Identity Theft Protection

What to Know

Identity theft can happen to anyone. Allstate Identity Protection will help protect you and provide peace of mind through the recovery process. Benefits include financial account, credit, and social media monitoring, 24/7 fraud alerts, and up to $1 million in identity theft reimbursement.

How It Works

DuPont provides all employees and their eligible dependents access to identity theft protection through Allstate.

Here’s an overview of how Allstate Identity Protection can support you:

You can enroll in this benefit during Annual Enrollment and choose from two types of coverage: coverage for yourself, or coverage for you and your family.

The cost for Allstate Identity Protection is automatically deducted from your DuPont paycheck and will vary depending on which coverage level you choose to enroll in:

Monthly Rate
$6.50 per month
Your Family
$12.50 per month

Types of Services Provided By the Plan

Here are a few of the services that you’ll receive while covered under the plan:

  • Financial account and credit monitoring
  • Social media and dark web monitoring
  • 24/7 alerts and fraud recovery
  • Up to $1 million identity theft expense reimbursement

How to Get Started

Enroll in Identity Theft Insurance during Annual Enrollment by visiting DuPont Connection. After enrolling, you’ll receive an email with login instructions. You will need to provide your Social Security number and date of birth to log in.

While your coverage will be effective on January 1 of the following calendar year, it won’t begin until you activate your account by logging in. If you enroll within 30 days of your hire date or qualifying life event, your coverage will be effective on the first of the month following your election.

If you have any questions after you enroll, contact Allstate’s privacy experts, who are available 24/7 by phone (1-800-789-2720) or email.

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