Beat Smartphone Security Threats With MobileTrust – Giveaway

I recall the holiday weekend I checked my bank account and one of my accounts had been completely wiped out.  This was not because of any mobile activity, but since then I have been even more cautious when using my debit card, online banking etc.  Shortly after that occurred I heard about MobileTrust  by Strikeforce.  I had no idea you could get security for mobile devices.

MobileTrust is a cyber security tool that protects your smart phone from hackers. MobileTrust helps users protect their location, text messages, camera, stored photos, banking data and other private information.

I have recently switched from an Android to iPhone.  I am still learning and my kids are checking my phone for me.  Just the other day one of them told me people can see where you are.  Then they went in and did something with my settings to fix it.    As I get acclimated with my new phone I am learning to guard myself with MobileTrust as well.

As technology vastly moves I have felt like I cannot keep up and feel unprotected.  MobileTrust gives me some reassurance while using using my phone and doing things online.  I have been a victim one too many times.  Either online or just shopping in store.  At least I know I will have some protection with Mobile Trust.

MobileTrust protects your:

  • Online banking
  • Credit card information
  • Social Security number
  • Personal health information
  • Email and word processing

As new phones come out like the iPhone 7, MobileTrust is definitely keeping up with technology and is a product that can show  you how to protect your mobile device.

You can also learn how to protect mobile devices.  Here is an opportunity to try it for yourself.  Enter for a chance to win an annual subscription to MobileTrust ($29.99)  Good luck!
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