What you get with Identity Plus

Daily Experian
Fraud Report

This details key information from your Experian Credit Report that may help you identify any fraudulent activity.

Enhanced fraud
support

If you're a victim to fraud, you'll be assigned a dedicated case worker. They’ll contact companies and other credit rating agencies on your behalf to flag the fraudulent activity.

Stay safe with
Web monitoring

We help you better protect your identity by scanning certain websites for your personal & financial details. We’ll alert you by email or text if anything looks fraudulent.

Experian
Fraud alerts

Get email or text alerts about certain changes to your Experian Fraud Report. Alerts are sent weekly & relate to when accounts are opened or closed, or when your credit report is searched.

Identity Plus is only available to customers with a free Experian account.
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Why protect your Data self?

If fraudsters have access to your personal details they can take money from your bank account or even take credit out in your name, making a big impact on your Data Self.

Your Data Self is the version of you lenders see before offering you credit. It can help you make better financial decisions by pointing you in the right direction of credit cards and personal loans that you're more likely to be accepted for. So it's worth taking good care of it.

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Read more about identity theft and fraud

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What is identity theft?

Identity theft is when someone steals your personal information or possessions so they can use your identity. Incidents of identity fraud are becoming more common and more sophisticated. It can have a direct impact on your personal finances and could also make it difficult for you to obtain loans, credit cards or a mortgage until the matter is resolved.

What's phishing and how do you prevent it?

Our tips on how you can spot phishing scams and protect yourself and others.

Can you tell the warning signs?

Your own habits can put you at risk of fraud, so it’s worth knowing what to look for.

If you are a victim of identity fraud

Read our step-by-step guide on what you can do if you become a victim of fraud.