IDENTITY THEFT
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     FTC ID Theft Form

    U.S. Secret Service advises where to report identity theft
   
Report ATM fraud within two days to limit your liability to $50.00

IDENTIFY THE THIEF

     
If you are not sure who the thief is, CUFF will follow the money trail in order to track the person.  The research fee is $59.00. This fee will benefit you and the community as a whole, for if we can provide the information necessary to identify the thief, you will be able to charge the person criminally and clear your credit.  To order a search, complete the Fraud Report form.

 
Eight Signs That You May Know The Person Who Stole Your Identity  

  WHERE TO GO FOR MORE HELP

     Identity Theft Victims Guide
   
Clear Your Credit After ID Theft - Consumer Victim Advocates, Inc.
   
Identity Fraud TIPS from CNET's news.com - How to Protect Yourself and What to Do After It Happens
   
Inexpensive Pre-Paid Legal Services for ID Theft

  LAW ENFORCEMENT DOES NOT HAVE THE FUNDS TO 
  EFFECTIVELY INVESTIGATE ALL ID THEFT AND FRAUD

         If you are having trouble getting law enforcement to investigate your ID theft, you are not alone.  Law enforcement DOES NOT HAVE THE FUNDING necessary to cover all the frauds and ID thefts that are reported by victims.  For a vivid example of this astounding truth, read this article about about a cancer patient who got up out of his sick bed and walked the streets of Seattle, WA with this chemo pack on his back trying to identify the person who stole his ID and credit while he was lying in the hospital fighting a life-threatening disease. Cancer Patient Solves His Own ID Theft Case When Police Wouldn't  -Thief  Was the Hospital Technician Who Drew His Blood 
  
        
          
Review the links and information above and if you feel you still need additional help or have questions, contact CUFF in the Contact form.  Do not e-mail us as we may not open an e-mail if we do not recognize the sender.

       
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