Fraud alert or credit freeze? When and how to place them – The Sentinel-Echo

You don’t have to be a victim of fraud or identity theft to place a fraud alert or credit freeze on your credit report. Either tool could be useful if you suspect fraud might have happened. Or you could request a credit freeze simply because you don’t plan to use new credit for a while and want to protect against new accounts being opened in your name. The following information explores...


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