Identity Theft Center.org
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, a private investigator serving Suffolk County, Nassau County, Long Island, New York.
If you are the victim of Identity Theft, there are a few things you need to know.
First, notify the proper authorities. This is a serious crime that requires the resources only available to law enforcement. You should be contacting the special frauds units, in particular, as precinct level personnel may not have the expertise. Police and prosecutors offices in general, both have special fraud units.
When a family member of mine became a victim of identity theft, I did not hesitate to notify the Special Frauds Unit locally. I certainly did not open an investigation on my own. You have already had your privacy breached, your credit ruined and a boat-load of other issues. It certainly shouldn't and doesn't help you to pay further.
Services for identity theft are free from the right resources!
Identity theft, as we well know,has become a tremendous problem in the US today. In fact, about 10 million people per year fall victim to it.
Fortunately for you, the general public, this is a major law enforcement issue that is being investigated fully by special fraud units.
If you become the victim of identity theft or some other type of scam, notify law enforcement. Identity theft is a CRIME and the proper authorities can direct and assist you.
Visit this web site for free and very useful information to guide you through it and to answer most questions you may have: Identity Theft Center.org
Also, several major credit card companies and banks have fantastic programs to assist you and protect you.
A few phone calls to the proper agencies can save you from this nightmare.