Assess How To Investigate Identity Theft
• Address (home and work) of the victim.
• Account numbers involved in the theft and names of primary and secondary account holders.
• When and how the identity theft was discovered, and under what circumstances the victim became aware of the identity theft.
• Exact location (addresses, business, persons involved) where the fraudulent use of identity occurred.
• Names of financial institutions the victim notified of the identity theft, along with the names, addresses, and phone numbers of customer service representative or investigators who accepted the report, the dates and times of the reports, a brief summary of the conversation, and copies of any email messages or faxes sent to or received from the financial institutions.
• Photocopies of any letters, account statements, and any other documents associated with the case.
• A chronological log of the theft and the victim’s actions since the discovery of the theft, to include information about the discovery, possible locations of the theft, and names or descriptions of persons around when the theft might have occurred (Dashido,