LifeLock Identity Theft Protection Review

This feature-stacked contender offers device protection with Norton 360 antivirus

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By Aliza Vigderman Aliza Vigderman, Senior Editor, Industry Analyst & Gabe Turner Gabe Turner, Chief Editor
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Editors Rating:
9.2 /10

What We Like

What We Don't Like

  • Expensive: Once LifeLock’s one-year promotional period expires, prices go up significantly. For example, LifeLock’s most elite individual plan has a one-year promotional price of $23.99 per month but renews at $34.99 per month. The top-level plan for families with kids is $40.99 per month for the first year. It renews for $68.33 per month, a monthly increase of over $25.
  • Lower Cost, Less Insurance: Only LifeLock’s most expensive plans cover up to $1 million in losses and personal expenses related to identity theft. The least costly plans only reimburse up to $25,000 in stolen funds. On the bright side, all subscribers are covered for up to $1 million in fees for lawyers and experts.

Bottom Line

LifeLock is jam-packed with credit and identity monitoring services, from dark web monitoring to lost wallet protection. Plus, their prices are among the lowest on the market, starting at just $8.99 a month for the first year.