ITRC Letter Form 29 - Death Reported in Error
Many people find out that they are victims of identity theft when they try to open a new line of credit. This can be a shock. This sense of shock can be even more overwhelming when you are told you are listed or somehow identified as “deceased”.
ITRC Letter Form 29 is a sample letter which may be sent to a creditor, credit reporting agency (CRA) or governmental agency alerting them to the fact that you are not deceased.
ITRC Solution 29 - Death Reported in Error
This fact sheet should not be used in lieu of legal advice. Any requests to reproduce this material, other than by individual victims for their own use, should be directed to ITRC@idtheftcenter.org . ITRC thanks the CRAs in providing material for this guide.
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