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Eye Spy Investigations discusses identity theft investigations. The inconvenience and invasion of privacy caused by identity theft can not be overstated. We help consumers by investigating the theft of your identity. Eye Spy Detective Agency can help locate the perpetrator and bring the case to the attention of appropriate law enforcement.
Almost 700,000 people are victimized by identity theft each year and consumers often find themselves at the mercy of these identity thieves. Eye Spy Detective Agency staffs investigators with years of Identity theft investigation backgrounds. Investigators who have sources and information to which the public does not have access in order to identify and locate the responsible parties. We are normally able to investigate these matters to conclusion quickly and have found that our services in the area of identity theft are especially valuable to the consumer client, as law enforcement is generally not available to investigate this crime for the individual victim. We can help you take the first step towards fighting back and recovering your identity.
1. Place a “Fraud Alert” on your credit reports and review the reports carefully. The three nationwide consumer reporting companies have toll-free numbers and can place a 90-day Fraud Alert on your credit report:
Experian: 1-888-EXPERIAN (397-3742)
A call to any one of the three companies is sufficient and entitles you to free copies of your credit report once the fraud alert is placed.
2. Close all accounts that have been opened fraudulently or any existing accounts that have been tampered with. Notify your bank to flag your accounts and to contact you should there be any unusual activity. Keep a record of your conversations regarding your accounts, including the date, time, and the name of the person you spoke with. Also, keep copies of documents regarding the theft.
3. Contact your local police. Obtain a copy of the police report.
4. Contact your nearest U.S. Postal Inspection Service office.
5. Contact the Social Security Administration’s Fraud Hot line at 1-800-269-0271.
6. Contact the Department of Motor Vehicles to find out if another license was issued in your name. If so, request a new license number and fill out a complaint form for the DMV to begin the fraud investigation process.
7. Report the identity theft to the FTC which helps law enforcement across the country in the investigations. Call 1-877-ID-THEFT (438-4338) to report the theft
Call Eye Spy today 888-393-7799