Table Of Contents
What is Identity Theft? 5
How They Get Your Information 7
How Do You Know You Are A Victim? 10
How Do I Prove My Identity? 13
Organizing Your Case 14
What to Do First 15
Resolving Specific Problems 20
Bank Accounts and Electronic Withdrawals 20
Fraudulent New Accounts 23
Bankruptcy Fraud 24
Credit Cards 24
Criminal Violations 25
Debt Collectors 27
Mail Theft 28
Phone Fraud 29
Correcting Your Credit Report 29
Sample Blocking Letter for Credit Agencies 32
Sample Dispute Letter for Existing Accounts 33
Identity Theft Affidavit 34
Avoid Becoming a Victim 41
Staying Safe Online 45
Using an Outside Party for Protection 48
Important Contact Information 50
Information Checklist 57
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The commercials are all over television – and they certainly are attention-grabbing! They’re the ones where the heavy, bald guy is sitting in his easy chair talking in a squeaky female voice about all the clothes he bought – including a bustier. Or the little old lady speaking with the gruff voice of a younger man about the sweet motorcycle she now owned.
While we might find these commercials funny, the real victims of identity theft find them disturbing and even painful. The media uses these types of ads to alert us to the crime of identity theft and how everyday people can be affected. You don’t have to have a lot of money to be taken advantage of. All you need is a social security number – which, of course, we all have.
The criminals who perpetrate the crime of identity theft are sly and cunning. Before you can even know it, you’re credit is ruined and you must “jump through hoops” just to get it repaired a small bit.
Identity theft is a serious crime – one that is occurring with an alarming frequency. The statistics are mindboggling.
• 1 in 4 US households have been victimized
• 10 million people last year affected
• Loss to businesses tops $47.6 billion
• Loss to victims about $5 billion
• Each victim spends about 30 hours trying to recover their name.
The problem of identity theft has become the number one fear of consumers in the world today, and unfortunately, it’s becoming more and more common.Other Details
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