Identity Theft Resources

Prevent being a victim of identity theft:

MyPublicInfo MyPublicInfo, Inc. (MPI) was founded to provide consumers with their own background check information and identity theft-prevention tools. MPI is the industry leader in identity management and protection services.

Consumer Info
Safeguard your good credit with a credit review and more.

Fraud Tips FraudTips
A collection of tips, articles, and other information related to the prevention of fraud, in particular check fraud.

Privacy Guard With PrivacyGuard, consumers get a triple layer of protection, with credit monitoring from the three major credit bureaus, plus alert services.


Protect your credit from fraud with these Credit Bureau Web sites:

AnnualCreditReport AnnualCreditReport
By law, consumers are entitled to one free credit report in a twelve month period through this Web site.

Equifax Equifax
Equifax offers multiple options for reviewing and monitoring credit information.

Experian Experian
Consumers can order credit reports, with an emphasis on credit scores and credit education.

TransUnion TransUnion
TransUnion allows consumers to order their credit reports online, and offers information on how to maintain good credit.


If you think you have been a victim of identity theft:

Global Fraud Solutions Global Fraud Solutions
Global Fraud Solutions offers CasePlanner, an innovative software solution for identity theft resolution. CasePlanner takes you through every phase of the process; documenting, reporting, and resolving cases involving account takeover, new account fraud, criminal impersonations, and more.

Federal Trade Commission Federal Trade Commission
Victims of identity theft may file a complaint with the FTC and take further steps to prevent fraud.

Social Security Administration Social Security Administration
Visit this Web site for next steps should your social security card become lost or stolen.

Internet Fraud Complaint Center Internet Fraud Complaint Center
A collaboration between the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the National White Collar Crime Center, this agency addresses fraud committed over the Internet.

United States Postal Service United States Postal Service
Consumers can file a mail fraud complaint through USPS for cases of identity theft that involve the US Mail.



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