FTC Advises Consumers on What to Do if Their Identity is Stolen

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on June 25, 2012

“The Federal Trade Commission, the nation’s consumer protection agency, offers updated information explaining how to protect your child’s information and your own, and the immediate steps to take to limit the damage identity theft can cause. Taking Charge: What To Do If Your Identity Is Stolen is a step-by-step guide that includes sample letters, forms and essential contact information. A brochure, Identity Theft: What To Know, What To Do, explains the basic steps of protecting information and responding to identity theft. Safeguarding Your Child’s Future tells parents how to protect their children’s information, find out if a credit report has been created for them, and respond to problems.”

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