Keep your kids safe this summer
By Amy Power, President, The Power Group
Children are now 35% more likely to become victims of identity theft when compared to adults. With it becoming more difficult to protect your kids from virtual and physical dangers (even inside your own home), Aaron Fuller has come up with the solution to ensure online identity theft for children is one less thing for parents to worry about.
Founder of Project Klear, Aaron Fuller, has made it his mission to ensure that children of all ages (from newborns to 21-year-olds) can be protected by the company’s child protective software by scanning their birth date, social security number and other personal information to detect any potential threats or attacks. Fuller came up with the idea in 2003 when his niece had her identity stolen, while the perpetrator used her social security number illegally. From this incident and being a father of two, Fuller was motivated to come up with a guaranteed solution.
To kick-start this initiative, Fuller is giving out 10,000 free scans (a $70,000 value) to children across the DFW area and plans to launch nationwide in the near future. Project Klear’s goal is to protect 100,000 children in Texas by the end of 2016.
Project Klear is looking for sponsors to join this initiative, along with local and regional publications that are able to help spread the word of the global launch and its goals. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact Elizabeth Feigenbaum: [email protected] or 781.801.0204.
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