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Hello @Sagebrush220, Sorry for the inconvenience you had about getting your question answered related to our new service offering for Identity Theft Protection. I opened a support ticket on your behalf and responded there in case you have any personal questions.

Financial asset monitoring is transaction-based.

Monitoring financial transactions is a great way to detect potential fraud early. Link your accounts here to monitor activity in one place—such as credit cards, checking & savings, and investment accounts. Then, set alert preferences to get notified when a transaction exceeds a specific limit.

I hope this answers your questions; however, if not, I will also respond via Support ticket, and you can ask here or there for any additional questions. 

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Thank you Jason for the prompt reply and providing clarification.  That helps me understand how it works and what it applies to.  My understanding is that medical accounts fraud is another target for bad actors and I'm assuming privacy laws might prevent monitoring these accounts, but wanted to check if there are solutions for this other than e.g., reviewing the accounts monthly.  At present, my med plan does not provide alerts capability.  Thanks again.

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