Portland, OR (PressExposure) January 16, 2012 -- At Family Credit Protection, we know the effort it takes to attract new members and retain existing ones. A good marketing plan requires careful analysis of your target market, a good advertising campaign, providing increased services such as financial literacy, and great promotional products.
Promotional products can include cash bonuses, debit cards, electronic items, or a valuable service or product. We developed affordable plans that your financial institution can give to members or customers as a promo to attract new or maintain your existing member/customer base. You can provide new members with one year of basic credit monitoring and identity protection.
Your existing members and customers will want to join when they see the low price and many new members/customers will want to upgrade, providing your financial institution with a powerful source of constant, non-interest income.
Family Credit Protection provides integrated credit monitoring to credit unions and banks with its platform which is unique in the credit monitoring industry. Family Credit Protection's platform integrates seamlessly to your credit union's or bank's website, providing your credit union with the ability to provide the most affordable credit monitoring in the industry.
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* Over 11 million Americans were the victims of identity theft in 2009***
* Identity thefts in 2009 cost $54 billion***
* A typical victim spends an average of 21 hours working to recover from identity theft*
* Identity theft has been the top consumer complaint for the past six years**
* It is estimated that victims lose an average of $1,882 in goods and services obtained by the thief.**
* Identity theft victims spend an average of $372 repairing damage to their good name and credit record**
* In 16% of all cases, the victim personally knew the person who had misused their personal information*
* 6% percent of all victims reported a family member or relative as the person responsible for misusing their personal information*
* An estimated 25% of victims who had new accounts opened in their names did not discover that their identity was stolen until more than six months after it first occurred
* Only 3% of identity theft victims experienced only the misuse of their existing accounts.*
* 24% of identity theft complaints received by the FTC were from members aged between 20 and 29.**
References: Federal Trade Commission 2003 Survey Report*
Federal Trade Commission 2006 Survey Report**
Federal Trade Commission Identity Theft Database, 2009***
Javelin Strategy and Research ****
For more information, please contact the Family Credit Protection Sales Department at 1-888-221-5475, Ext. 1 or online at http://www.familycreditprotection.com