Identity Theft Protection

Keep Your Private Information Private

One of the biggest increases in crime over the past few years is identity theft. But you can do something about it. And Members Insurance Advisors1, our wholly owned subsidiary, offers products to help.

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Protect your identity with one of two Members Insurance Advisors' ID Theft products. They're affordably priced to fit your budget and they guard against criminal, medical and financial fraud.

Depending on the plan you choose, you'll receive single or triple bureau credit monitoring, along with a variety of other measures that will detect any suspicious activity. And the best thing is, it's a much greater value than other identity theft products that provide fewer services at a higher cost.2

In the event your identity is compromised, we'll provide you the assistance you need. You get live, personalized help from an experienced caseworker who will work on your behalf to minimize stress and maximize peace of mind. This licensed expert caseworker will perform all the tasks necessary to restore your good name.3

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To sign up or to learn more, check out Identity Theft Protection on the Members Insurance Advisors website.

1Members Insurance Advisors is a wholly owned subsidiary of Delta Community Credit Union. Insurance products are not deposits of Delta Community Credit Union and are not protected by the NCUA. They are not an obligation of or guaranteed by Delta Community Credit Union and may be subject to risk. Any insurance required as a condition of an extension of credit by Delta Community Credit Union need not be purchased from Members Insurance Advisors and may be purchased from an agent or an insurance company of the Member's choice. Business conducted with Members Insurance Advisors is separate and distinct from any business conducted with Delta Community Credit Union.

2Policies are administered and underwritten by Experian Partner Solutions.

3Restoration services do not include filing a police report, which legally must be filed by the person whose identity has been compromised. Restoration services also require limited Power of Attorney, which must be granted in order for Restoration Services to intervene.