Amanda H. Christensen, AFC, UMM Editor, Extension Professor
Identity thieves have had a heyday with pandemic-related schemes and scams aimed at obtaining your information to apply for credit, unemployment benefits, file taxes, buy things, or get medical services. The good news? There are things you can do to protect yourself that I’m sharing today in honor of #IDTheftWeek. Read on!
5 signs that someone is using your identity
1. Accounts you don’t recognize on your credit report
If you discover any signs that someone is misusing your personal information, find out what to do at IdentityTheft.gov.
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