Do you need help with an identity theft case?
Have a question on what you can do to protect yourself?
Our expert advisors are trained to provide you with one-on-one assistance for all types of identity theft. They will furnish you with advice tailored to your specific issue, a step-by-step plan, and the necessary documents and letters you will need to implement your plan. Our advisors will also prepare you with steps you can take to minimize your risk of becoming re-victimized in the future.
Established in 1999, the ITRC’s mission is to provide best-in-class victim assistance, at no-charge, to consumers throughout the United States, and to educate consumers, corporations, government agencies, and other organizations on best practices for fraud and identity theft detection, reduction and mitigation.
The ITRC is excited to be part of the MRC Technology Makeover contest. The organization with the most votes will receive an office technology makeover valued at up to $15,000. Winning this contest would be a great opportunity for the ITRC to expand its current capabilities and update our resources.
Your voting will determine the winners. This means we need your help! Just click on the image and vote for the Identity Theft Resource Center (you'll need to scroll down to find us!) You can vote once per day between Wednesday, May 20 at 8 a.m. through Friday, June 19 at 5 p.m. And please tell all your friends or colleagues to cast their votes too.
Identity theft can be a difficult crime for a victim. Your life has been altered. You are faced with tasks that may be confusing and situations you don't know how to handle. All too quickly, you will find that in identity theft cases, the burden of proving innocence rests on the shoulders of the victim. read more...
|Identity Theft Protection Tips
The need to protect your identity online has become increasingly important with the growing number of social networking and blogging sites available. Personality profiles and blogging about personal experiences creates a public record of your personal information. Once it is posted – it’s nearly impossible to pull back. read more...
|Scams & Alerts
NO. It’s not true… THINK!
• A poor widow or bank manager does not need your help to move money from a dead person’s account to another place.
• You have not won the lottery in Spain, the Netherlands, Canada or anywhere else. You didn’t buy a ticket, did you? learn more...