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Hayward

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Welcome to the Hayward CA Identity Theft Council Web Site

This free resource was created to provide direct help for residents of Hayward California who believe they are victims of identity theft. And even if you're not a victim, we can help you too. Learn more about us.Hayward_PDb

If you believe you have been a victim of identity theft, and want personal advice and support on how to get through it, local experts are standing by:

Call us at 1(888) 400 5530 (Hablamos Espanol)

Or

Email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The service is free and our expert counselors are standing by to help.

Identity Theft Education Center
Our experts have gathered together the best resources and articles to help you learn about identity theft and cybercrimes, avoid falling victim, and what to do if you are a victim. Use the links at the right side of this page to learn more. Click here.

Looking for documents? Click here to visit our online library where you'll find a copy of an identity theft affidavit as well as form letters to place credit freezes and and alerts, respond to creditors and debt collectors etc.

Meet our Partners and Supporters
This free service would not be possible without the support of our great network of partners, security experts, and volunteers. Meet some of them.

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educationIdentity Theft Education Center
Our experts have gathered together the best resources and articles to help you learn about identity theft and cybercrimes, avoid falling victim, and what to do if you are a victim. Click here to learn more.

 

documentsLooking for documents? Our Forms and Documents section will take you to our online library where you'll find a copy of an identity theft affidavit as well as form letters to place credit freezes and and alerts, respond to creditors and debt collectors etc.

 

partnerssmallMeet our Partners and Supporters
This free service would not be possible without the support of our great network of partners, security experts, and volunteers. Meet some of them.

 

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Identity Theft News From Around the Bay Area

Too much info on social media aids ID thieves (San Francisco Chronicle)

After Haiti quake, swindlers crawl out of the woodwork (San Francisco Chronicle)

Could online job scams lure you into becoming a mule? (San Francisco Chronicle)

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Danville

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Welcome to the Danville CA Identity Theft Council Web Site

This free resource was created to provide direct help for residents of Danville California who believe they are victims of identity theft. And even if you're not a victim, we can help you too. Learn more about us.Hayward_PDb

If you believe you have been a victim of identity theft, and want personal advice and support on how to get through it, local experts are standing by:

Call us at 1(888) 400 5530 (Hablamos Espanol)

Or

Email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The service is free and our expert counselors are standing by to help.

Identity Theft Education Center
Our experts have gathered together the best resources and articles to help you learn about identity theft and cybercrimes, avoid falling victim, and what to do if you are a victim. Use the links at the right side of this page to learn more. Click here.

Looking for documents? Click here to visit our online library where you'll find a copy of an identity theft affidavit as well as form letters to place credit freezes and and alerts, respond to creditors and debt collectors etc.

Meet our Partners and Supporters
This free service would not be possible without the support of our great network of partners, security experts, and volunteers. Meet some of them.

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educationIdentity Theft Education Center
Our experts have gathered together the best resources and articles to help you learn about identity theft and cybercrimes, avoid falling victim, and what to do if you are a victim. Click here to learn more.

 

documentsLooking for documents? Our Forms and Documents section will take you to our online library where you'll find a copy of an identity theft affidavit as well as form letters to place credit freezes and and alerts, respond to creditors and debt collectors etc.

 

partnerssmallMeet our Partners and Supporters
This free service would not be possible without the support of our great network of partners, security experts, and volunteers. Meet some of them.

Are you a victim?

If you're a victim of identity theft, you can get help now, at no cost, by calling the ITRC Victim Support Hotline at 1-888-400-5530 to speak to a live counselor.

About The Council

The Identity Theft Council is a great example of how a community can come together, to work together, to help each other. Learn more about how we got started.

Operation Stop IT!

On September 7th 2017 we launched Operation Stop IT!, a national identity theft campaign in partnership with the nation's police chiefs. Learn More

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A Victim's Story

There are millions of victims of identity theft in the U.S., with another million being added every 30 days. Hear how one couple's bad luck turned into a three year identity theft nightmare.

News and Events

Check out the first episodes of our upcoming documentary In The Company of Thieves and learn about identity theft from some of the most experienced identity thieves in the business.

Blog

Our blog is a great way to learn about the latest security issues, challenges, and alerts, across the bay area and around the country. And of course you can always follow us on Facebook and Twitter.