Because of a recent change to your account status, your free alerts were deactivated.
That means you'll no longer receive:
•Social Security number alerts: we monitored thousands of Dark Web sites every day and alerted you whenever we found your SSN.
•New Inquiry alerts: we monitored your Experian® credit report every day and alerted you when anyone pulled your credit, so you can recognize possible fraud.
•New Account alerts: we monitored your Experian® credit report every day and alerted you if there was a new credit card, car loan, mortgage or other account listed.
Discover Identity Alerts are offered by Discover Bank at no cost, only available online, and currently include the following services: (a) daily monitoring of your Experian® credit report and an alert when a new inquiry or account is listed on your report; (b) daily monitoring of thousands of Dark Web sites known for revealing personal information and an alert if your Social Security number is found on such a website. This information is intended for, and only provided to, Primary credit cardmembers whose accounts are open, in good standing and have an email address on file. The Primary cardmember must agree online to receive identity alerts. Identity alert services are based on Experian information and data which may differ from information and data at other credit bureaus. Monitoring your credit report does not impact your credit score. This benefit may change or end in the future. Discover Bank is not a credit repair organization as defined under federal or state law, including the Credit Repair Organizations Act. To see a list of Frequently Asked Questions, visit Discover.com/freealerts.