ID Theft Resolutions
MADISON, Wis (WHBL) — It’s time to turn high school seniors into college freshmen, but state officials say it’s also time for those freshmen to get ready to deal with the dangers of identity theft.
Consumer protection spokesman Jerad Albracht says students need to closely watch their credit now that they may be applying for loans. “They should review any sort of bank and credit card statements for any kid of unauthorized charges or withdrawals, and they should also get into the notion of getting the occasional credit report from Annual credit report dot com, reviewing that as well for any unauthorized lines of credit.”
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ID Theft Resolutions, Ltd. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to:
- Educating the public, public officials, and legislators about the challenges presented by identify theft
- Preventing ID theft
- Helping identity theft victims recover their identity and protect their credit.
ALL ID THEFT RESOLUTIONS FEES ARE BASED ON A SLIDING SCALE AND ARE SUBJECT TO NEGOTIATION!
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