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Identity theft occurs when someone uses another person's personal information to defraud them, creditors, other people, or businesses. Identity theft may include credit card or debit card fraud, mail fraud, applying for additional credit cards using the fraudulent identity and other crimes.

Freeze Your Credit:

Putting a freeze on your credit puts you in control of who and when your credit is pulled. The following are the links to the Credit Reporting sites to place a freeze on your credit. For Trans Union you will need to set up an account first on their web site; however, for Experian and Equifax you will just need to set up the security freeze. Remember to write down your PIN at the end of setting up each credit freeze at each credit bureau listed below so you can access your credit in the future. It is very important that you keep each PIN number secure and in a safe place. It is also a good idea to keep multiple copies, for example: one in a safe at home and one in a safety deposit box.

TransUnion

Experian

Equifax

 If you are a victim of identity theft:

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