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Identity Theft

Get Back to Being Yourself

Identity Theft has become the fastest growing white-collar crime in America. All it takes is your name, social security number, and date of birth, and a thief can apply for everything from a credit card or a bank loan to even an insurance policy. Having your identity stolen damages your sense of security, but the real hardship may be how difficult, time-consuming, and expensive it can be to restore your credit and get your life back on track.

Identity Theft coverage from Atlantic Pacific Insurance, Inc. is a simple and affordable way to protect you and your family from this growing threat. By adding ID coverage to your current Homeowners, Condo, or Renters Insurance policy, you will receive invaluable tools to help cover the costs and expenses of restoring your identity.

Included in a policy with Identity Theft protection are expenses associated with:

  • Attorney Fees
  • Costs of Certified Mail
  • Loan Re-Application Fees
  • Costs of Long Distance Phone Calls
  • Reimbursement for Lost Income
  • Costs of Executing Affidavits

Our Goal is to Secure Your Identity

In addition to helping you get your finances back in line, Atlantic Pacific Insurance, Inc. also offers some of the best service in the industry, with round-the-clock assistance from experienced professionals. Our Identity Fraud experts will work with you one-on-one to quickly assess your situation and take action to:

  • Stop further damage to your credit by contacting major credit bureaus
  • Make all required phone calls to creditors, banks, and agencies with whom you do business
  • Assist in replacing valuable documents like your driver’s license, passport, or social security card
  • Provide an emergency cash advance if theft occurs while away from home*

Having your identity stolen is frustrating enough. Having to recover and restore your credit and finances should not have to be. Talk with a specialist at Atlantic Pacific Insurance, Inc. to learn how Identity Theft coverage can help save you time, money, and a whole lot of pain.

*Restrictions and limits apply

Our Locations

Main Office

11382 Prosperity Farms Rd., Suite 123
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Main office: 561-624-1800
Toll free: 800-538-0487

Belle Glade Office

204 N.W. Avenue L
Belle Glade, FL 33430
Main office: 561-996-5800
Toll free: 800-996-7830

Big Pine Key Office

29872 Overseas Highway
Big Pine Key, FL 33043
Main office: 305-872-0557
Toll free: 800-745-3745

Key West Office

1010 Kennedy Dr, Suite 203
Key West, FL 33040
Main office: 305-294-7696
Toll free: 800-538-0487

Stuart Office

620 S.E. Central Parkway
Stuart, FL 34994
Main office: 772-223-0400
Toll free: 800-981-6811

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