Think identity theft can’t happen to you? Think again.
Identity Theft is consistently among the top complaints to the Federal Trade Commission each year. It can happen to anyone - regardless of your age and income, where you live, or how careful you are.
Fully restoring your identity on your own can be complicated, time-consuming and stressful. After a while, some people give up, leaving them to contend with the aftermath of identity theft for years to come, including fraudulent bills, collections activity, damaged credit and even criminal records.
Let Us Be Your Advocate
As part of the Care Identity Theft Recovery Services Group, if you become a victim or suspect you might be a victim of identity theft, simply let us know. You do not have to confirm identity fraud before seeking assistance. We will put you in touch with a professional, dedicated Privacy Advocate who will be prepared to:
This service covers all types of identity theft, even if it is not related to your APGFCU accounts. This service extends to three generations of your family. Family members include you, your spouse or domestic partner, your dependents under the age of 25 with the same permanent address, any IRS-qualified dependents, and your parents (mother or father) with the same permanent address, or who are registered in a senior assisted living facility, nursing home, or hospice. Services continue up to 12 months after death for all family members.
Join our special Care Identity Theft Recovery Services Group to make sure if you become a victim of identity theft, you are covered. A small account maintenance fee of $2.00 will be added to your account. Ask how you can sign up for the Care Identity Theft Recovery Services Group today by calling 800-225-2555 or by scheduling an appointment at one of our convenient locations.