This catalogue contains a list of the most popular documents the ITRC has to offer.  This catalogue contains numerical lists of the most popular documents the ITRC has to offer, Fact Sheets (in-depth articles), Solutions (brief articles), and Letter Forms (forms for victims and consumers to use).

Identity Theft Red Flags

Fact Sheets

FS 100 – Financial Identity Theft: The Beginning Steps

FS 100A – Financial Identity Theft:  More Complex Cases

FS 101 – ID Theft Test

FS 102 – Consumer Risk Test

FS 103 – Online Shopping

FS 104 – My Wallet, Purse or PDA was Lost or Stolen

FS 105 – Effective Communication

FS 106 – Organizing Your Identity Theft Case

FS106A – Case Log

FS 107 – Requests Victims May make of the Court

FS 108 – Overcoming The Emotional Impact

FS 109 – The Court Experience

FS 110 – Criminal Identity Theft

FS 111 – Victim Impact Statements

FS 112 – Identity Theft Victim – Investigator Communications

FS 113 – Changing a Social Security Number

FS 114 – The Identity Theft Evidence Trail

FS 115 – When You Personally Know the Identity Thief

FS 115A – When a Spouse is the Identity Thief

FS 115B – Child Using Parent’s Identity

FS 116 – Collection Agencies and Identity Theft

FS 116A – Your Debt Collection Rights

FS 117 – Identity Theft and the Deceased – Prevention and Victim Tips

FS 118 – PC Perfect – Information Safety Quiz

FS 119 – Direct Connections to the Internet – Protecting Yourself and Your Information

FS 120 – Identity Theft and Children

FS 120A – Ordering a Child’s Credit Report

FS 120B – A Guide for Parents – Child Identity Theft Indicators

FS 121 – Prevention Tips for Job Seekers

FS 122 – Travel Tips

FS 123 – Scam Assistance

FS 124 – Fraud Alerts and Credit Freezes

FS 125 – Federal Annual Free Credit Report

FS 126 – Checking Account Fraud

FS 127 – Blog Sense

FS 128 – Reading a Credit Report

FS 129 – I Received a Data Breach Notification Letter

FS 130 – Basic Medical Identity Theft

FS 130A – Correcting Misinformation on Medical Records

FS 131 – Credit Cards vs. Debit Cards

FS 132 – What are Identity Theft Products?

FS 133 – The Military and Identity Theft

FS 134 – Business on the Move

FS 135 – Business Best Practices for Small to Mid-Range Businesses

FS 137 – Financial Exploitation of the Elderly

FS 138 – Social Networking and Identity Theft

FS 139 – Dependent Adult’s Credit Report

FS 140 – Social Security Number FAQs

FS 141 – Consumer Shopping Tips

FS 142 – Protecting Your Computer from WiFi Dangers

FS 143 – IRS / ITRC – IRS and Identity Theft Issues

FS 144 – Smartphone Safety

FS 145 – Smartphone Threats

FS 146 – Smartphone Privacy and Security

FS 147 – Risks of Mobile Applications

FS 148 – Fraud Affecting the Non-Prime Population

Solutions

SN 01 – Clearing a Fraudulent New Account

SN 02 – CRA Contact Information

SN 03 – Contacting CRAs to Place Fraud Alert

SN 04 – Clearing Name with Collection Agency

SN 05 – Ordering a Child’s Credit Report

SN 06 – Clearing Criminal Identity Theft

SN 07 – Fraudulent Use of Deceased’s Identity

SN 08 – Stolen Mail

SN 09 – Refused a New Line of Credit

SN 10 – Filing a Police Report

SN 11 – SSN Change Check List

SN 12 – Check Fraud

SN 13 – Protecting Information of the Internet

SN 14 – Protecting Your Online Identity

SN 15 – Steps for Breach Victims

SN 16 – Protecting Deceased’s Identity

SN 17 – Lost or Stolen Wallet, Purse of PDA

SN 18 – Potential Scam Victim

SN 19 – File Sharing P2P Software Safety

SN 20 – Internet Account Takeover

SN 21 – Check Washing

SN 22 – Medicare Card Tip

SN 23 – Emergency Situations and Identity Theft

SN 24 – Tax Time Tips

SN 25 – Detecting Scams

SN 26 – College Students and Identity Theft

SN 27 – Someone Working as You

SN 28 – Mortgage Identity Theft / Fraud

SN 29 – Death Reported in Error

SN 30 – Clearing Financial Account Takeover

SN 31 – Ordering Specialty Consumer Reports

SN 32 – Strong Passwords

SN 33 – Securing Your Home Wireless Network

SN 34 – IRS/ITRC Top 12 Things Taxpayers Should Know

SN 35 – Identity Theft Protection Tips

SN 36 – Somebody Accessed My Annual Credit Report

SN 37 – Doxing and Internet Safety Tips

SN 38 – Ordering Credit Reports from Outside the United States

SN 39 – Background Checks and Vanity Searches

SN 41 – Contacting CRAs to Place a Credit/Security Freeze

Letter Forms

LF 29 – Death Reported in Error

LF 100-1 – Initial Victim of Identity Theft Statement and Fraudulent Account Information Request to Credit Issuers or Merchants

LF 100-2 – Confirmation of Conversation – Letter of Clearance

LF 100-3 – Request for Credit Line Blocking

LF 100-4 – Financial Account Takeover

LF 116 – Claim of Fraudulent Account – To a Collection Agency and/or Merchant

LF 117-1 – Request a Credit Report for the Deceased

LF 117-2 – Deceased Affidavit of Fact

LF 120 – Requesting a Child’s Credit Report

LF 124A – Request a Credit Freeze

LF 124B – Request a 7-Year Fraud Alert

LF 124C – Request a 90-Day Fraud Alert

LF 126 – Initial Victim of Identity Theft Statement and Fraudulent Account Information Request for Checking Account Fraud

LF 130A – Request to Receive and Correct Medical Records

LF 133 – Request an Active Duty Alert

LF 139 – Requesting Dependent Adult’s Credit Report

LF-140 – Requesting a Credit Freeze for a Dependent Adult

Miscellaneous

FTC Identity Theft Report – Report identity theft to the Federal Trade Commission

FTC Memorandum – Memo to Law Enforcement of ID Theft

FTC Credit Report Request – Annual Credit Report Request Form

SSA 7004 – Request for Social Security Statement

SSA 7050 – Request for Social Security Earnings Information

SSA 7008 – Request for Correction of Earnings Record

IRS Form 14039 – IRS Identity Theft Affidavit

IRS Form 14039SP – IRS Identity Theft Affidavit in Spanish

FTB 3552 – CA Franchise Tax Board Identity Theft Affidavit