I-D Theft Passport



State Representative Duane Quam from Byron says he’ll continue pushing for a law that would allow victims of identity theft to obtain a special “I-D theft passport” to prove they are who they say they are.

Quam contends victims could use it when dealing with creditors, or if they’re accused of a crime actually committed by someone using their name. 

Quam says an “identity theft passport” can help victims reclaim their financial stability more quickly.
 

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