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You might be a victim of identity theft if you:
- Receive credit cards that you did not apply for.
- Find unauthorized charges on your bank or credit card statements.
- Receive bills or collection letters from companies that you never heard of or for accounts you don’t recognize.
- Receive rejection letters for loans you did not apply for.
- Receive notices reflecting that you traveled to, lived in or did business in a jurisdiction to which you have no connections.
- Get calls from debt collectors or businesses about merchandise or services you did not buy.
- Fail to receive your bills or regular mail. (The ID thief may have changed your billing address!)
- Receive unexpected notices from the IRS about failing to report all your income or informing you that they received more than one income tax return in your name.