Identity (ID) theft occurs when someone gains access to personal information, such as name, date of birth, address and Social Security number, and uses that information to commit fraudulent crimes. That's why it's important for you to know what to do if you become an ID theft victim.
Here are some important steps you can take right away if you believe your identity has been compromised:
Want to learn more? We’ve assembled these steps and more in a printable PDF. Download our Identity Theft brochure for more ways to protect yourself against identity theft and fraud.
If you suspect you’re a victim of fraud, contact us immediately at 1.800.MERRILL (637.7455), or speak to your financial advisor for further assistance.
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