October 1, 2013

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Enter To Win A Free iPad Mini & Other Great Prizes!

To celebrate our new look, we’re giving away some great prizes. We invite you to enter for a chance to win by simply sharing us with your friends. That’s it. Super easy. You can even increase your chance of winning by entering every day.

PRIZES:

1 iPad Mini

1 $100 Visa Giftcard

1 $75 Visa Giftcard

10 $10 Starbucks Giftcards

5 UltraSecure+Credit Annual Memberships (value $239.50/ea.)

The contest will be administered through Rafflecopter. It starts October 1, 2013 and ends at midnight on October 18th, 2013.

If you have any questions, or would like to give us some feedback on our new website, you reach us at socialmedia@identityforce.com.

Thank you for participating and GOOD LUCK!

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Melanie Medina

Sr. Director of Digital Marketing at IdentityForce
Melanie is a native of Bolivia who has lived in Boston for over 10 years. She likes to make time to travel, jog, read, and play backgammon. Fueled by copious amounts of coffee, Melanie stays on top of her to-do list while also keeping abreast of identity theft issues. Serious data breaches are happening all the time in the U.S. and Melanie loves being part of a solution that brings peace of mind to families across the country.

18 Responses to Enter To Win A Free iPad Mini & Other Great Prizes!

  1. Rubydw says:

    I try not post too much personal information online. I don’t use others computers to log into my personal accounts.

    • Ruby, I personally think that is the way to go. I use the general, self-imposed rule of “if it is personal, I don’t publicly post it”. Period. Of course not everything that happens in your life is terribly personal, there are more than enough things about me and my life that I like sharing with my social media friends 🙂

  2. Vanessa - Natural Family Today says:

    I would love to win an Ipad mini!

  3. Peter Alberti says:

    Big fan of IdentityForce. It’s surprising how many scenarios require identity protection that I never would have thought of…

    • Thank you for being a fan of our service, Peter. Seems that just when we think we’ve seen it all, more sophisticated schemes emerge. You’re doing the right thing by staying informed.

  4. caroline moustache says:

    I always make sure to start a new internet session when I will do my online banking as I’ve heard that if you browse the net and then do your banking it is riskier.

  5. Kayla says:

    I make sure to never use public wi-fi or internet without lots of protectionin place.

  6. Dina Lindquist says:

    I create secure passwords with lowercase/capital letters, numbers and symbols. I always try to disconnect from the internet when I’m not using my computer. I never do my banking or submit personal information when I’m connected to a public wi-fi network and when I share photos, I make sure that my location isn’t showing! (No GPS or Geo-Tags)

    • Dina, it looks like you’ve got all your bases covered. Keep being vigilant! Thank you for commenting.

      • Kenia Perales says:

        I stay safe by changing my passwords monthly. I always try to have numbers and symbols included where ever possible. I never leave any pages open. I log out once I’m not using the site anymore. I try not to post any personal information.

      • Carolina Dhabolt says:

        I do not check my bank account when using a public wifi spot, I also do not trust emails that go straight to my junk folder, especially when their ‘company name’ has nothing to do with the email address. I do not send any personal information to random people requesting to do it in exchange of money. I cannot believe others actually fall for it. I have set up alerts through my bank as well in case of suspicious activity, and another helpful one, do not tweet your personal information/home address/email/phone #, if requested by someone you know send it via DM, same with Facebook and your other social media websites. You never know who’s waiting for you to make that mistake. Thank you so much for the chance!

        • Carolina, thank you for participating. These are all intelligent precautions to take to protect your privacy and identity. Thank you for mentioning social media. A lot of people don’t even think twice before giving away personal identifying information. Keep up the great work!

  7. Fernando Ramirez says:

    I use strong passwords.

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