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WE OFTEN FIELD QUESTIONS ABOUT HOW PEOPLE CAN PROTECT THEIR IDENTITY. WE HAVE COMPILED THE FOLLOWING TIPS TO PROVIDE THIS INFORMATION TO BETTER SAFEGUARD OUR COMMUNITY - PLEASE SEE BELOW
- Keep your financial records, Social Security and Medicare cards in a safe place.
- Shred papers that have your personal or medical information upon them.
- Check your mail. Did you stop getting a bill or start getting a bill you do not recognize?
- Read your bills and account statements carefully. Are there withdrawals you did not make or charges you did not expect?
- Review your credit report at lease once a year from one of the three credit reporting bureaus. Free reports can be obtained once a year via the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's Annual Credit Report website. - CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE SITE
- Only give your Social Security number if absolutely necessary. Ask if you can use another form of identification.
- Do not give your personal information to anyone who calls or emails you.
- Never respond to an email or phone request to provide a PIN or password. Your financial institution communication will never ask you for either.
- Create stronger passwords by including numbers and symbols.
- Do not respond to emails or other messages that ask for personal information.
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