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Identity Theft is already a frustrating experience. Let our experts work hard for you, so you don't have to.

We will immediately put a Fraud Alert with all three Major credit bureaus, clear all Fraudulent accounts off your credit bureau, Provide 24/7 credit monitoring, ID theft protection and a Credit Attorney working on your behalf for any credit issues.

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CREDIT BUREAUS 

If you are a victim of identity fraud, you may also call the fraud lines at the three major credit-reporting bureaus to have a Fraud Alert placed on your account.

Equifax   1-800-525-6285 
www.equifax.com 

Experian 1-899-EXPERIAN
              1-888-397-3742 
www.experian.com

Trans Union
           1-800-680-7289 
www.transunion.com

*Check your mail. If you haven't received mail for a few days, you may be the victim of mail diversion fraud. This scam involves a crook forging an individual's signature on a change-of-address from to divert your mail and obtain financial information. If you suspect your address has been changed without your permission, contact the post office.

*Track financial statements. Find out when financial statements and plastic cards are due to arrive. If they're late, contact your financial statements and plastic cards are due to arrive. If thy're late, contact your credit union or appropriate issuer.

*Protect yourself online. New Technology allows online vendors to assure customers reasonable security from online theft. If you doubt the security of the vendor, order the items over the phone.

IF IT HAPPENS

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-Contact creditors, banks, credit bureaus 

-File a Police Report and keep a copy in your personal records

-File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission, which can be reached at www.consumer.gov/idthft or (877) 438-4338

-Keep a record of all communication you make with these agencies, including each person you speak with and everything you send them.


There are steps you can take to prevent identity theft:
*Examine all your financial statements. Promptly reconcile your monthly share draft account statements. Save check stubs and credit, debit and ATM receipts. Report discrepancies between your records and monthly statements to the appropriate company. Check credit bureau reports at least once a year.

*Limit the paper trail. Store receipts in a safe place, or shred them. Destroy black checks from closed accounts and expired or unused credit cards.

*Guard your purse or wallet. Thieves often target unoccupied vehicles, unlocked office drawers, and health club locker rooms.


* Protect your personal identification number (PIN). Never keep your ATM PIN in the same place as your card. Beware of phone scams. Never give your PIN or any other personal financial information to an unknown caller.




Identity theft is a federal crime. It occurs when one person's identification (which can include name, social security number, or any account number)  is used or transferred by another person for unlawful activities.

It only takes a few seconds to become a victim of identity fraud, but it often takes months to recover. Armed with discarded credit card receipts, checks, or deposit slips, today's crooks are making unauthorized transaction from victims' accounts, and even opening new fraudulent credit cards and checking accounts. 




Protect Your Identity

You've probably heard about it in the news. It may even have happened to someone you know. The FBI calls identity theft one of the fastest growing crimes in the United States and estimates that 500,000 to 700,000  Americans become identity theft victims each year. 


WHERE TO TURN

Call Credit Repair Today!

We will immediately put a Fraud Alert with all three Major credit bureaus, clear all Fraudulent accounts off your credit bureau, Provide 24/7 credit monitoring, ID theft protection and a Credit Attorney working on your behalf for any credit issues.

Call 1-844-427-8442

SIGNS OF ID THEFT


-  Creditors deny your credit for no reason.


-  Statements for your financial accounts stop arriving.


-  Bills start coming for things you did not buy.


-  Unauthorized charges show up on your accounts. 


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