Someone stole my identity . . . what do I do?


There are many different types of identity theft. Identity theft can be an unauthorized use of an existing account, or alternatively it can be the creation and subsequent use of a new account or accounts. The first step in most circumstances remains the same—it is best to place a temporary fraud alert on your credit reports. If you think you're a victim of identity theft, feel free to give this office a call.

Contact: George E. Bourguignon, Jr.

Phone: (413) 746-8008



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