Identity Theft

What should I do if I think I may be a victim of identity fraud?

Assuming that you are a member of Generations Credit Union, you should contact us, and we will put a notification on your account.

To further protect yourself, you should contact each of the three credit reporting agencies and have each put a message on your credit bureau report at no charge to you.

Also, the Federal Trade Commission recently rolled out an ID theft affidavit, a form for victims to provide to creditors and credit reporting agencies. It can be obtained from here or by calling 1.877.438.4338.

Here is the contact information for the reporting agencies:

P.O. Box 740241
Atlanta, GA30374

P.O. Box 9530
Allen, TX 75013

Fraud Victim Assistance Division
P.O. Box 6790
Fullerton, CA92634

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