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  • Identity Theft & Privacy

    Technological advances have made data-gathering and information-sharing easier than ever before, but this is a double-edged sword for consumers and businesses. Access to personal information (including Social Security numbers, addresses, credit card numbers, and personal buying habits) allows businesses to target audiences and customize sales efforts. But it also permits unwelcome invasions of personal privacy through telemarketing calls, fraudulent sales pitches and other uses consumers never intended. Read More

    By:
    Washington State Attorney General
  • What to do if Your Identity is Stolen

    Report identity theft and get a recovery plan. If you create an account, we'll walk you through each recovery step, update your plan as needed, track your progress, and pre-fill forms and letters for you. Read More

    By:
    Federal Trade Commission
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    Spanish / Español
  • Identity Theft

    Identity theft can happen to anyone. Learn some things you can do to reduce your risk. Content Detail

    By:
    Federal Trade Commission
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    Spanish / Español
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