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 Identity Theft

  More than 27 million Americans have been the victims of identity theft.  Here's what you can do to protect your identity:

  1. Do not give out financial information such as account numbers, credit or debit card numbers, or your Social Security number, unless you know the person or the organization.

  2. Report lost or stolen checks immediately.

  3. Notify the Credit Union of suspicious telephone inquiries, such as those asking for account information to "verify a statement" or "award a prize."

  4. Closely guard your personal identification numbers (PINs).

  5. Shred any financial solicitations and statements before disposing of them.

  6. Put outgoing mail into a secure, official Postal Service collection box.

  7. If regular monthly bills fail to reach you, call the company to find out why.

  8. If your bills include questionable items, investigate them immediately.

  9. Periodically contact the three major credit reporting agencies to review your credit report and make certain the information is correct.

 

 

Report fraud 

Order credit report

Equifax  
(www.equifax.com)
 
Hearing Impaired

1-888-766-0008
1-800-525-6285

 

 

1-800-685-1111

1-800-255-0056
(Ask operator to call auto disclosure line 1-800-685-1111)

Experian (www.experian.com)
TDD

1-888-397-3742

1-800-972-0322

1-888-397-3742

 

TransUnion (www.transunion.com)

TDD

1-800-680-7289

1-877-553-7803

1-800-888-4213

Federal Trade Commission 
(http://www.consumer.ftc.gov/features/feature-0014-identity-theft)

 

1-877-438-4338

 

 

 

 

 

 

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