Identity Theft

It is estimated that over 9 million people become victims of identity theft every year. It has becomes increasingly critical for each of us to be more proactive in  protecting against identity theft and in reacting when identify theft occurs.

But what exactly is identity theft? Identity theft can occur in several ways. One of the most common forms of identity theft is the theft of someone’s social security number. Another form would be that of a stolen driver’s license. The type of identity theft most people are familiar with is the theft of credit cards.

For more information on protecting yourself against identity theft, click on our resource page and then click on FTC Credit Information under Consumer.

If you have been the victim of identity theft, we can help you through the maze of disputing incorrect information on your credit reports and thereby insuring that your credit score is not improperly lowered.

Contact Licari, Walsh & Sklaver, LLC at (203) 752-1450 today if you or a loved one have been a victim of identity theft!