Identity Protection

Are you concerned about the safety of your personal information?

Your identity is what makes you unique. With Arizona having the highest rate of identity theft in the nation, we want to provide you with the knowledge and tools to ensure you don’t fall victim to this crime. Identity theft occurs when someone steals your personally identifying information, like your name, Social Security number, debit or credit card number, to commit crimes while damaging your credit score. Over the past ten years with the growth of the internet, you not only have to worry about your cards from being physically stolen but your personal information compromised online.

  • Preventing Fraud
    Learn how to prevent fraud with this list of resources and information on identity theft, phishing and scams.
  • Detecting Fraud
    Early detection is key. Review this list of sources for fraud and identity protection tips.
  • Reporting Fraud
    Easily report suspected fraud to us using this helpful contact information.
  • Scams
    Become familiar with the most predominant scams.
  • Fraud Terminology
    Educate yourself on current internet and fraud terms.
  • Identity Theft Protection
    If protecting your identity is important to you, learn more about our identity theft protection solution.

Important: The Arizona Office of the Attorney General reminds you to be wary of text messaging (SMS) phishing scams. Please read their original press release.

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