Identity Theft Victims Support

KUA takes the protection of its customer’s data very seriously. Each year, millions of Americans discover that a criminal has fraudulently used their personal information to obtain goods and services and that they have become victims of identity theft. Under federal law, identity theft occurs when someone uses or attempts to use the sensitive personal information of another person to commit fraud. A wide range of sensitive personal information can be used to commit identity theft, including a person’s name, address, date of birth, Social Security number (SSN), driver’s license number, credit card and bank account numbers, phone numbers, and even biometric data like fingerprints and iris scans.

If you are a victim of identity theft, visit for assistance.

File the attached report with your local police/ sheriff department and obtain a printed copy for your records.