It is estimated that over one million Americans are the victim of identity theft each year. Identity theft or identy fraud are terms used to describe all types of crime in which someone unlawfully obtains and uses another person's information and data in a form that involces fraud, deception and theft. The crime of identity theft is quite often time delayed in that a victim may not know that he or she has become a victim of identity theft for many months after the fact. In fact, a victim usually does not discover the crime until they are denied an extension of credit.
This Guide will answers questions like:
- What is Identity Theft
- How Does Identity Theft Occur
- How to Avoid Becoming a Victim
- What to Do if You Becaome a Victim
The guide will also provide you will valuable information about State and Federal Statutes, Contact Information and a Sample Dispute Letter
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