How Much Does LifeLock Cost?

No matter what you have heard about identity theft, LifeLock comes to mind when you think about identity theft protection. How many other companies have you heard of that provide that kind of service? How much does LifeLock cost? With LifeLock Promo Code DEFENSE, you can get your first 30 days free! (At the end of the 30 day free period, your card will be billed automatically for $9/monthly or $99/annually.  You can cancel anytime without penalty by calling 1-800-LifeLock. Offer is for new LifeLock members only.)

Identity theft protection
in this day and age is on the minds of more and more people. What seemed to be a non-existent problem in years past, has become a subject discussed more and more on the internet. There are identity theft protection services, such as LifeLock, that are in business to help protect us from becoming victims of identity theft. While no one company can guarantee that you will not become a victim, they can give you services that help you to prevent it from happening. Services that you might not have known existed.

Recent developments have included new LifeLock Identity Alert service, a new Chief Marketing Officer and the Arizona Corporate Excellence Award. They offer identity theft protection services like eRecon, TrueAddress and WalletLock that contribute to the overall effectiveness of this service that makes it a leader in the industry.

Visit the website for details about the service, testimonials from customers, video updates, endorsements, more about how LifeLock works and an explanation of their $1 Million Service Guarantee.

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2 Responses to “How Much Does LifeLock Cost?”

  1. September 28th, 2009 at 1:16 pm

    anonymous says:

    Not a bad price. I thought it would cost a lot more after all of that hype about the company.

  2. September 28th, 2009 at 1:17 pm

    tigerlilly says:

    I got this service a while back and paid more but it’s worth having. I was alerted when I opened a credit account and that made me feel safer.

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