review: Bank and Credit Card Activity Alerts

At IdentityForce, we take your security and privacy very seriously — it’s our job. Among our many services, we monitor your personal information, alert you to any suspicious activity, and help you stay in control of how your information is …Read More […]

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How Do I Know if This eCard is Safe to Open?

It’s that time of the year where our mailboxes start to overflow with holiday greeting cards from family and friends — physical mailboxes and virtual mailboxes. Unfortunately, they both don’t always get the same initial reaction from the recipient. Whereas …Read More […]

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Lost Wallet Assistance

Think about everything you keep in your wallet: credit cards, debit cards, ATM cards, driver’s license — maybe even your passport, health insurance card, or Social Security card. If you are like most people, you are probably carrying around much …Read More […]

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100 Million People Affected by Multi-Company Hacking Scheme – The Largest Bank Data Breach, Ever

Back in October 2014, we told you about a data breach at JPMorgan Chase that affected 76 million households and 83 million customers — the largest financial breach ever. Now, it has been revealed that the scope of that attack …Read More […]

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The Craziest Identity Theft Stories We’ve Heard So Far

Though most people don’t know the name John Duns Scotus, there’s actually a day in his honor (if you can call it that): National Dunce Day, which falls on Nov. 8. In celebration of the inane, here are some of …Read More […]

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