Here are some ways you can tell if your information has been compromised or stolen:
- Bills or other mail fails to arrive when expected.
- Unauthorized financial transactions occur.
- Mail, email or calls about accounts that don’t belong to you are received.
- There is unexpected information or a mistake on account statements, credit reports or medical records.
- You receive letters or calls about purchases, accounts or jobs in your name.
- Your legitimate request for credit is denied for no apparent reason.
- The IRS notifies you that a tax return was already filed in your name or that you have income from an employer you don’t work for.
- You receive notice that your information was compromised by a data breach at a business that you use.