Identity Theft is the largest consumer complaint filed with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) annually. Becoming the victim of an identity theft can be a complicated and frustrating time in your life.
Legal Aid of Wyoming, Inc., with assistance from identitytheftnetowrk.org, has information and links to identify theft information, as well as interactive forms that you can use to notify a debt collector or credit bureau of the theft of your identity.
- Click here to read more and access the forms (this link will take you to Legal Aid of Wyoming's web site).
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Individuals with low income may qualify for free legal help. Click here for more information.
This classroom provides tools to help you avoid identity theft and steps to take if your identity has been compromised.
Find a legal information seminar, or a local advice clinic.
This website has contact information, complaint forms and information about the Wyoming Consumer Protection Act. They also have information about the National Mortgage Settlement in Wyoming.
For more information regarding identity theft, you can go to identitytheftnetwork.org
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is the nation’s consumer protection agency. The FTC works to prevent fraudulent, deceptive and unfair business practices in the marketplace. This website contains valuable consumer information on money & credit, homes & mortgages, health & fitness, jobs & making money, and privacy & identity issues.
UW Extension reaches people through presentations to groups, associations and agencies in the community and in prisons, and through their online resources and publications. You can contact your local Extension office to find out what is available in your area, or follow the link above for more information about online resources including podcasts and webinars.