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Tips to Help You Protect Your Privacy
You may limit the marketing material you receive through the mail, by telephone or by e-mail. If you would like to reduce the amount of advertising you receive from other companies, write to the Direct Marketing Association at the appropriate address listed below. You must provide your name, address and telephone number with your request:
If someone has used your personal identification to fraudulently establish credit, report the incident as quickly as possible to each of the credit reporting agencies and request that a fraud alert be placed on your file.
Obtain a copy of your credit report from each of the credit reporting agencies. Check to see whether any additional accounts were opened without your consent or whether unauthorized charges were billed to your accounts. To request copies of your credit reports call the three agencies listed in the table above this paragraph.
Contact the Social Security Administration’s Fraud Hotline at 800-269-0271 to report the unauthorized use of your personal identification information.
Contact your State Department of Motor Vehicles to see whether the Department has issued an unauthorized license number in your name. If so, notify them that you are a victim of identify theft.
File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") by contacting the FTC's Identify Theft Hotline by:
Ask for a copy of ID Theft: When Bad Things Happen to Your Good Name, a free comprehensive guide to help you guard against and recover from identity theft.
Avoid Foreclosure Scams
Please view this short video: Avoid Foreclosure Scams
Call the Department of Consumer Credit if you have any questions or to report a scam.
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