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We've assembled a variety of excellent resources that can help you learn more about privacy and security issues. Please note that these sites are not associated with Sevier County Bank and that by using them you are governed by their own online privacy policies and terms of use.

Identity Theft resources

Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Identity Theft
A national resource to help you deter, detect and defend against identity theft.

Identity Theft Assistance Center (ITAC)
A nonprofit, collaborative effort between financial institutions and law enforcement to provide you with helpful resources for preventing and detecting fraud and identity theft.

Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC)
Step-by-step resolution instructions, form letters and other resources to assist identity theft victims.

You Have the Power to Stop Identity Theft
An identity theft brochure published by the federal bank, credit union and thrift regulatory agencies. (PDF requires Adobe Reader)

Online Fraud resources

National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) Stay Safe Online
A nonprofit, public-private partnership focused on promoting cyber security, safety awareness and safe online behavior.

Microsoft® Security At Home
A Microsoft site committed to providing you with easy steps and resources to secure your computer at home.

Looks Too Good To Be True
Information about internet fraud compiled and maintained by a joint federal law enforcement and industry task force. Key partners include the National White Collar Crime Center and members of the Merchants Risk Council.

Credit Score Monitoring resources

Free Annual Credit Reports
Information provided by the FTC on how you can request and receive a free copy of your credit report every 12 months from each of the national credit reporting companies.

Equifax
Website of one of the 3 largest American credit reporting agencies.

Experian
Website of one of the 3 largest American credit reporting agencies.

TransUnion
Website of one of the 3 largest American credit reporting agencies.

Additional Privacy and Security resources

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Consumer Protection
Offers a variety of information for consumers on financial topics, from understanding financial privacy to filing complaints.

OnGuardOnline.gov
Information from the federal government about avoiding scams, securing your computer and protecting kids online.

Privacy Rights Clearing House
A nonprofit consumer organization focusing on both information and advocacy. The PRC’s goals include raising awareness of how technology affects personal privacy and empowering consumers to take action to control personal information by providing practical tips on privacy protection.