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Information and Forms To Help Fight Identity Theft

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Identity Theft

Questions and answers about when when someone uses your name, Social Security number, date of birth, credit card or bank account information, or other personal information without your authorization to commit fraud.

Identity Theft and Your Social Security Number

A dishonest person who has your Social Security number can use it to get other personal information about you

Report Fraud to the Federal Trade Commission (Separate Website)

Protect yourself and your community by reporting fraud, scams and bad business practices to the Federal Trade Commission. The Federal Trade Commission is a federal agency that protects consumers.

Report Identity Theft to the Federal Trade Commission

Report identity theft to the FTC by going to IdentityTheft.gov. You decide how much information you want to report. the information you provide will be available for law enforcement. If you report identity theft using the FTC's online tool, you will receive an FTC Identity Theft Report and step-by-step recovery plan. The recovery plan includes directions, contact information and form letters.

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