Have you ever imagine that one day when you wake up, you are no longer you? You wake up bankrupt, full with lawsuits or someone trying to hurt your family. What am I mumbling about?
Globalization brings world closer and internet makes it happen by fingertip. The downside of it is you are prone to identity theft. How do you protect yourself?
Recently, I came across myprivacy by reputation.com, a site that helps in minimizing the risk of your identity being violated by identify theft. At least, this is the site that addresses one of my major concerns.
Many of us keep our personal information such as personal details, photos, background etc intentionally or unintentionally on web. With booming of social networking, it is inevitable that you are involved one way or another.
Remember, you data are your identity in virtual and real world. As much as we try not to leak our personal details, sometime it is best to an optimum way to protect it.
If don’t, you might realize that one day, your profile is being sold, someone is watching you virtually or maybe your own computer is betraying you.
By paying $8.25/month or $99/year as a start, you know your personal information will not be used against you. With that amount, you are metaphorically lock your personal details in safe vault.
You might say I am paranoid and I don’t mean to scare you but who knows you might be one of the targeted victims. At that time, you might look back, why I didn’t pay just $99/year to protect my only identity? See what I lose now..
It might sound impossible to remove your personal information from internet but I can tell you, reputation.com will know how to remove personal information from the internet.
Of course, I would go for myprivacy package but if you are interested in other products, reputation.com also provide reputation defender, myreputation and myprivacy package.
Ohh before you leave my blog, why not you get a free scan for your reputation snapshot. Instantly, you will find out how your reputation on internet looks like. Well, it is free of charge, why not just scan it?