Identity theft is a scary thing. These thieves steal your name, number, social security number, bank account information to gain access to your account in order to commit fraud and buy products without your knowledge.
If you suspect that you are a victim of identity theft, it’s vital monitor your financial accounts and credit reports yourself. Look for any unexpected withdrawals or indications that someone was using your banking funds without your knowledge. Also if you receive any mail that might indicated that accounts have been opened, bills not paid, or anything that seems fishy.
To get a copy of your credit report for free, go to annualcreditreport.com. You are able to get a free copy from each of the three main credit bureaus yearly. If you find evidence of fraud, you can request a fraud alert on from these three bureaus by contacting them directly:
If you are unable to get any fraudulent activity removed or remedied and it is negatively affecting your life, it may be time to contact a consumer protected attorney. Contact Francis and Mailman at 877-735-8600 and file your free case review today to get started.
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