Identity Theft

Identity Theft Education

As a Lion’s Share Federal Credit Union member,
you have access to free Identity theft education.
Thieves want to steal your identity.
Don’t let them get away with it!

Identity thieves steal mail, skim credit cards, hack into ATMs, and rummage through garbage in the search for their next victim. In the blink of an eye, criminals misuse bits and pieces of your personal information to obtain fraudulent credit and make unauthorized purchases. Stop theives before they steal your information.
Identity Theft Solutions

There are preventative measures you can take to substantially reduce the chance of identity theft occurring, as well as steps to recover from any damage if you are a victim.

Identity Theft and Fraud

Get the facts about consumer fraud.Be alert for fraud at ATM’s. Protect yourself from mail fraud and e-mail scams. Protect your financial health – avoid medical identity fraud.

Credit Reporting Bureaus/Accessing Credit Reports

Annual Credit Report Request Service
To order a credit report call: 877-685-1111
PO Box 10581, Atlanta, GA 30348-5281
To order your credit report:   800-685-1111
To report fraud:  888-766-0008
PO Box 740241, Atlanta, GA  30374
To order a credit report:  888-397-3742        To report fraud:  888-397-3742
PO Box 210, Allen, TX  75013-2104
To order your credit report:  800-888-4213
To report fraud:  800-680-7289
PO Box 200, Chester, PA 19022
Government Agencies
U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
The FTC oversees the operation of credit bureaus and maintains a database of identity theft cases used by law enforcement agencies for investigations.

Consumer Response Center:  877-382-4357 or online at
ID Theft Hotline:  877-438-4338 or online at

FTC IdentityTheft Affidavit Instructins and Form:
U.S. Postal Inspection Service
Criminal Investigations Service Center, ATTN: Mail Fraud
222 S. Riverside Plaza Ste 1250, Chicago, IL  60606