How to Recover Your Identity with Help from IdentityTheft.gov

IdentityTheft.Gov

Act quickly to limit the damage.

The data breach of the IRS has affected more than 100,000 households. This alarming number has caused many Americans to raise questions about the safety of their most valuable possession, their identity.

Your identity sealed with unique identifiers like a social security number and date of birth are essential to building a life in America, so what should you do when someone steals   such personal information? How do you prove to credit agencies and other trusted organizations that you are a victim of identity theft and what steps should you take to recover your good name? You can find those answers and more on IdentityTheft.gov.

IdentityTheft.gov is the ultimate resource for victims of identity theft. This helpful website provides interactive checklists which guide victims through the recovery process step-by-step. IdentityTheft.gov also provides a number of sample letters, tips, and contact numbers to help you notify affected organizations in a timely manner.

What to do if you receive notice of a data breach

Websites like IdentityTheft.gov were created to empower Americans who suddenly find themselves without a name. If you ever find yourself in an identity theft crisis, act fast, visit IdentityTheft.gov to start your path to recovery.

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