LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - Mar 16, 2017) - Adama Technologies Corp. (OTC PINK: ADAC) announced today the release of the updated SafeGuard website. The website details SafeGuard's extensive products and service offerings and explains how SafeGuard's propriety technology can protect individuals and businesses from the rising risk of identity theft and sensitive data breaches. With more than 15 million United States residents having their identities used fraudulently every year costing more than $50 Billion in losses and damages, Adama believes that these market ready products will be in high demand.
Mark Brown, the founder of SafeGuard, stated, "In today's digital age, there are seemingly countless ways identity thieves and cyber criminals can get personal information about you, steal your money and even commit crimes in your name. The risks are staggering and real and our products and services can protect both individuals and families as well as businesses that are often storing sensitive data that are targeted by hackers."
SafeGuard offers comprehensive Identity Theft protection and restoration services including their powerful, propriety Buying Power Rejuvenator (BPR) program that allows customers to repair their credit, and even bundle numerous SafeGuard services such as credit counseling, data security and identity theft protection.
Mr. Brown continued, "As consumers explore and discover our full product offerings, learn about our capabilities to repair and restore damaged credit and interact with our outstanding customer service, I believe the response will be staggering."
The complete product layout and presentation is available on the SafeGuard website which is www.SafeGuardpii.com and contains detailed descriptions of all of SafeGuard's products as well as additional corporate information.
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