“It’s truly made me feel like nothing is safe” - ITRC Aftermath Respondent

Identity theft creates barriers to success that affect more than just the victim’s finances or the ability to obtain loans or credit. This crime can lead to the inability to obtain housing, employment, or even medical services including prescriptions needed to manage an existing or new health condition.  When you combine this with the emotional and behavioral repercussions, one realizes how devastating this crime continues to be.

The ITRC’s Aftermath studies have always been recognized for their focus on addressing the impact of identity theft on its victims.  The Aftermath 2016 report is the latest in this series of studies, which began in 2003.

Identity Theft: The Aftermath 2016

Identity Theft: The Aftermath 2014

Identity Theft: The Aftermath 2013

Identity Theft: The Aftermath 2009

Identity Theft: The Aftermath 2008

Identity Theft: The Aftermath 2007

Identity Theft: The Aftermath 2006

Identity Theft: The Aftermath 2004

 

 

 

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