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Identity Theft occurs when someone steals your personal information to establish credit, purchase items, or borrow money in your name. The number of Americans affected by identity theft will top 30 million this year. So, how can you protect yourself from identity theft and what should you do if you suspect you are a victim of identity theft?
Fraud Education and Awareness
The first step in protecting yourself from fraud is to arm yourself with information by learning more about the schemes and other methods that fraudsters can use to obtain your personal information. Here, we explain some of the more common scams below and provide suggestions on how to avoid them. Click on the links to learn more.
Advance Fee Schemes
Be wary of requests to pay advance fees in exchange for promises of lucrative payoffs.Learn more
Watch out for devices that fraudsters attach to ATMs to obtain your personal informationLearn more
Prize and Lottery Scams
Be alert to “too good to be true” notifications of prize and lottery winnings.Learn more
Beware of text messages, emails, telephone calls, and recordings that request confidential data.Learn more
About Identity Theft
Offenses involving identity theft are on the rise. Be aware of ways to protect yourself.Learn more
Report Identity Theft
If you think you might be a victim of identity theft, report it as quickly as possible.Learn more
Internet Buyer Scam
Alert – Internet Buyer Scam Notice!Learn more
Taking proactive steps to stay protected.Learn more
IMPROVING YOUR PROTECTION AGAINST FRAUD, BY MAKING IT MORE DIFFICULT FOR PREDATORS TO HACK OUR SYSTEMS
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