Take a look at the piece I did for HLN’s Raising America with Kyra Phillips:
Even Toddlers Get Their Identities Stolen

By HLN’s Mark Morgenstein

Meet the Martinezes. In recent years, Julie Martinez bought tens of thousands of dollars worth of goods, a car and furniture.

Well, it wasn’t actually Julie. It was someone using her Social Security number. Julie just turned three, but she was just a year old when it happened.

If you suspect your child’s personal information has been compromised, you might want to check out one of the three credit reporting agencies or the websites below to find help:

Credit Agencies:

www.equifax.com

www.experian.com

www.transunion.com

Other ID theft resources:

www.allclearid.com

www.idtheftcenter.org

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