I Help Correct Issues with Identity Theft and Fraud
Has someone else used your personal information to open a credit card, apply for a loan, or purchase items? Identity theft is an intimate crime, one that leaves the victim feeling vulnerable and untrusting. I provide counsel and relief in a process that is often emotionally and legally difficult.
Although the system is designed for consumers to remedy the situation on their own, the process often breaks down, leaving consumers frustrated and vulnerable. People often wind up paying debts they don't owe or declaring bankruptcy, resulting in them being victimized twice. Involving me early helps preserve your rights and avoid many of these negative consequences.
If someone steals your identity, you should:
Request an alert be placed on your credit report
Review your credit reports for any errors
File a report with the police, as well as with the Federal Trade Commission
Victims of identity theft frequently run into barriers in their communication with credit bureaus, government agencies, and major financial institutions. If you find yourself at a standstill in the process, I'm are here to help.