What we do
Executor Services That Stop Deceased Identity Theft
One of the first things an executor should do to protect an estate from fraud is to notify the
correct financial and governmental institutions of someones death. Trying to figure out which
entities to contact and determining the notification requirements from each organization can be
a difficult and confusing process, especially for a person who may be acting as an Executor for
the first time.
Protectheir specializes in protecting estates against deceased identity theft.
Our extensive proprietary patent pending process ensures that the name of the deceased is shut
down so that new lines of credit, credit cards, phone service, checking accounts, or other forms
of credit can not be set up in the deceased’s name. Notifications are currently available for
70+ organizations and the list is growing.
We do it quickly, at least 30 days faster on average than someone doing this on their
own for the first time. When it comes to deceased identity theft, the first 30 days are crucial.
Stopping identity theft before it starts is the best defense against this criminal act because
once identity theft starts, it can take years to clean up.
Why take the risk? Over 2.4 million deceased Americans had their identities and legacy
stolen last year. Use our service to quickly and effectively stop identity theft in its tracks.