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If a company gets hacked, your personal information could be leaked on the dark web without your knowledge.
Victims of fraud can spend months restoring their identity, and may not always recover the money stolen.
Fraudsters trade and sell personal information on dark web markets, and use the details to commit identity fraud.
According to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, 1 in 5 people will fall victim to identity fraud, and the rate of identity theft has almost doubled since the pandemic. You can learn more here.
Yes. We scan the dark web securely and privately, without revealing any of your data. None of your personal details are ever passed on to third parties or placed on the dark web.
The dark web is a series of private networks that can only be accessed via special software. Criminals use the dark web as a marketplace for selling anything and everything illegal. This includes your personal information, such as your passwords.
Criminals may use it to hack into your accounts. They can then apply for financial products in your name or commit other types of fraud.
Take action and change your password. ClearScore Protect will guide you through this and give you helpful security tips to keep your identity safe.
To access ClearScore Protect, you'll need a ClearScore account. You can sign up for free in just 3 minutes.
ClearScore began by giving everyone access to their credit score and report for free, which is a great way to spot early signs of fraud. But with fraud levels reaching record highs, we want to help everyone better protect their identity.
So we created ClearScore Protect: protecting your identity, for free, forever.