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IDENTITY THEFT
Updated: 11/19/2020
IDENTITY THEFT
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  • Identity Theft is when someone steals personal information and uses that information to commit fraud
  • What Is Identity Theft?
  • Identity theft is when someone steals personal information and uses that information to commit fruad
  • There are many ways that our identities can be stolen, such as if someone carries their social security card on them and their wallet gets stolen
  • If you think someone has stolen your identity you need to call and talk to FTC
  • What should you do if you think that your identity has been stolen?
  • Well you can store all your personal information in a safe place where no one will find it
  • What are some ways that people can prevent their identities from being stolen.
  • Well your not liable for much of anything since it is fraudulent chargers, but under federal law you must pay a 50 dollar fee for your credit card if it gets stolen
  • What are some things that you are liable for when your identity is stolen?
  • Equifax, Experian and TransUnion are the three main consumer credit bureaus. They collect and store information about you that they use to generate your credit reports, which are used as the basis of your credit scores.
  • My final question is what are the three main credit reporting agencies and why are they important
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