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​Identity Theft

The FBI defines identity theft as the misuse of another individual's personal identifying information for fraudulent purposes. It is almost always committed to facilitate other crimes, such as credit card fraud, mortgage fraud, and check fraud.  According to the Federal Trade Commission, about 8.1 million Americans were reportedly victims of identity fraud in 2010.  Find out how you can prevent identity theft and what to do if you are already a victim with these helpful resources.

​Protect Your Identity - Keep on Eye on Your Credit Report

The federal government has resources to help you protect yourself. 

Other Resources

Learn more about federal identity theft laws from the Department of Justice's Office for Victims of Crime.

Find out more about identity theft in Arizona from the Arizona Attorney General and what Arizona laws related to identity theft.

Call the Arizona Identity Theft Coalition Hotline at 602-542-2145. 

For a general guide to identity theft protection, detailed reviews, expert ratings, and data-driven comparisons, check out the resources at Identity Theft Protection Reviews

​What To Do If Your Identity is StolenImage of a courthouse and the scales of justice.

The Federal Trade Commission has resources to help you if your identity is stolen.

Learn more from the online book, Taking Charge: What To Do If Your Identity Is Stolen.

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