Identity Theft Protection

Your personal information is being collected and shared. Let us help keep yourself protected.


Sherpa Identity Protection can save you from a huge headache.

Today’s landscape can be a daunting place for your identity. Fortunately, SHERPA® Identity Protection can guide you through it, giving you the peace of mind and confidence you need to go about business as usual.

Using top protection technology, SHERPA® equips you with the tools and guidance to help protect your personal information. While no product can prevent identity theft, SHERPA® provides proactive monitoring to quickly identify fraudulent activity and put you on the right path forward should your information be compromised.

With York Educational Federal Credit Union and SHERPA® by your side, your identity is protected through a combination of services that includes:

  • Ongoing credit monitoring and alerts
  • 24/7 internet surveillance, social security number trace
  • Full service identity restoration
  • Lost wallet protection.
  • Plus, no charge identity theft protection insurance—out of pocket reimbursement up to $1 million and no deductible!
  • Additional services available dependent up on protection level selected

Here are the Top 10 Tips for Avoiding Identity Theft

  1. Shred old financial documents that have your private information.
  2. Avoid carrying any cards with your Social Security Number, and don’t write your SSN on your checks.
  3. Get your mail as soon as possible after delivery or use a lockable mailbox.
  4. Take ATM and other receipts with you when making purchases.
  5. Keep an eye on your credit card at all times or pay with cash.
  6. It anyone calls you unexpectedly and asks for private information, do not reveal it. Contact the company yourself to confirm before revealing private information.
  7. Remove your name from marketing lists. Call the Do-Not-Call-Registry at 888-382-1222.
  8. Ask merchants if giving them your SSN or driver’s license is really necessary.
  9. Check your credit report annually to check for suspicious activity.
  10. Review credit card statements carefully.