www.annualcreditreport.com | Fact Act Free Credit Report
Jan14

www.annualcreditreport.com | Fact Act Free Credit Report

The Credit Bureaus Give You a Free Credit Report Each Year The FACT Act passed in 2003 ensured Americans had the right to access their own free credit reports. The three major credit bureaus collaborated to launch a centralized, free service in order to make it simple for people to request their information. You can access your reports by phone, mailed request, or online at annualcreditreport.com. You are able to use any of those...

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How to avoid tax scams
Dec03

How to avoid tax scams

Handling your taxes every year can be stressful. There are often many forms to complete and documents that must be provided. All of this should be done in the appropriate time frame, too. Of course, scammers know this and work to exploit the stress and distraction of regular people by conducting tax scams. This type of scam is often designed to exploit people’s fear of the IRS or incurring tax-related debts. There are two broad types...

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2019 Credit Monitoring Services Reviews
Dec03

2019 Credit Monitoring Services Reviews

What Is a Credit Monitoring Service? Credit monitoring services regularly monitor your credit history and notify you when something changes. It will alert you, usually daily or weekly, to changes in your credit – helping you to stop the theft before it gets out of control. This is especially important if an identity thief opens a new account in your name. Alerts are usually sent via email, phone, or text. New account fraud...

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Identity theft scams: How to spot and avoid them
Nov26

Identity theft scams: How to spot and avoid them

Fraud and scams are costing Americans over a billion dollars every year. The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) reports over $1.4 billion was lost in 2017 alone. Many scams used to be carried out through the mail, newspapers and over the phone. People have been defrauded of their money through identity theft for as long as there’s been identity papers. While analog scams do continue to occur, the majority of fraud attempts now...

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Fight Identity Theft provides this information to you as a public service. We work hard to create timely, accurate, and fair information. We can’t, however, guarantee that our information, or your interpretation of it, is appropriate to your particular situation. Use this information at your own risk. Identity theft can be a complex topic and that is why we link to many different resources across the web.

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Our privacy policy is in plain English (we hope) and will only take a few moments to read and understand: How You Can Contact Us: We can be reached via e-mail using our Contact Us form, or by sending mail directly to info@fightidentitytheft.com. Site Tracking We have a web statistics package running (Google Analytics) that tracks how many times each page is visited. With that information, we can adjust the content or links on the site...

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