LifeLock vs. EverSafe
Recognized for their identity theft protection services and cybersecurity tools, LifeLock by Norton Security gives customers access to the essentials and more for protecting their confidential information. EverSafe helps elderly Americans to protect their financial and confidential information with their services. Learn more about both companies to decide which is right for you.
Starting monthly fee
Internet/Dark web monitoring
Tri-bureau credit monitoring
Bank account monitoring
ID theft insurance
Medical fraud monitoring
|60 days (Annual Membership)||30 days|
|Digital and online privacy protection||Monitoring features for the elderly|
Frequently Asked Questions about LifeLock and EverSafe
Having an identity theft protection company monitor your confidential information around-the-clock is helpful. While you can certainly keep a close eye on your bank account, credit reports, and digital information, there are some parts of the web that you might not be familiar with, such as hidden websites where information can be traded. We believe that using an identity theft protection service can provide you with an additional set of eyes in monitoring and safeguarding your information.
LifeLock gives you three plans to choose from: Standard ($9.99/mo.), Advantage ($19.99/mo.), and Ultimate Plus ($29.99/mo.). The Standard Plan gives you access to up to $25,000 in stolen funds reimbursement, identity monitoring alerts, credit monitoring for a single bureau, and more. The Advantage and Ultimate Plus plans offer more
EverSafe has three plans: Essentials ($7.49/mo.), Plus ($14.99/mo.), and Gold ($24.99/mo.). Identity theft monitoring features are only available in the Plus and Gold plans, including SSN number monitoring and credit monitoring. The Essentials Plan only offers bank account monitoring, dark web monitoring, and access to real estate monitoring for an additional $4.99/mo
Yes, LifeLock has a 60-Day Money Back Guarantee available for annual memberships only. If you choose a month-to-month LifeLock plan, you will not have access to this guarantee.
Yes, EverSafe has a 30-day trial period. You will not be charged your monthly fee until after your first 30 days of their service, giving you time to try EverSafe’s services risk-free.