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San Diego Identity Theft Takeover Questionnaire

San Diego Identity Theft Takeover Questionnaire

The FBI has identified you as one of many possible victims in an identity theft case.

The defendants in this case are part of a criminal cyber conspiracy that allegedly hacked the computers of U.S. mortgage brokers and obtained mortgage applications containing customers’ personally identifiable information (PII), including names, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, addresses, assets, tax information, and driver’s licenses.  According to the indictment, members of the conspiracy used victims’ stolen information to impersonate the mortgage customers, open lines of credit in their names, and steal their assets.

Due to the size and scope of this case, the FBI asks that you complete the secure online questionnaire below. Your responses are voluntary but would be useful in the federal investigation and prosecution of this matter as well as in determining the extent of your victimization (if any). Due to the large number of anticipated responses, it is not possible for the FBI to speak with each respondent individually; however, you may be contacted by a special agent and asked to provide additional information.

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1. Have you been notified by anyone else about the theft of your PII (e.g., name, Social Security number, date of birth, address, etc.)?


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3. Have you had any bank or brokerage accounts opened in your name (without your authorization)?


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4. Have you had any lines of store credit opened in your name (without your authorization)?


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5. Has your bank or brokerage company been contacted by someone pretending to be you?


5. If so, has that person tried to change your account information and/or wire/transfer money out of your account?


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