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ID Theft Related Forms:
Information Request in Disputed Charges
Request for a Credit Report
Complaint Letter - Collection Agency
Credit and Billing Problems
Credit Card Billing Mistake
Delete Accurate Information
Defective Goods and Services
What to do if you are a victim of identity theft?
If your information has been compromised, but not yet misused?
More about Identity Theft?
Federal Trade Commission ID Theft Center
Identity Theft Resource Center
Identity Guard: KidSure™ - Child Identity Protection
Comprehensive Identity Theft Protection from IdentityGuard®
Identify theft is much more significant than theft of a credit card or credit card number. A thief who steals someone’s identity typically has access to personal information that assures a lender or creditor the thief is you. For example, credit card companies typically ask for Social Security numbers, birth dates, mothers’ maiden names and a previous address before a credit card is issued.
Generally, this ensures that the person applying for the card is who she says she is. However, a thief who has that information can open credit cards accounts or write checks in that person’s name, essentially destroying her credit rating and making her subject to criminal prosecution
Usually you will find unauthorized charges on a credit card bill; however, there are other signs your identity is being used:
To make certain that you do not become responsible for the debts incurred by an identity thief, you must provide proof that you didn't create the debt to each of the companies where accounts were opened or used in your name. A working group composed of credit grantors, consumer advocates and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) developed this ID Theft Affidavit to help you report information to many companies using just one standard form.
This is a request for additional information regarding an invoice that a vendor has issued to you or your company, where you require additional information before you pay the invoice. The form contains questions concerning details of the goods being sold as well as contact information of you or your company and the vendor.
This Request For Credit Report will generate a letter which asks a credit bureau to send you a full copy of your credit report. Contact information for each of the credit bureaus is included within the document.
This interactive legal document may be used to generate a complaint letter reporting credit and billing problems with respect to a particular account with a business.
This interactive legal document may be used to generate a complaint letter reporting a mistake or error on your credit card bill. This letter may be used to inform your credit card company of a billing mistake and to request that it be fixed.
This Complaint Letter to Delete Inaccurate Information is a notice to a credit bureau, announcing that you believe certain details within your credit report are wrong. After investigating and correcting the report, a revised copy will be sent to you. Contact information for each of the credit bureaus is included within the product.