So confident is Lifelock in its $10-$15/month “identity theft protection service” that its CEO Todd Davis posts his social security number in its ads. Unfortunately, his identity has been stolen 13 times since doing so, reports the Phoenix Times. The FTC fined Lifelock $12 million in March for deceptive advertising.
After Posting SS# In Ads, Lifelock CEO's Identity Stolen 13 Times
By Ben Popken May 19, 2010
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