Getting started: USPS Address Monitoring

IdentiSafe uses a sophisticated Very Early Warning System to monitor private and public databases for signs of early identity theft and ID Theft Risk.

USPS Address Monitoring

Add your postal address so that we can monitor it for change of address requests. This happens when someone requests an official change of address with the United States Postal Service.

This can be dangerous because if the change of address is successful, your personal and important mail can be re-routed to a different address. Receive bank or mortgage statements in the mail? Now imagine if those got into the wrong hands.

Getting Started

Start by adding your postal address to immediately begin monitoring your identity within our network:


First, sign in to your Account Dashboard by visiting the link below:

Select the Identity Monitoring tab at the top of this page, then choose Postal Address from the drop-down menu:
Type your postal address in the boxes provided, then press Add:
That's it! You will be notified on your Dashboard if we find any breaches.

Note: USPS Address Monitoring is limited to the primary account holder. We can only monitor one address at a time.

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