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COLUMBIA, S.C. – Traveling can be the biggest headache of the holiday season. Don’t make your holiday travel any more of a hassle than it needs to be by becoming a victim of identity theft or a scam. The South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs (SCDCA) has some easy tips you can use while away from home to keep your information and money safe.
For basic steps to consider no matter the type of identity theft, read SCDCA’s Identity Theft Toolkit: What You Need to Do” and “Step-by-Step” guides in the How to Report section of the ID Theft webpage. Consumers who have identity theft questions or who would like help with the steps to mitigate their identity theft situation please contact the Identity Theft Unit for one-on-one assistance. Call (844) TELL DCA (835-5322) or fill out an ID Theft Intake form by visiting consumer.sc.gov.