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Identify Theft Article by State Senator, Dave Aronber
Money and Finances djscaduto writes "This article was provided by our State Senator, Dave Aronberg, which with this growing problem facing each of us, you may find helpful and of some interest.
D. Scaduto,
Pres. Shadywoods HOA, Inc.

Identity Theft – Don’t Give It Away!

Identity theft is America’s fastest growing crime, costing 10 million Americans roughly $5 billion each year.
Identity theft is defined as:
●The unauthorized use or attempted use of an existing account
●The unauthorized use or attempted use of personal information to open a new account
●The misuse of personal information for a fraudulent purpose
Has this happened to you? If so, here’s how to begin to limit the harm from identity theft:
(1) Place an initial fraud alert by asking one of the three credit reporting companies to put an alert on your
credit report. They will then tell the other two credit companies. An initial fraud alert can make it harder for an identity thief to open more accounts in your name. The alert lasts for 90 days but you can renew it. (See
(2) Order your credit reports. Identity theft victims are entitled to a free credit report from each of the three credit reporting companies: Equifax (1-800-525-6285), Experian (1-888-397-3742) and TransUnion (1-800-680-7289).
(3) Create an identity theft report. An identity theft report gives you some important rights that can help you recover from the theft. To create one, file a complaint with the FTC ( and print your Identity Theft Affidavit. Use that to file a police report and create your Identity Theft Report.
For more tips, follow the additional recommendations in the Federal Trade Commission’s document, Taking
Charge: What to do if your identity is stolen. (
Remember, if you don’t originate a call to someone, do not share any personal information, particularly sensitive information such as your social security number. Credit cards offer greater protection than using debit cards, and using cash is always the safest way to complete a person-to-business transaction.
If that little voice tells you to be cautious, listen. Many times the identity thieves are well outside the borders
of our United States and extremely difficult to find, arrest and prosecute. It is much easier to prevent identity
theft than to pick up the pieces afterward. "
Posted by tchadmin on Saturday, March 07 @ 14:32:54 CST (14 reads)
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