Identity Theft Information Website
The Texas Attorney General just unveiled a new website dedicated to helping victims of identity theft. Since I’ve been writing about this topic lately, I thought I would present the list of State Attorney General web pages and tools dedicated to helping those who have had their identities stolen.
Victims of Identity Theft
If you’ve been a victim of ID theft, I’d encourage you to visit your State’s website and learn what your next steps should be to fight back. Each State has different requirements and forms for complaints. If you havn’t been a victim yet, odds are you will. So, book mark this or your State’s page just in case it happens to you.
State Attorney General’s Website and Toolkits
For each State I have linked to the AG’s specific Identity Theft page, if available. Otherwise it’s just linked to their home page. Check your State out…you know you want to.
- New Jersey
- New Hampshire
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
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