Don’t let identity theft put your finances or credit at risk!
Just like any kind of theft, identity theft can disrupt your life in a major way. Whether you have to close an account, dispute transactions or respond to fraud alerts, that takes time and effort. And if theft or fraud occurs, it can cost you money too, if you don’t catch the items early.
Consolidated Credit keeps track of the latest trends in ID theft protection and the latest threats to your data. You can visit this section to find the latest news to help you keep your accounts and information safe. For more tips on how to prevent or address identity theft, use Consolidated Credit’s free ID Theft Action Guide.
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