Take Quick Action to Save Time and Money if You’re the Victim of Identity Theft

Take Quick Action to Save Time and Money if You’re the Victim of Identity Theft

by | Jun 15, 2020

If you, unfortunately, become a victim of identity theft, the earlier you catch signs of fraud the better.

Early detection can save you time and money. It can take months and even years to recover from identity theft. The quicker you take action, the faster you can recover from the fraud.

With swift action, you can help reduce and even stop damage to your credit, finances and identity. Recovering from identity theft can include:

  • Filing police reports, especially if a creditor or other company requires a police report for their records
  • Reporting identity theft to the Federal Trade Commission
  • Reporting identity theft to the three major credit bureaus
  • Possibly placing a freeze on your credit report
  • Notifying financial institutions and other companies you have accounts under
  • Disputing inaccuracies on your credit report
  • Informing debt collection agencies of identity theft.

One important way you can get in front of identity theft is to monitor your credit and identity. Active credit monitoring can alert you to suspicious activity and identity fraud, saving you time and money.

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*Source: Fair Isaac Corporation.

**$1 Million ID Theft Coverage – provides up to $1 million in coverage for: funds stolen by unauthorized electronic funds transfer from an account in your name, legal fees, miscellaneous expenses, and up to $1,500 per week (five weeks maximum) for wages lost while resolving a stolen identity event. Underwritten by AIG.

$25K ID Theft Coverage – provides up to $25,000 in coverage for: funds stolen by unauthorized electronic funds transfer from an account in your name, coverage for elderly and child care, legal fees, miscellaneous expenses, and up to $500 per week (five weeks maximum) for wages lost while resolving a stolen identity event. Family members means up to 3 of the enrollee’s children under the age of twenty-four (24) who permanently live in the same residence as the enrollee at the time of the stolen identity event. Underwritten by AIG.

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