Earlier this month members of the ITRC team, in an effort to promote greater education and unity of effort in the fight against identity theft, made a visit to Vancouver, BC, where Canada’s newest non-profit organization, CITSC (Canadian Identity Theft Support Centre) is nearly ready to hard launch their victim assistance center. Much like the […]

Victims of Identity theft are confronted with a problem that is unique among victims of crime in the US. Unlike more traditional crimes, a victim of identity theft is forced to prove his or her innocence; not to one group or entity but to many. With identity theft, it will be assumed the victim is […]

So you’ve discovered that you’re a victim of identity theft, and you need to file a criminal complaint with law enforcement. Having a clear understanding of what your expectations should be in dealing with law enforcement, and what their role is and should be in mitigating the damage to your identity will give you the […]

A majority of identity theft cases never make it to court. If they do, you’ll want to arrive armed with the knowledge of what your rights are and what tools the law allows you to use to rectify your identity theft issue. Keep in mind, as you read this information, that each case is unique. […]

Last month, State Attorney General Kamala Harris announced the creation of a new law enforcement unit to address the growing problems associated with identity theft and cybercrime. According to the F.T.C., California has the most identity theft complaints of any state (over a million complaints annually), and the third highest number per-capita. Known as the […]