Consumer Resource Guide - For more information on addressing common issues and topics, please review the Colorado Attorney General’s Consumer Resource Guide. Please be advised the information contained within the Resource Guide should not be taken as legal advice. Consumers seeking a legal opinion should consult with a licensed attorney.
If you have been a victim of Identity Theft or Fraud, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is available to help. For immediate assistance, call the Identity Theft Hotline. The hotline phones are answered 24 hours a day, every day of the year, including weekends and holidays.
CBI 24 Hour Identity Theft & Fraud Hotline
Colorado Attorney General
For additional information, see also the “Identity Theft Fraud Center” within this site.
If you desire a legal opinion or representation relating to your specific situation, we recommend contacting a private attorney or one of the services that provide legal assistance through the local bar association and/or other legal entities.
Identity theft may come in multiple forms, but its impact is always frustrating and oftentimes devastating. In fact, anyone can be a victim of identity theft. For this reason, it is vital that Coloradoans understand how to protect themselves. See the below resources on how to better protect you and your family from becoming victimized by Identity Theft and learn how to report it.
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