Experian Free Dark Web Scan
- Provide an email address in order to receive a free dark web email scan
- Experian.com/FreeScan is managed by Experian Information Solutions, Inc
- Works with almost all email addresses
The Experian Free Dark Web Scan service requires the customer to be 18 years of age or older and agree to receive information in regards to the Experian IdentityWorks product, or other promotions from Experian. Once the customer provide their email address they will receive a free scan which will provide a secure link to the Dark Web report associated with the scan. Once the scan has been completed users can view the results on the Experian secure site.
Email address security is crucial because criminals try to gain access to accounts associated with it (i.e. Bank Accounts, Credit Card Accounts). Using the Experian dark web scan service is a great first step to better protect the user’s identity as it gives the user knowledge to act.
- 100% free (no hidden fees)
- Offers a free Experian app on both Google Play and the App Store
- If fraud has already been committed do not bother with the Free Scan but contact the Experian fraud department at the Fraud Resolution Department at 1-855-962-6943 within 2 days of becoming aware that a Credit, Debit or ATM card has been lost or stolen
- Customers may have to file a police report in the case of fraud
- Those who like the Experian IdentityWorks Premium service will need a credit card in order to start the free 30-day trial membership
The Experian corporate office (who operates experian.com/freescan) is based at 475 Anton Blvd, Costa Mesa, CA 926261 or their secondary corporate office at 955 American Lane, Schaumburg, IL 60173. The corporate offices can be reached at 714-830-7000 (Costa Mesa) or 224-698-5600 (Schaumburg). Please direct all media questions in regards to the Experian Free Scan service to toll-free 714 830 5300.