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While you don't need to report a stolen credit card to the FTC, you should report identity theft to the FTC right away. That way the FTC can create a report that you can use to prove the ID theft to businesses and financial institutions. To do this, you can fill out a report online or call 877-438-4338.
File a report with the Federal Trade Commission. Contact your local police department. Notify the IRS and your identity theft insurance, if applicable. Place a fraud alert on your credit reports. Freeze your credit. Sign up for a credit monitoring service, if offered. Tighten security on your accounts.
Check your credit card statements and bank account. If you notice any suspicious activity, alert your bank or credit union right away. Run a credit report. U.S. citizens are entitled to a free one every 12 months. Monitor your finances closely.
Identity (ID) theft happens when someone steals your personal information to commit fraud. The identity thief may use your information to fraudulently apply for credit, file taxes, or get medical services. These acts can damage your credit status, and cost you time and money to restore your good name.
Review Your Credit Reports. Change Your Passwords. Consider a Credit Freeze. Place a Fraud Alert on Your Credit Reports. Contact Creditors and Banks. Contact Police. Contact the Federal Trade Commission. Contact Other Agencies or Organizations.
Report identity (ID) theft to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) online at IdentityTheft.gov or by phone at 1-877-438-4338.
While you don't need to report a stolen credit card to the FTC, you should report identity theft to the FTC right away. That way the FTC can create a report that you can use to prove the ID theft to businesses and financial institutions. To do this, you can fill out a report online or call 877-438-4338.
File a report with the Federal Trade Commission. Contact your local police department. Notify the IRS and your identity theft insurance, if applicable. Place a fraud alert on your credit reports. Freeze your credit. Sign up for a credit monitoring service, if offered. Tighten security on your accounts.
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