Florida's Identity Theft Victim Kit

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What Else Can I Do?
File a complaint with the FTC's Identity Theft Clearinghouse
The Clearinghouse is the federal government's repository for ID theft complaints.
Complaint information is entered into a central database, the Consumer Sentinel,
which is accessed by many local and state law enforcement agencies in Florida,
as well as Florida's Attorney General, for identity theft investigation. Call the toll-
free hotline at 1-877-IDTHEFT.
Flag your Florida Driver's License.
At your request, the Fraud Section of the Department of Highway Safety and
Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) will place a flag on your driver's license if you are a
victim of identity theft (regardless of whether your Florida Driver's License has
been compromised). To reach the Fraud Section, call (850) 617-2405. You will
be asked to submit your request in writing to:
Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles
DDL/BDI - Fraud Section, Room A327
Neil Kirkman Building
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0570
If you believe that the identity thief has actually used your personal information to
secure a Florida Driver's License or Identification Card, DSHMV will conduct a
fraud investigation. To initiate this investigation, request a DHSMV Identity Theft
Report Form and mail it to the address above. The form is also available through
the DHSMV website at www.hsmv.state.fl.us
Get assistance through Florida's Fraud Hotline.
Florida's Attorney General provides a toll-free fraud hotline for Floridians who are
the victims of Fraud. Contact the hotline at 1-866-9-NO -SCAM (1-866-966-7226).
Trained advocates can help provide additional resource information in your area.
Check your Florida criminal histor y information.
In some instances of identity theft, a victim may be faced with a criminal record
for a crime he or she did not commit. The Florida Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLE) can provide a Compromised Identity Review (based on a
fingerprint comparison of state criminal history files) to determine what, if any,
criminal history belongs to you, and if any arrest records have been falsely
associated with you as a result of someone using your identity. If a fingerprint
check determines you are an identity theft victim, FDLE will work with local law
enforcement agencies to attempt to clear fraudulent data from the criminal history
files and provide you with a Compromised Identity Certificate. For more
information, contact FDLE's Quality Control Section at (850) 410-8880 or visit
www.fdle.state.fl.us
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