Our Programs Will Protect You After the Equifax Hack!

Were you affected by the Equifax Hack? A CPN Number or SCN Number is separate from your Social Security Number (SSN). It helps to protect one’s Social Security Number (SSN) from various internet threats such as identity theft. These numbers can be used in place of the Social Security Number (SSN) when an individual applies for credit.

Creditors do not get any benefits when their clients get a new credit
file. Based on the 1974 Privacy Act, a person is not obligated to give
his or her Social Security Number (SSN) to any private entities. When    it comes to the legality, CPN Number (Credit Privacy Number) SCN Number (Secondary Credit Number) are completely legal. However, it should be kept in mind that they can be utilized for credit purposes only and not for deceitful intentions.

Using a CPN Number (Credit Privacy Number) / SCN Number (Secondary Credit Number) makes it easier to segregate finances in the event of identity theft. Without access to a Social Security Number (SSN) the thief is somewhat limited in the amount of difficulties they are creating for the rightful owner of the number. Getting a CPN Number (Credit Privacy Number) / SCN Number (Secondary Credit Number) does not release a person from his or her previous debts. In fact the individual remains liable for all debts incurred on credit accounts referencing a SSN OR CPN OR SCN. Obtaining this number will not replace old bad credit.