Thanks to a partnership with Identity Theft 911, Southern Farm Bureau Casualty Insurance Company is offering its Arkansas policyholders comprehensive identity theft resolution and education services at no cost.

The insurer’s automobile policyholders in Arkansas will have free, unlimited one-on-one access to a highly trained fraud specialist at Identity Theft 911, a provider of identity theft resolution and fraud education services.

“Managing your identity is more important than ever in this day and age,” said Duff Wallace, senior vice president-state manager, Southern Farm Bureau Casualty Insurance Co. “Through our partnership with Identity Theft 911, we are providing our policyholders with proactive education, one-on-one expert identity theft resolution services and, most important, the peace of mind that someone is there to provide on-demand guidance and personal assistance whenever needed.”

Policyholders will have access to Identity Theft 911’s LifeStages program for one-on-one resolution services and consultation, including credit and fraud monitoring tools, during various life events when they could be particularly vulnerable to identity theft. In addition, all recipients have dedicated online access to Identity Theft 911’s proactive educational material, including daily threat alerts, investigative articles, monthly newsletters, white papers and preventative tips.

“Victims of identity theft can be easily overwhelmed at a time when quick action is necessary to assist them,” said Matthew Cullina, CEO of Identity Theft 911. “Now, Southern Farm Bureau Casualty Insurance Company’s Arkansas policyholders have access to a fraud specialist who can help them reclaim and restore their identities and regain their financial security.” 


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