Identity Theft & Fraud
Prevent identity theft and know what to do if you’re a victim.
Read #05-10064. (Social Security Administration)
Tips, news, and actions to take if you’re a victim of identity
theft involving U.S. mail. (U.S. Postal Inspection Service)
Fraud-prevention DVDs from U.S. Postal Inspection Service.
One-stop resource, the FTC receives complaints from victims,
provides information, and refers complaints to appropriate
agencies. (Federal Trade Commission)
Report consumer fraud to the Federal Trade Commission's
Consumer Help Line at 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357).
M-F 9am-8 pm Eastern time.
File a complaint with the FTC if you are a victim of identity
theft by calling their identity theft hotline toll-free at 1-877-
ID-THEFT (438-4338) from 9 am-8 pm.
The DOJ and its US Attorneys prosecute federal identity theft
cases. Access resources and learn what victims can do. (U.S.
Dept of Justice)
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Order free publications by mail or view online.
The FBI provides an overview, how to protect yourself,
reporting identity theft, stories and features. (Federal Bureau of
CIMIP furthers national research on identity management,
information sharing, and data protection and provides
resources. (The Center for Identity Management and
Tips for prevention, reporting, tax ID theft, child ID theft.
Learning how to protect yourself from identity theft and fraud.
(Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)
About identity theft, data, publications, press releases, terms
and definitions. (Bureau of Justice Statistics)
The IRS offers information for a variety of scenarios involving
identity theft, including contacts and tips to keep records safe.
(Internal Revenue Service)
IC3 accepts online internet crime complaints is a partnership
with Federal Bureau of Investigation, National White Collar
Crime Center, and Bureau of Justice Assistance.
Federal government’s website to help you be safe and
responsible online. FTC manages OnGuardOnline.gov, in
partnership with other federal agencies.
Order free publication, “Taking Charge: What to Do If Your
Identity Is Stolen.”
Information from the FTC including avoiding identity theft,
recovering from identity theft, scams. (Consumer.gov)
You can call the local office of the FBI or the U.S. Secret
Service to report crimes relating to identity theft and fraud.