- Identity Theft
- How to protect yourself, warning signs, and what to do if your identity is stolen.
- Reduce the Risk
- Simple things you can do to protect yourself from ID theft before it happens.
- Fraud Alerts
- A fraud alert is a warning to potential creditors that your personal identifying information has been compromised.
- Security Freezes
- A security freeze stops the major credit reporting agencies from sharing your credit information with potential creditors.
- File an ID Theft Police Report
- If you are an ID theft victim, report it to your local law enforcement.
- Get Your Free Annual Credit Report
- You are entitled to a free credit report every year. Here's how to get it.
- Review Your Credit Report and Correct Errors
- What to look for on your credit report and how you can fix mistakes.
- ID Theft Affidavit (PDF format)
- Fill this out if you are a victim of ID Theft. Also available in Spanish.
- ID Theft Sample Letters
- Use these sample letters to write to businesses about your identity theft problem.
- Identity Theft Contact Log (PDF format)
- Use this form to track the people and agencies you contact about your stolen documents.
- Wallet and Purse Inventory (PDF format)
- Use this form to keep track of the important documents you carry in your wallet and purse. If they are stolen, you'll have this inventory at home to use when calling about your stolen documents.
- More Help and Resources
- Problem-specific help and additional information.