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Your identity is worth a lot to you — and to identity thieves. That’s why identity thieves prey on your personal information to commit crimes and make money. Learn how to help protect against and recover from identity theft, whether you’re at home or on the road.

ID Theft Recovery
If someone steals your identity, you could face costs and hassles. That’s why it’s smart to know how to recover from identity theft. Find out what to do to help restore your personal and financial life, and your good name.
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Travel Protection
Identity theft is a threat even when you travel. Identity thieves may target you in high-tech and low-tech ways. Learn how to help protect against identity theft when on the go.
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ID Theft Protection
Your identity is worth protecting. Identity theft happens when criminals use your personal information to open lines of credit, obtain medical care, file for a tax refund, and more — all in your name. Learn how ID theft protection can help.
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A look at 2019 data breaches so far, arranged by business sector, plus actions you can take help protect against identity theft.
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11 Steps to Take If You Lose Your Wallet
You’ve lost your wallet—or it’s been stolen—and your first instinct is to panic. But resist this urge. Instead, here's what to do when you lose your wallet.
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Child Identity Theft by a Parent: What You Need to Know
Stay informed about the latest identity theft news and stories about what law enforcement and elected officials are doing to protect consumers from becoming victims.
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