Resources to make including elements of identity theft protection into your Get Smart About event simple.
Protect Your Identity Week WebsiteFor tips and other information on protecting your identity
Newsletter for teens that covers all things credit, including identity theft. Print the colorful newsletter to place in your lobby or to share with students following your credit education lesson.
Handout to educate consumers on phishing, another form of identity theft. The handout includes information on how to identify and address these threats.
Q&A brochure with information on the new credit card law, identity theft and credit reports. Great to include in monthly statements or to place in your bank lobby.
Personal Finance Basics Booklets: Credit
A colorful, easy-to-follow consumer booklet on credit that explores the four Cs of credit, different types of credit, credit terminology and identity theft.
Finance 101 Credit Kit
Credit education teaching materials for use with older students and adults. The kit includes a credit PowerPoint presentation, a scripted lesson plan and 50 corresponding workbooks.
|Including PYIW Activities in Your GSAC 2012 Event|
||Sign Up for GSAC 2012. |
Bank sign-up opens July 9. Registered banks receive getting started materials, a banker-to-banker tips sheet, participation certificates and more.
Find a consumer credit specialist.
Use the NFCC's online locator map to find a credit counselor to host an event with.
Register your event with the PYIW Coalition
to have it listed online with other events.
Protect Your Identity Week Website
For tips and other information on protecting your identity.