lobbythis wrote:i can't say from personal experience, but i still recommend being weary. the company has been in and out of multiple lawsuits for misleading customers.
While I'm not suggesting that the OP ignores your suggestion to be weary, the simple fact that a national advertiser of a service for fraud prevention and repair has had lawsuits to deal with isn't particularly relevant unless you have some details of the lawsuits and the outcomes. Even if they settle the lawsuits for big money it doesn't mean anything, as it may have been cheaper and more certain to settle in their situation than to see the case through to prove they were right.
Unfortunately, in this country, anyone can sue anyone for anything they want with little consequence usually.
That being said, of course the opposite is possible and they have issues of various kinds etc etc.
I would say to the OP, depending on how the earlier incidents went, you may be your own life lock. Unless someone is stealing your identity, life lock isn't going to know if you made a certain charge on a certain credit card or not. If someone opened new credit in your name, that's one thing, but if someone cloned a card or two AND you caught it relatively quickly, that is unfortunately best case scenario for what happened.
Good luck. Maybe others on the forum have some experience with life lock. I do not.