Stop Identity Theft Now!

Identity theft has become a crime of epidemic proportions. Over the last five years, this crime has impacted over 27 million Americans. Last year alone, identity theft affected an estimated 10 million Americans resulting in losses of over $53 billion. Don’t let yourself become a victim of this crime. If a thief assumes your identity, it can take about nine months to discover and approximately 300 hours and up to 44 months to correct all of the associated problems.



It is our promise to provide the most trusted suite of identity theft prevention and response products available! You and your family’s privacy and protection are a major priority for our company! We have seen seniors across the country become victims of this shameless crime and we want to ensure you are fully protected.

Senior Crime Watch
Senior Crime Watch’s Identity Early Warning System is a proprietary early detection and warning system, which scans hundreds of data sources at various daily, weekly, bi-weekly and monthly intervals for address changes - a common link in identity theft cases. We alert you immediately to any potential identity theft in progress!



“It just give us so much peace-of-mind having our identity and important financial information protected. We worked our whole lives to save for retirement and we can’t afford to have some crazy person taking that from us. I feel good knowing my husband and I are protected.”
- Erma and Fred Thompson, South Carolina


“It used to be the criminals would just come through your front door to rob you. Now they go through your trash, find you online, take your credit card information and impersonate you by stealing your identity. I had to make the choice to protect myself with Senior Crime Watch and I am glad I did.”
- Betty Lou Jamison, Ohio

Fast Facts About ID Theft

  • Victims who discovered identity theft in the early stages within the first month — spent fewer than 10 hours resolving the related problems. (Source: U.S. Federal Trade Commission statistics, 2004.)
  • Only one in 10 victims report they were aware that their personal information had been taken before discovering they were victims of identity theft. (Source: U.S. Federal Trade Commission statistics, 2004.)
  • One in six identity theft victims has had their identity used by criminals when arrested and charged with a crime. (Source: U.S. Federal Trade Commission statistics, 2004.)
  • Most victims do not learn about the theft of their identity until months after it has occurred.
  • Victims of identity theft have reported that clearing their names and reclaiming their identities can take an average of 44 months according to the United States Postal Inspection Service.
  • According to the ID Theft Resource Center, identity theft victims average 300 hours of activity in attempts to clear their names.


Additional Facts

The FTC reports that among victims:

  • 85% of identity theft victims had one or more of their accounts misused
  • Only 25% of the victims reported the crime to criminal authorities
  • Only 22% of the victims reported the crime to one or more credit bureaus
  • 50% of the victims did not know how the criminals got their personal information
  • 26% of the victims said they knew the person who misused their identity

The FTC is engaged in the battle against identity theft, they report:

  • There were 9.9 million Identity Theft victims in 2003.
  • The loss to businesses and the victims was $53 billion.
  • On average, the thief misused the victim’s personal information to obtain money or goods or services valued at $10,200.
  • Only one in 10 victims report they were aware that their personal information had been taken before discovering they were victims of identity theft.
  • One in six identity theft victims has had their identity used by criminals when arrested and charged with a crime.

The FTC further reports that a victim(s) reported that they experienced:

  • 36% had credit card problems
  • 35% were harassed by a collector
  • 35% had loans rejected
  • 23% had banking problems
  • 16% had insurance rejection
  • 14% had a criminal investigation









Covered Benefit Notification

This notification is to inform you that you may qualify for a professional grade back and knee brace. This is a covered benefit.


Do you experience back or knee pain? Call 800-891-7058 to discuss your covered benefit. Back and knee pain have been found to be the #1 cause of decreasing mobility and independence for seniors 65 and older.


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Why do I qualify for this program?
You qualify for this program due to the fact that you have already paid for this benefit through your insurance provider. The insurance industry realizes that preventative solutions such as back and knee supports are much less expensive for them to cover compared to the significant health problems that result from lack of mobility and activity.
 
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Why do I need a back or knee brace?
Back and knee pain have been found in a recent study to be the #1 contributor to lack of mobility and activity levels in seniors. These professional grade braces will support the muscles around the back and knee joints ensuring that you can stay active and pain free as long as possible. The key to the program is to prevent you from losing mobility and increase your quality of life.
 
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Is my doctor involved in this process?
Yes. In order to qualify for the program you doctor will need to determine there is medical necessity for the braces. We will make the request in your behalf and the doctor will notify us of their decision on medical necessity based on quality of life for you.
 
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Is this going to require a lot of my time to get completed?
No. On average customers will spend less than 20 minutes on the entire process.