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You’re a victim of identity theft if your personal information has been used by someone to: access your bank account, credit card, or other accounts without your authorization; obtain loans or other benefits; or evade authorities. This toolkit is designed to help victims effectively address their situation.

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Identity Theft: A Toolkit for Victims

Although you can never protect yourself entirely from identity theft, you can take steps that will minimize your chances of becoming a victim. This guide outlines exactly how to get proactive and reduce the risk.

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Identity Theft Protection Guide: For Everyone

Identity thieves go after people of all ages, for all sorts of different reasons. Young people can be targeted just like anyone else, even if they don’t have a lot of money in the bank. Victims will tell you: it’s worth taking some precautions to avoid this crime. Find out how.

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Identity Theft Protection Guide: For Young People

Your Credit Report is a compilation of information about you and your credit history that has been reported to Equifax and/or TransUnion. In this guide, find out what exactly it includes and why it matters.

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Your Credit Report: A User Guide, by Equifax

As with other forms of fraud and financial exploitation, seniors may be targeted by identity thieves because they may be seen as vulnerable and potentially lucrative targets. If you’re a senior or caring for one, learn about the precautions you can take.

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Identity Theft Protection Guide: For Seniors

Your Credit Score helps to summarize whether you’re a borrower who usually pays your debts on time. Your score is influenced by many factors, including past payment history, balances and utilization, recent inquiries, and much more. Get the details in this guide.

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Your Credit Score: A User Guide, by Equifax

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