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IDENTITY THEFT
RECOVERY

Imposter scams have been increasing exponentially year over year. According to comparitech.com, 20 percent of Americans were victims of identity theft in 2021; this means if you were not a victim of identity theft, you know someone who was. In 2021, the FTC received over 1.4 million reports of identity theft resulting in over $2.3 billion in losses. The top types of identity theft include credit card fraud, loan or lease fraud, and bank fraud. 

After identifying that you have been a victim of identity theft, you should immediately file a police report. The next step you should take is to request a free consultation with us so we can discuss mitigation strategies and next steps.

 

When you retain our services we will immediately get to work for you to mitigate the potential for continued or additional identity theft opportunities.

- Completion of necessary documentation, excluding a police report

- Submission of complaint to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)

- Submission of documentation to respective creditors

- Submission of documentation to respective consumer reporting agencies

- Personalized recovery strategy

- Assist with progression through the recovery strategy

- Monitor creditors and consumer reporting agencies for compliance with identity theft reporting requirements

Standard services include:

- Your case reviewed by a Consumer Protection Attorney, when applicable, for potential legal action which could result in monetary damages paid to you.

Bonus:

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FEES

One-time Fee

$40

First item (Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion only)

$10

Additional, for each additional item

$10

Additional, per Credit Reporting Agency, other than Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion

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SIGNS OF IDENTITY THEFT

- Unauthorized charges on your credit cards

- Unfamiliar accounts on your credit reports

- Contact from debt collectors for a debt you don't recognize

- Unauthorized withdrawals from your bank account

- You stop getting certain bills or other mail

- You receive a bill for medical services you didn't use

- The IRS notifies you that more than one tax return was filed in your name

- The IRS notifies you that you have unreported income from an employer you've never worked for