Georgia FCU Implements Identity Theft911

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DULUTH, Ga. - (05/27/05) -- Georgia FCU said it has signed withIdentity Theft 911 to make the company's broad range of identitytheft tools available to its members. The service, which has beengrowing in popularity among credit unions, will provide members apersonal advocate to help resolve identity thefts. It will alsoprovide systematic notification of agencies, businesses andinstitutions of a theft; a file creation for insurance and policerecords; credit reports from the three credit bureaus; one year ofcredit monitoring and fraud monitoring; a year of follow-up alerts,phone calls and status checks to avoid recurrence. In addition, aconsumer education component will give all members with ongoingemailed fraud alerts, a monthly newsletter, and a dedicated websitewith articles and other information of identity theft.

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