Identity Theft

What to do if someone steals your ID

Identity Theft: False Judgments

A Publication of the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse

20. False civil and criminal judgments.

Sometimes victims of identity theft are wrongfully accused of crimes that were committed by the imposter.

If you are wrongfully arrested or prosecuted for criminal charges, contact the police department and the court in the jurisdiction of the arrest. Also contact your state's Department of Justice and the FBI to ask how to clear your name.

If a civil judgment is entered in your name for your imposter's actions, contact the court where the judgment was entered and report that you are a victim of identity theft.

For more on what to do if you become the victim of criminal identity theft, see PRC Fact Sheet 17g, www.privacyrights.org/fs/fs17g-CrimIdTheft.htm

 

 

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