Washington — Victims of identity theft who do business with the nation’s 100 biggest financial institutions will have a one-stop center to help alert their creditors to the crime, under a program Wells Fargo & Co. announced Tuesday.
Wells Fargo’s announcement of the Identity Theft Assistance Center came as the Senate prepared to open debate on new legislation that would gut part of California’s new financial privacy law. (full story)
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