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Infographic: What’s Right When Your Identity is Stolen: Credit Freeze or Fraud Alert?

You discover that your identity has been compromised – what’s your next step? Maybe your information was part of a data breach, or your wallet was stolen. Either way, there are a few key identity protection options that pertain to your credit report. The last thing you’ll want to do is leave your records and accounts open to fraudulent charges once you know the security of your information has been compromised.

Review the checklist below to see what can help get things back to normal while protecting your information in the meantime.

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