What are qualified identity expenses?

Learn about the qualified identity expenses under the TELUS Online Security plans.


Examples of qualified identity expenses

Should you become a victim of identity theft, the Identity Theft Reimbursement Coverage is here to help. Reimbursement for reasonable and necessary attorney, investigative agency or private investigator, and certified public accountant costs up to the limit of your plan, if needed to amend or rectify your identity records. You will be covered for qualified ID theft related expenses, up to the limit of your plan.†††

Examples of expenses as result of amending or rectify records due to identity fraud:

  • Costs of notarizing affidavits and travel
  • Actual lost base wages taken off work
  • Child or elderly care costs
  • Replacement of identification cards, drivers licenses and passports
  • Legal costs
  • Accounting costs, and many more

Pro tip: Read the Summary of Benefits under Insurance Coverage found here for detailed coverage information.

†††The Identity Theft Reimbursement Coverage, with a limit of up to $25,000 for Basic Plus, up to $100,000 for Premium and up to $1 Million for Premium Plus, is underwritten and administered by American Bankers Insurance Company of Florida, an Assurant company, under group or blanket policies issued to LifeLock or its respective affiliates for the benefit of its Members. Please refer to the actual policies for terms, conditions, exclusions of coverage, and for the types of experts that may be covered for reimbursement of professional service fees.
Experts not specified in the policies will not qualify for reimbursement. Coverage may not be available in all jurisdictions. Review the Summary of Benefits under the Insurance Coverage (Canada) here.