Vero Launches Exclusive Identity Theft Fully Managed Recovery for Elder Credit Union Members
March 7, 2016
March 7, 2016
Vero, a leader in identity theft recovery solutions and vehicle insurance products for credit unions, and a division of CU Direct Corporation, has launched ElderIDPro for credit union members ages 60 and older.
The exclusive identity theft fully managed recovery for elder members is made available with the Vero IDProSelect program, supported by NXG Strategies, Vero’s partner and provider of services. ElderIDPro is a proactive service to enhance IDProSelect’s powerful recovery and restoration benefits specifically for vulnerable elders.
“We offer a unique solution that will act on an elder member’s suspicions to allow professional advocates to determine the real extent of their abuse and how to mitigate their dangers,” said Joe Annoreno, Chief Executive Officer at Vero. “We give elders a true safe haven of support when it appears ID theft or fraud is threatening their security and they don’t know who to trust.”
Vero is offering an ElderIDPro bonus value for credit unions that sign an IDProSelect contract between March 1 and December 31, 2016, and implement Vero’s IDProSelect embedded services for members with checking accounts prior to June 30, 2017. The limited time, special promotion provides members without checking accounts and who are 60 years and older, free fully managed recovery services to insure the best support is available for all the elders at the credit union.
“We are pleased to provide credit unions with an identity recovery service that may be the most effective response to the current federal Elder Abuse Law that has been in effect since July 1, 2014,” said Jim McCabe, Senior Vice President, Identity Theft Solutions at Vero. “This service provides an ultimate safety net to elder members while helping credit unions better address the legal stress of adhering to state elder abuse laws.”
Credit union professionals interested in learning more about Vero’s IDProSelect and or ElderIDPro can contact Jim McCabe at 480.748.0403 or at email@example.com.
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