Monday, July 24, 2017

Identity theft resource cheat sheet












Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in America. You must keep track
of a lot of personal information and always on point to prevent identity theft.
This Cheat Sheet includes some powerful information you need to protect your identity.



Identity theft usa.gov/USAPubs

You have the power to stop Identity theft
http://publications.usa.gov/USAPubs.php?PubID=308   


How to protect your Social Security number

http://www.ssa.gov/pubs/EN-05-10064.pdf


Agency/Name         Information They Provide

Federal Trade Commission 877-382-4357   How to protect yourself and what to do if you are a victim.

Social SecurityAdministration 800-772-1213 How to report fraud and misuse of your SSN.

United States PostalService 877-876-2455 (Postal Inspectors) It is under the tab contact us. MJA How to protect yourself from becoming a victim and how to
report mail theft.


AnnualCreditReport.com
877-322-8228 It is on the site MJA Order free annual credit report from all three credit bureaus


Identity Theft Resource
Center 888 400-5530 Information about identity theft and resources to assist you if you become a victim.

Equifax 866-640-2273 Credit bureau; provides credit reports you can use to track your credit history and standing.

Experian 888-397-3742 It is on the web site under contact us MJA Credit bureau; provides credit reports you can use to track your credit history and standing.


TransUnion  800-680-7289 Credit bureau; provides credit reports you can use to track your credit history and standing.



















Identity theft resource cheat sheet

Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in America. You must keep track of a lot of personal information and always on point...