Identity theft ruins lives. People whose identities have been stolen can spend years and thousands of dollars repairing the damage.
Information on how to protect yourself from identity theft is available below.
Information about Identity Theft
Avoid Identity Theft
Protect yourself from becoming a victim of identity theft.
What To Do If Your Identity Has Been Stolen
Steps to take and who to contact if your identity has been stolen.
What To Do If You Lose Your Wallet Or Purse
Five immediate steps to take if you lose your wallet or purse.
How To Place A Security Freeze and Fraud Alert
Information on how to place a security freeze and a fraud alert on your credit file from the Attorney General's Office.
Identity Theft Information from the Office of the Attorney General
Information from the United States Postal Service
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) - National Resource
for ID Theft
U.S. Dept of Justice - Identity Theft and Fraud
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