Intelius Identity Protect

September 2012: Despite denying the allegations against it, Intelius Identity Protect (IDP) is paying $5 million to settle claims that it tricked its customers into signing-up for an identity protection service.  Specifically, the lawsuit alleges that IDP was initially a free service, but then automatically converted to a paid subscription unless the customer cancelled the service.  For more information, go to www.IdentityProtectSettlement.com.

 

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