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You may also need to contact one or more of the following government bodies, each of which will inform you of the necessary procedures.
  • Mail fraud
    If you suspect that someone has changed your address with the post office or used the mail to commit identity theft, notify the US Postal Inspector.
  • Fraud using your Social Security number
    If someone has used your Social Security number to commit identity theft, call the Social Security Administration at 800/772-1213. You can order a copy of your earnings and benefits statement to check whether someone has used your Social Security number to get a job or to avoid paying taxes.
  • Fraud involving your driver's license number
    If your driver's license number has been used to open accounts or verify checks, contact your state's Department of Motor Vehicles.





 

There are also a number of helpful services to help you respond if you have been a victim of identity theft:

Federal Trade Commission's Identity Theft Hotline
800/269-0271

Social Security Administration's Fraud Hotline
877/ID-THEFT





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