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A North Carolina church received an AT&T bill for 17 i Phones purchased by an identity thief.In December 2015, four suspects were charged with using fake identity documents to purchase i Phones at AT&T stores in Kansas.She assumed it was a mistake, and told me to take my phones to one of my mobile carrier’s retail stores.The store replaced my SIM cards and got my phones working again.I logged in to my online account, changed the password, and added an extra security PIN recommended by the fraud department.I then logged on to the Federal Trade Commission’s website to report the theft and learn how to protect myself. It includes step-by-step instructions and sample letters to guide victims through the recovery process.
She had acquired the i Phones at a retail store in Ohio, hundreds of miles from where I live, and charged them to my account on an installment plan.Identity theft reports to the FTC likely represent only the tip of a much larger iceberg.According to data from the Identity Theft Supplement to the 2014 National Crime Victimization Survey conducted by the U. Department of Justice, less than 1% of identity theft victims reported the theft to the FTC.So, following the template provided by Identitytheft.gov, I wrote a letter to my carrier requesting all records related to the fraudulent upgrades on my account.After about two months my carrier sent me the records.