Letter: Proactive is better than reactive

Regarding "Data said lost on 3,000 TWIC card applicants"

This is why being proactive is less costly then being reactive!

We do identity theft protection and legal plans. On June 1, 2006, the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act went into effect. This will leave unknowing employers open to civil liability, possible class action suits as well as significant state and federal fines should their employees, vendors or customers' personal information be breached. A new compliant rule to FACTA goes into effect May 1, 2009.

Our benefit will enhance productivity, reduce stress, protect you from ID theft, garnishments and absenteeism immediately!

Carl
Clark & Associates

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