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This video shows what happens when someone learns the hard way why she should care about her identity.

Have you ever found unexpected withdrawals on your bank statement — or a strange new account on your credit report? You could be a victim of identity theft. Keep an eye out for unexpected activity on your financial records, medical bills or IRS...

Identity theft can be scary, but knowing what to do can help put you in control. To learn more about dealing with identity theft, check out ftc.gov/idtheft.

Your credit report affects your ability to get a loan or job, and could help you avoid identity theft.  You can get a truly free credit report from AnnualCreditReport.com.

If you've maxed out your credit cards and are getting deeper in debt, chances are you're feeling overwhelmed. How are you ever going to pay down the debt? Now imagine hearing about a company that promises to reduce – or even erase – your debt for...

Your credit report affects your ability to get a loan or job, and could help you avoid identity theft.  You can get a truly free credit report from AnnualCreditReport.com.

Visit AnnualCreditReport.com to take advantage of your right to your free credit report from all three reporting agencies every 12 months.

AnnualCreditReport.com is the only source authorized by federal law to supply your free credit...

Did you know you can get free copies of your credit reports from all three reporting agencies every 12 months?

While other services may charge a fee for supposedly “free” access, AnnualCreditReport.com is the only authorized source to...

It's important to act quickly once your identity is stolen.

There are immediate steps you can take to help minimize the damage to your account and credit.

If your identity is stolen, there are three steps you can take to minimize the damage and help bring the identity thief to justice.

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