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Archive for Identity Theft

PESID is an organization I founded in March of 2010.  We are about to celebrate the 2nd Anniversary of PESID.  Membership to PESID is free.  You just go online to pesid.com Once you sign up you will receive an email so you can verify your email address.  Click the link and it should take you to PESID.  If you do not see the PESID website just type in your browser menu bar pesid.com  Now you will need to join the PESID group by clicking join us.  Once you join PESID you will need to also register for a PESID event if you want to attend.

Many PESID events are free.

I hope you check out PESID as the purpose is to make resources available to seniors and their families, in a relaxed setting.

From time to time you will find educational programs provided at PESID meetings.

The main reason for PESID members to join is because they truly want to empower seniors.

Be well

Annette Fisher, CSA

Certified Senior Advisor

PESID Founder

  1. Make copies of the front and back of your
    credit cards.  This will allow you to have information readily available to call and cancel
    your cards.
  2. Call the three main credit bureaus and put
    out a fraud
    alert.
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  3. Call the Social Security Administration
    (fraud line)  1-800-269-0271
  4. File a police
    report
  5. Do not sign the back of
    your credit cards, write SHOW PHOTO ID


    Bonus Do not
    carry your social security number
    around

If one of your creditors calls you with a fraud
alert asking questions get the card name and call back to the number on your statement. 
You need to make sure you talk to someone from that company.  When someone calls
you from the outside they could be anyone, including someone fishing for
information.

My wish is that
identity theft never touch your life, as it is a very painful experience.  Please feell free to
comment and add any suggestions.   Thank you

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