Identity Theft

According to the Federal Trade Commission, Georgia is # 2 in the country in cases of identity theft. Identity theft victims spend countless hours and money to repair credit reports and clear their good name. Identity theft victims should always do the following: 1.) close any accounts that have been tampered with or established fraudulently; 2.) file a police report; and 3) fill out an identity theft affidavit to file with the FTC and send to the credit reporting agencies. Identity theft victims may contact us for more information about your rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

Armor Law, LLC has represented numerous victims of identity theft and helped them reclaim their lives. We are experienced practitioners of consumer protection laws who know how to use the law effectively to help identity theft victims. We know how frustrating it can be to deal with endless phone calls and fight with fraudulent accounts, to struggle with anonymous voices in call centers who refuse to help you or simply do not believe your story. We use the law to fight back against these companies and get your life back on track.

When we represent identity theft victims, our fees are paid on a contingency basis. This often requires us to invest a significant amount of time and resources up front, so we are very selective about whom we represent as clients. If you are the victim of identity theft and do not know where to turn, please contact our law firm and see if we can help you.

You have a right to the maximum possible accuracy on your credit report even if you were a victim of identity theft, but you may need a lawyer. You also have the right to sue the credit bureaus and companies that refuse to correct incorrect information on your credit report after you disputed the errors. This requires a lawyer.

Our firm is experienced in litigating with all of the credit reporting agencies, including Equifax, Trans Union and Experian, on behalf of clients who have been hurt by inaccurate reporting. These credit reporting agencies make billions of dollars off of your information. They have a responsibility to take your identity theft disputes and do actual investigations. Unfortunately, many victims have found out that it can be hard to get anyone to take your situation seriously unless you have an attorney experienced in representing identity theft victims.