This special report is called The Identity Theft Recovery Guide: What to Do When Your Social Security Number or Personal Information Have Been Stolen.
The special report contains detailed information about each one of the steps outlined above, additional tips on how to notify the IRS when your Social Security number has been misused; specific contact information of all the agencies you need to contact; and two sample letters you can use to help you recovery from ID Theft.
The first is a Sample Letter to the Credit Bureaus for Victims of Identity Theft. This letter will instruct the credit reporting agencies to block from your credit reports wrongful information that resulted from identity theft.
The second is a Sample Letter to Businesses for Victims of Identity Theft. This letter is a template you can use to legally obtain detailed records from each and every company that the identity thief did business with when they used your name, credit or Social Security number.
Each letter include also includes a copy of the relevant sections of the Fair Credit Reporting Act describing your legal rights when your identity has been stolen.
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