As online shopping and banking continue to become more common, the threat of identity theft becomes more common as well. That's why it's important to take proper precautions not only with your physical identification and credit cards but with your online identity too. Unfortunately, identity theft can still occur, but consumer advocate attorney Howard D. Silver has experience helping those who've suffered identity theft.
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One of the more popular crimes in our modern world is identity theft. When criminals steal your personal and financial information to use for their own gain it can leave you with debt, bad credit, and damage your name and reputation. As we rely more on computers and online services, your information becomes ever more vulnerable.
Being a victim of identity theft can be devastating to your personal and financial well-being. In the slideshare below, learn about the different types of identity theft and what you should do if it happens to you.
If you’ve been the victim of identity theft you may be wondering what you can do to stop additional use of your information. This is very serious as you want to stop the illegal use of your personal information right away. In the video below, consumer advocate attorney Howard Silver explains a few of the steps you should take right away to protect your information.
If you've been the victim of identity theft, or suspect there has been fraudulent activity on one or more of your credit accounts, you can place a fraud alert on your credit report with one of the three major credit bureaus: Equifax, TransUnion, or Experian. The company you contact must give notice of the fraud alert to the other two.
In this video, our attorney, Howard D. Silver, discusses the important steps to take or NOT to take if you’ve been the victim of identity theft. There are some very crucial bits of information that will protect you here:
To contact us for a free consultation, please call 855-341-2611. Mr. Silver is proud to serve clients in San Bernardino, Riverside, Ventura, and the surrounding California areas.
If you believe that your identity has been stolen, there are a lot of steps to take in order to ensure that you can stop further theft and to make sure that you won’t have to pay for the debts incurred through theft. In this video, our attorney explains the right steps to take after being victimized by identity thieves and how to seek legal retribution.