Lost, Stolen or Compromised Documents

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Your Personally Identifiable Information (PII) can become lost, stolen or compromised at any time.  Following these steps and acting quickly may minimize your losses:
  • Obtain documentation of any fraud/identity theft that has occurred and keep records
  • File a police report with your local law enforcement agency and obtain a copy of the report
  • Notify ALL of your creditors, including telephone, utility and cable companies, etc.
  • Close accounts that have been or may be at risk of being compromised
  • Report fraud to the three major credit reporting agencies.  Visit their sites for additional information:
  • Report mail fraud to the U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) or call 800-372-8347
  • Notify the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) online or by phone at 1-877-438-4338
 
Contact these agencies to report and/or replace other lost, stolen or fraudulently used documents:
 

Report an Incident:

  • If you have reason to believe you have been a victim of identity theft or your personal identifying information has been compromised and it has impacted your motor vehicle record you can contact MVIU to determine if your case meets the requirements for an investigation.  If you have reason to believe that your Certificate of Title paperwork has been compromised and it has impacted your motor vehicle registration process you can contact MVIU to determine if your case meets the requirements for an investigation.  Please contact MVIU at dor_investigationsunit@state.co.us

 

TO REPORT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY

Call toll free: 1-855-RPT-2DMV (1-855-778-2368)

or Email: dor_investigationsunit@state.co.us