"Identity theft occurs when somone uses your personal information such as your name, Social Security number, credit card number or other identifying information, without your permission to commit fraud or other crimes.
If you think your identify has been stolen, here's what to do now..."
"A group of credit grantors, consumer advocates, and attorneys at the Federal Trade Commission developed an ID Theft Affidavit to make it easier for fraud victims to report information. ... Before you send the affidavit, contact each company to find out if they accept it." 7 pages (with instructions).
"Between January and December 2003, Consumer Sentinel, the
complaint database developed and maintained by the FTC,
received over half of a million consumer fraud and identity
theft complaints. Consumers reported losses from fraud of
more than $400 million. The reports in this booklet analyze
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