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Javelin rates Intersections IDENTITY GUARD Best in Class
CHANTILLY, Va. (6/10/09)--Intersections Inc., a CUNA Strategic Service provider of identity risk management services, announced its IDENTITY GUARD Total Protection product was named Best in Class by Javelin Strategy and Research. Javelin’s Consumer Identity Protection Services Scorecard evaluated more than 20 vendor services based on customer service, product features and product value. Javelin analyzes the services through website reviews, mystery shopping and vendor interviews. Total Protection satisfied “nearly all” of Javelin’s scorecard criteria, according to Javelin Research analyst Rachel Kim. “Javelin believes that the combination of monitoring public records databases, Internet sites and credit files from all three credit bureaus provides the most comprehensive resources for detecting exposure or potential misuse of personal information,” she said. Total Protection covers personal information, credit reports, computer, Internet and mobile. It also protects public records such as licenses, and utilities and court records not covered in credit reports.
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