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Proactively protect your personal info from identity theft ​

Data breaches, identity theft, and fraud are top-of-mind for most people. An identity monitoring service brings peace of mind by monitoring everything from email addresses to IDs and phone numbers for signs of breaches so you can take action to secure your accounts before they’re used for identity theft.​

Why Identity Monitoring matters


Adults in the US affected by identity fraud this year


of people want to protect their identity


believe they'll fall victim of identity theft in the near future

Muttii Identity Monitoring

We’ll monitor the dark web for your personal info, including email, government IDs, credit card and bank account numbers, and more. We’ll help keep your personal info safe, with early alerts if your data is found on the dark web, an average of 10 months ahead of similar services.​

We automatically monitors your personal data, including your:

✓ Social Security Number / Government ID
✓ Driver’s license number
✓ Passport number
✓ Tax ID
✓ Date of birth
✓ Credit card numbers
✓ Bank account numbers
✓ Usernames
✓ Insurance ID cards
✓ Email addresses
✓ Phone numbers

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How you’re protected with identity monitoring

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Monitor personal info

Get 24/7 monitoring of the most important details of your life, including bank account and credit card numbers, email addresses, government IDs, and more.

Assessment and Patch

Timely security alerts

If your data is found on the dark web, where data breach info is bought and sold, you'll be alerted up to 10 months earlier than similar services.


Fast guidance

Upon being alerted, you'll receieve guidance to take action to help protect your info and accounts from identity theft. Identity restoration support with select plans.


These answers might help.

What is Identity Theft ?

Identity theft refers to the unauthorised use of an individual’s personally identifiable information (PII), such as name, national ID, bank information, and other sensitive information that can compromise a person’s privacy, security, and financial assets.

How do I protect myself from identity theft ?

You can protect yourself against identity theft by securing your personal information — online and offline. Make sure to engage in best practices such as using strong passwords, protecting your devices with updated security software, monitoring your bank transactions, securing your personal documents, and minimizing the amount of information you share online. ​

For proactive protection, McAfee® can actively monitor your sensitive information and give step-by-step guidance when you need it the most.

When should I do if I'm a victim of identity theft ?

Begin by analysing the situation and reviewing the compromised information. Then, notify the relevant authorities, such as your bank, coverage agency, a local police station, or a national cybercrime complaint centre. While the relevant authorities are helping you with the case, check and secure your financial accounts, devices, and proof of identity. ​

How many differeWhat is the most common form of identity theft ?nt VPN server locations do you offer ?

The most common form of identity theft is financial identity theft, which refers to any type of theft when someone uses another individual’s information for financial gain. Some examples are New Account Fraud, Account Takeover Fraud, Business Identity Theft, and Tax-Related Identity Theft.

What's included in parental control ?

Parental controls provides you with the ability to supervise and keep your kids safer online. When you sign up for a family plan, you’ll receive easy instructions to get set up with the parental controls app.

  • See what your kids are up to: View your kid’s device activity and location at a glance from your phone or desktop.
  • Set rules and time limits: Start off with age-based rules for apps and websites that you can customize based on your kid’s needs.
  • Know where your kids are: Locate them on a live map and receive automated notifications when they enter or leave familiar places like a school or the library.
  • Family requests: Collaborate with your kids by allowing them to request extra app time or access blocked apps or websites.