Robert Siciliano CEO of
IDTheftSecurity.com Inc. Disclosure Policy
Robert Siciliano, CEO of IDTheftSecurity.com, generates income in the form of speaking, consulting, training, writing, blogging and serving as a spokesperson for products and services that align with our beliefs, values and morals.
We often cover issues pertaining to personal security—that is, fundamentally protecting oneself from harm—as it relates to violence and theft prevention in the physical and virtual world. Our continued goal is to inform and educate the public on their options in order for them to take responsibility for themselves and not rely on others to take action to protect them from harm.
We will always disclose business relationships with our readers whenever they are relevant to the content presented.
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We do not align ourselves with or make recommendations of any products or services that we do not fully believe to be a solution to a problem described in any blog post or article.
As a small business, we have relationships with numerous like-minded companies in which we believe and have a vested interest in their success. Every company with which we have arrangements have been fully vetted, including a process of determining their value to society and the benefits they provide. We will never associate with companies that we feel are doing harm to society. While we understand that all companies have “growing pains” and must learn from their errors, we will never compromise our integrity in order to generate revenue.
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