Someone’s Identity Is STOLEN Every Few Seconds
Man in hoodie, sitting in front of computer typing in username and password

People around the world experience the hardship created by identity theft. While it happens frequently, it’s not an easy road to financial recovery.

There can be serious consequences to identity theft, including having bank accounts opened in your name, money stolen from your bank accounts, and loss of control over your accounts. It is important to take action as soon as you notice any unusual activity on your accounts or if you suspect you are a victim of identity theft.

A few easy steps include freezing your accounts or setting up alerts on your credit reports. There are state and federal regulations in place that allow victims to navigate identity theft themselves however, it can be challenging and difficult. It is easy to feel overwhelmed when dealing with identity theft and our recommendation is that you contact an experienced attorney to help you navigate this process.

An attorney will be able to help you get your life back and put identity theft behind you.

If you or someone you know has experienced Identity Theft reach out today and talk to an experienced attorney to learn what you can do. Contact us now.

Written by Diane Nelson

December 8, 2020

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