People's United Bank launches AlwaysChecking

09/07/20

People's United Bank, N.A. a subsidiary of People's United Financial, has announced the launch of AlwaysChecking, a premium digital identity and credit protection service offered in partnership with Experian, designed for customers to monitor their, and their families' digital identity from a single dashboard. AlwaysChecking is offered free exclusively to all personal checking account customers of the Bank, and for those opening a new account.

"AlwaysChecking goes beyond the typical monitoring of bank-associated accounts and helps to protect and alert customers of any potential digital breaches for free. It aligns a sophisticated technology solution we know customers are looking for with the Bank's core value proposition of local and personalized service," said Sara Longobardi, SEVP, Retail Banking, People's United Bank. "Similar to logging into online or mobile banking to view your financial profile and manage it from your fingertips, AlwaysChecking does the same for your digital identity. With AlwaysChecking, customers can access a digital identity dashboard from any mobile or computer device, where they can register their credit cards, their family's internet profile, even their license and passport and monitor it in real-time."

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