Are you a victim of identity fraud?

We're here for you and want to help in any way we can. If you're a victim of fraudulent activity, please call us at 800-325-9905 or request an in-person appointment to further discuss.

Here are other things to do right away:

  • Call the companies where you know fraud occurred
    • Ask them to close or freeze the accounts
    • Change logins, passwords and PINS for your accounts
  • Place a fraud alert and get your credit reports from any of these sources:
  • Report identity theft to the FTC at 877-437-4338
  • You may choose to file a report with your local police department


What to do next:

  • Review your account activity to make sure there are no fraudulent transactions
  • Close any new accounts opened in your name
  • Correct your credit report


Was this a tech support scam?

  • If so, it's possible your computer may have malware installed in it.  
  • Consider having your computer cleaned by a professional company locally
  • Change your user name and password anywhere you have financial accounts
  • Change your email password since it is a common point of compromise for identity theft