FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • What is identity theft?

    What is identity theft?

    Identity theft occurs when your personal information is used without your permission. Common instances include using you name, address, Social Security Number, credit card or medical insurance number to obtain money or services in your name. For more information on how identity theft and identity fraud occur, visit News & Insights.

  • How can I tell if I’m a victim of identity theft?

    How can I tell if I’m a victim of identity theft?

    There are a few tell-tale signs that can help you determine if you’ve become a victim of identity theft, for instance:

    • Unfamiliar criminal records, court records, warrants, address information or bankruptcies attributed to you.
    • Unexplained activity on your accounts.
    • Receiving bills or other mail late, or not at all.
    • Receiving credit cards you did not apply for or being denied credit for no apparent reason.
    • Receiving calls or letters from debt collectors or business about services you did not buy.
  • What should I do if I think my identity has been stolen?

    What should I do if I think my identity has been stolen?

    If you are think you’re a victim of identity theft, contact us