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Free credit monitoring

14 Jan

Target is partnering with Experian® to offer one year of free credit monitoring for all guests who shopped our U.S. stores. For more details on the offer please go to to this site for more information

How to Enroll

Enrolling online is fast, secure, easy and accessible at any time. Here’s how to register:

Visit creditmonitoring.target.com to request an activation code. Guests will be required to submit their name and an email address. After submitting their information, Target will email guests within 72 hours with their unique activation code and directions for how to enroll in ProtectMyID. Guests should look for this email and check that it does not end up in a “junk” mailbox. Emails collected during this process will only be used for the purpose of sending an activation code for free credit monitoring.
After guests receive their activation code from Target, they may visit http://www.protectmyid.com/target and use the code to start the enrollment process. It will be important for guests to verify the code they enter matches the notification they received from Target. Also, guests must be sure to click the red “Click to Redeem Your Activation Code” button (or use the “ENTER” key).
Enroll in ProtectMyID: Guests will need to provide Experian with personal information, such as name, address, date of birth and social security number. Experian asks for personal information so that identities can be verified during the registration process and future log-ins. This is strictly a security measure to ensure no one else, including Target, will have access to your information.
After completing these steps, guests can begin to take advantage of all the ProtectMyID features.

Click here to get started

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