Identity Theft

What to do if someone steals your ID

Identity Theft: Mail Fraud

A Publication of the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse

10. Fraud involving U.S. mail.

Notify the local Postal Inspector if you suspect an unauthorized change of your address with the post office or if the U.S mail has been used to commit fraud. Find out where fraudulent credit cards were sent. Notify the local Postmaster to forward all mail in your name to your own address. You may also need to talk with the mail carrier.

Call the U.S. Postal Service to find the nearest Postal Inspector at (800) 275-8777 or visit its web site at http://postalinspectors.uspis.gov/. The online complaint form is available at https://postalinspectors.uspis.gov/forms/MailFraudComplaint.aspx. Or you can mail your complaint to: U.S. Postal Service, Criminal Investigations Service Center, Attn: Mail Fraud, 222 S. Riverside Plaza Suite 1250, Chicago, IL 60606-6100.

 

 

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