Identity Theft laws and regulations administered on local, federal and international levels. Identity theft occurs when someone fraudulently uses your personal information, such as your Social Security Number, credit card or bank account number, or other valuable identifying information for financial gain or criminal purposes. Most Identity Theft Mediation does not require an attorney. If your case involves substantial property, high monetary amount, legal rights, or criminal activity, you may want to consult an attorney before Identity Theft Mediation to discuss the legal consequences.
Identity Theft laws and regulations protect the duties, rights, and liabilities of commercial businesses and private individuals. If you have been the victim of identity theft, contact the police, file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission, and contact your state Mediator General. Mediator specializing in Identity Theft can might be able to provide assistance in recovering and restoring your credit, removing negative information on their credit reports as well as remedies to protect your rights.
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