Protect Personal Information By Credit Freeze

Learn how to protect personal information by credit freeze, an easy step-by-step guide.

Are you worried about your personal credit details being leaked or being used by companies in their favor? There is a very simple and effective way to deal with this problem. You can send a freeze letter to all of these companies and they won’t be able to get access to any of your personal or bank details without getting your permission.

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In order to send a freeze letter to the companies that might be able to breach your data, or get background information on all of your data, you can start by freezing the following eight companies. The following list will also help you discover ways through which these companies are stealing your data for their gain:

  1. ChexSystems
  2. SageStream
  3. Advanced Resolution Services
  4. Equifax
  5. TransUnion
  6. Experian
  7. Innovis

Step by Step Guide to Fill the Freeze Forms

First, fill in your name and address in the right upper corner of the form such as:

● Your Name (e.g. JOHN DOE)

● Address Line 1 (e.g. 123 EXAMPLE, STR UNIT 1)

● Address Line 2 (e.g. NEW YORK, NY, 12345)

Then fill in the document date.

After the date, you will be able to see the address of one of the eight companies you’d be sending the letter to.

The next step will be to add your personal details in the following manner:


● MY SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (e.g. 123–45–6789)

● MY DATE OF BIRTH (e.g. February 30th, 1975)


● MY PHONE NUMBER (e.g. 123–456–7890)

● MY EMAIL (e.g.

Next, you will have to enter your first and last name again after the complimentary closing remark (e.g. JOHN DOE).

The final step would be to upload a picture of either your identification card/driver’s license on the left side and your social security card on the right side.

Notary Acknowledgement

This section will require your first and last name, which will be the legal contract making sure that none of the listed companies can misuse your personal information.

Next, you will then have to get your document notarized. It is also important to remember to keep the original copy of the letter for your own record. It will be very feasible for you if you go to your bank to get your documents notarized, as many banks provide free notary services to their own customers.

You will have to enter the exact same information on all 8 letters since they will be sent to eight individual companies. After getting all the documents notarized, you can either mail them individually to all the eight companies, or you can mail these documents at Letter Carrier, which can mail these documents on your behalf within 24 hours.

It is important to note that you should keep a hard copy of all your signed documents even if they are saved on your computer. Make sure to keep a copy of the document, certified mail receipt, as well as the payment receipt as a record.

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If you have been impacted, you have the right to get compensation up to $20,000.00 under Equifax Data Breach Settlement (Extended Claims Period between January 23, 2020, and January 22, 2024). Not sure how to write an Equifax Data Breach Complaint? Check this video tutorial: or START FILING DOCUMENT HERE:

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