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Crime Prevention & Safety
You may be a victim of identity theft if:
You notice transactions or withdrawals on your bank statement that you do not recognize or did not make
You discover new accounts on your credit report that you do not recognize
You are not receiving bills and account statements in the mail
A creditor you mailed a payment to did not receive the payment
You receive notice that your personal information was compromised by a data breach
You receive notice that a new bank card was requested, but you did not request the card
You are receiving phone calls from a debt collection agency about debts you do not recognize or did not incur
You receive bills from medical providers for services you did not use or receive
You receive a letter in the mail from the IRS stating you owe taxes on unreported income
You are unable to file your yearly taxes because someone has already filed taxes under your social security number
How Identity Theft Happens
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