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In 2017, nearly 17 million Americans had their identities stolen. If they followed the Federal Trade Commission’s recommended 40-page recovery process, they had to contact the companies where fraud occurred; place fraud alerts with credit bureaus; review their credit reports; report the identity theft to the FTC and their local police departments; close new charges; remove bogus charges; correct their credit reports; and add extended fraud alerts or credit freezes.

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