Hopefully you’ve never had your identity stolen. If you have, you know what a pain — in more ways than one — it can be. You not only have to update personal information, you’ll likely lose money as well. According to a recent study on identity theft, among those who had their identity stolen in 2019, the median loss was $375. And that’s just counting incidents that were reported to the FTC. In the event that you do have your identity stolen, here are some immediate steps to take. Go through these and you can likely minimize the damage done.
Jump to Action after Identity Theft
Things to do if you’ve had your identity stolen