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What Should You Do If Your ID is Stolen?

Consumer alert 11
 
by

Traci Armani

Consumer Education Specialist, Division of Consumer & Business Education, FTC

You know that protecting your identity and personal information is important. And you also know that taking steps to avoid identity theft can make a big difference. But if someone steals your identity, here’s the first thing you do: go to IdentityTheft.gov.

To get you started, watch this video on how IdentityTheft.gov helps you report and recover from identity theft.

 

f your identity is still all yours, you can find some ideas to keep it that way— and to share with others. If you’re wondering what’s going on in your good name, start by getting your free credit report (right now, free every week!) at AnnualCreditReport.com.

And, to keep up to date with what the FTC is doing, sign up to get Consumer Alerts.

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