Wisconsin puts the freeze on child identity theft
MADISON – There is a new way to help protect your children’s identities: Wisconsin’s Child Credit Protection Act. By law, Wisconsin residents can now authorize a credit bureau to create and instantly freeze a credit record for their child. This protective measure locks a child's credit record until the age of 16 to keep criminals from stealing his identity and creating accounts in his name.
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