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Identity Theft - Common Warning Signs of ID Theft - Part 3 (Audio)
Posted by CreditLearningCenter.com

Recognizing the early warning signs of identity theft can save you a lot of headaches down the road.

Let's review a few ofhe most common warning signs of identity theft:

  1. You open your mail and receive a credit card statement for an account you did not open.
  2. You discover an unauthorized "credit inquiry" on one of your credit reports indicating that someone has applied for credit in your name.
  3. A collection agency calls inquiring about a debt that is not yours, or you see a "public record" on your credit report that is totally unfamiliar to you.
  4. You're turned down on an application for a credit card, mortgage, or other form of credit due to unauthorized debts that appear on your credit report.
  5. You discover unauthorized charges you don't recognize on your credit cards, bank accounts, long distance bills, or other accounts.
  6. Your bank account has been drained or depleted.
  7. Your bank statement or credit account statements do not arrive on time.  Treat this as a red flag! This is a sign that your personal information, including your address, may have been changed without your authorization to hide fraudulent charges.

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