ON DEMAND: How to Avoid or Recover from Identity Theft

Class recorded September 1, 2021

Do you know the warning signs of identity theft? Recovering from identity theft – when someone uses your personal information to open new accounts, make purchases or get a tax refund – is a process. Learn the steps you can take to better protect yourself and your loved ones from identity theft and what to do if you believe you or a loved one have been the victim of identity theft.

Class Covers:

  • What is identity theft?
  • The various types of identity theft
  • Warning signs of identity theft and what to look for
  • Steps individuals can take to better protect themselves and loved ones
  • How to find out if you are a victim of identity theft
  • What to do if you are a victim of identity theft
  • Resources available to help

Presented by:

Marissa Mowery, Attorney, Mental Health Advocacy Services (https://www.mhas-la.org/)

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