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    Article courtesy of GreenPath(TM), a partner of ECU, offering ECU members access to free and confidential financial wellness counselors and resources. 


    Identity theft occurs when someone assumes your identity by using your social security number and personal information to open bank, credit card or other accounts in an attempt to commit fraud or theft. The Federal Trade Commission reported approximately 275,000 cases of identity theft in 2009.  If you become a victim of identity theft, follow these steps to clean up your credit quickly: 

    • Obtain a copy of your credit reports from the three major credit reporting agencies:  Equifax, Experian and TransUnion.  Ask them to place a fraud alert on your credit report. Include a statement that asks creditors to call you for permission before any new accounts are opened in your name.
    • Contact creditors for any accounts that have been tampered with or opened without your knowledge.  Be sure to put complaints in writing.
    • File a police report and send copies to your creditors and credit bureaus as proof of the crime.
    • File a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.


    You can protect yourself against identity theft in the following ways:


    • Guard your Social Security number and keep track of all of your accounts.
    • Routinely check your credit report for unauthorized activity - get a credit report at least once a year and clean up any errors.
    • Buy a shredder and destroy bills, pre-approved credit offers, and other documents with personal information before throwing them out.
    • Stay on top of your finances, especially bill due dates, so you'll know if a bill is missing.
    • Carefully monitor your financial accounts and reconcile your checkbook regularly.
    • Know your financial institution’s policies regarding account errors and loss. Read the fine print.


    As a member of ECU, you can take advantage of the GreenPath Financial Wellness program, a free financial education and counseling program.  GreenPath counselors are available Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. (EST), Friday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. To use this service, simply call 1-877-337-3399 or visit them on the web at www.greenpath.com.


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