The VetReward Card: Your Secure Military ID

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Did you know that servicemembers and veterans report ID theft at twice the rate of the general public? Using government-issued military identification in civilian life to show your military status or your sensitive military credentials online is known to put your personal information at risk of being shared or sold to third-parties or, even worse, stolen.

At Veterans Advantage, our first priority is to protect our members’ privacy. When you become a VetRewards Member, your VetRewards Card acts as your secure Military ID. Your card displays only your name, branch of service, and Member ID. With your VetRewards Card, there is no need to share your sensitive personal information to get discounts that thank you for your and your family’s service.Your Member ID is the only information we share with our benefit partners to check your military eligibility.

Want added protection against identity theft? For the average cost of about $1 a month, VetRewards members can purchase TravelProtection™, which includes ID Theft Assistance to advise you how to protect your identity or help you recover your identity in the unfortunate event your identity is stolen.

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Scott's View Discounts & Benefits Scott's View: Happy Army Birthday and Flag Day – Announcing Lufthansa & United discounts on transatlantic flights As we noted in our joint press release announcing our new partnership with Lufthansa, this new VetRewards Exclusive gives you the very best Europe has to offer with an exclusive offer. Lufthansa is the largest airline in the world, in terms of revenue, and we are pleased to announce continued VetRewards offer growth in the travel industry, with more on the way!
Sgt. Frank Charrow Military & Veterans Life Cover Story: Sgt. Frank Charrow lost and found Editor’s Note: General Bell is the former Commanding General 220th Military Police Brigade (Army Reserve), USMA Graduate Class 1957, Graduate of Army and National War Colleges and is the author of more than 300 military, domestic and foreign publications.  He is also the most published free-lance writer in the 20th Century to the oldest military journal in the world still being published, the Austrian OeMZ. In this Cover Story, he gives a little-known historical perspective of D-Day, the Allied Forces attack on Normandy Beach nearly 75 years ago.

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Do you and your family vacation without travel insurance?

Sign up for VetRewards today and you’ll be eligible for TravelProtection™ at only $20 for a full year of coverage.

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Did you know that your immediate family members are eligible for VetRewards Exclusive discounts?

With VetRewards, you can add family members to your primary plan at 50% OFF every year.

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