Resources to Help You Protect Your Identity
Your identity is uniquely yours, and we’re here to help you keep it that way. Use this collection of free tools, guides, and recommended websites to learn about identity theft protection and recovery.
How to get a free copy of your credit report.
Learn how to opt out of unsolicited mailings, calls, and emails.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission manages a website with step-by-step instructions for the investigation of and recovery from identity theft.
The Identity Theft Resource Center is an organization that provides free resources and information on protecting against and recovering from identity theft.
Learn about steps you can take to protect your personal information online.
These websites provide information about online threats and how you can minimize them.
If you are a victim of tax-related identity theft, the IRS can help.
Did you know that identity theft can happen to your kids? Learn what you can do about it.
Planning to take a long trip? Forward your mail while you’re away.
The FTC provides examples of letters to send your bank, credit bureaus, and other organizations to notify them of fraudulent activity.
From Our Blog
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