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Nebraska Publishes Identity Theft Repair Kit



January 15, 2008 By

Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning and Lincoln Postal Inspector Kerry Kowalski recently unveiled an Identity Theft Repair Kit to guide victims through the process of repairing their credit as part of National Consumer Protection Week Feb. 4-10.

"Identity theft is crippling to its victims, both financially and emotionally," Bruning said. "This repair kit gives consumers peace of mind and a road map for minimizing the damage to their good name and credit."


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