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Identity Theft

Safe Online Shopping Tips To Follow This Holiday Season

Every year a greater number of Americans do their holiday shopping online. Business analysts expect around 70 billion dollars to be spent online this season, this is a 14 percent increase from 2014. The growth is not surprising as online shopping is very convenient, especially at such a busy time of year. But that convenience…

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Holding Businesses Accountable For Your Credit Card Information

Credit cards are a great way to conveniently make purchases at stores, restaurants, and other businesses.  But, they are also highly vulnerable to thieves who are constantly looking for credit card information so that they may use the information to make fraudulent purchases on the accounts of unsuspecting consumers. Consumers have the right to hold…

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Your Rights if You’re an Identity Theft Victim

Identity theft can be a credit nightmare. Even of banks refund money or creditors excuse debts, your credit report may still reflect you incurring debt you didn’t incur. Luckily, the law has provisions to try to help you if you’re an identity theft victim. (Remember, CRAs are Credit Reporting Agencies – Experian, Equifax and Transunion,…

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3 ways to protect yourself from identity theft

3 ways to protect yourself from identity theft Identity theft can be a devastating and frightening time in a persons’ life. The financial and emotional toll that it takes can be overwhelming. With the advancement of technology, it is unfortunately on the rise and can be very difficult to recover from it. Not only do…

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Based in Chicago, Keogh Law, Ltd., represents clients in Illinois communities such as Orland Park, Calumet City, Hammond, Aurora, Naperville, Oak Brook, Schaumburg, Glenview, Skokie, Waukegan, Joliet, Bolingbrook, Cook County, DuPage County, Kane County, Lake County, LaSalle County and Will County. We also represent clients nationwide.

Please call us now. We handle a majority of our cases on a contingency basis.