Identity Theft Resources
Learn how to prevent ID theft and handle it quickly if it happens to you.
Identity theft is a big issue for Americans and consumers worldwide. In the last year alone, there were over 16 million cases of identity theft in the U.S. and that number gets higher every year. It’s crucial for consumers to take every step possible to protect their identity. It’s also good to know how to deal with ID theft when it happens.
With that in mind, we’ve created this set of identity theft resources. They’ll teach you how to prevent identity theft and handle it if you become a victim. If you have any questions about how to prevent or address identity theft, just click the Ask a Question button at the bottom of the page to ask our certified financial coaches.
On-Demand Webinar: Prevent ID Theft & Fraud
Don’t leave your identity to chance! This on-demand webinar teaches you all the steps you need to take to prevent identity theft and credit card fraud. It also will explain what you need to do if you become the victim of identity theft. With the right action plan, you can recover quickly and minimize out-of-pocket costs.
Identity Theft Infographics
Americans face the threat of identity theft at every turn! This infographic shows you just how likely it is that your identity could get snatched. See who is mostly likely to get hit, so you can understand your risk and act accordingly.
This infographic provides the ultimate reference guide to protecting your identity. Find an array of useful tips for protecting your identity. We also provide a quickstart guide for who to contact if you find out you’re the victim of identity theft.
Self-Help Guide: ID theft prevention guide
Whether you’re at home, at work or shopping online, Consolidated Credit identity theft ebook can help you protect your identity. Learn how to protect your data and personal information from new school and old school forms of identity theft.
This publication discusses the fastest growing federal crime in the country and provides steps one can take to minimize the chances of personal information being stolen and used by a thief. The first part of this brochure is organized into checklists you can use to put these ideas into practice. The second part of this brochure will give you steps to take if you are a victim.