Special Report

States With the Most Identity Theft

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35. Indiana
> Identity theft complaints: 176 per 100,000 (total: 11,866)
> Median loss for all types of fraud: $400 (15th lowest)
> Most common form of ID theft: Imposter Scams (22% of total)
> Second most common form of ID theft: Identity Theft (17% of total)

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34. Connecticut
> Identity theft complaints: 187 per 100,000 (total: 6,666)
> Median loss for all types of fraud: $460 (23rd highest)
> Most common form of ID theft: Imposter Scams (19% of total)
> Second most common form of ID theft: Identity Theft (17% of total)

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33. Utah
> Identity theft complaints: 189 per 100,000 (total: 6,060)
> Median loss for all types of fraud: $500 (9th highest)
> Most common form of ID theft: Imposter Scams (21% of total)
> Second most common form of ID theft: Identity Theft (19% of total)

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32. Oregon
> Identity theft complaints: 190 per 100,000 (total: 8,016)
> Median loss for all types of fraud: $500 (9th highest)
> Most common form of ID theft: Imposter Scams (23% of total)
> Second most common form of ID theft: Identity Theft (16% of total)

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31. Wisconsin
> Identity theft complaints: 193 per 100,000 (total: 11,253)
> Median loss for all types of fraud: $390 (7th lowest)
> Most common form of ID theft: Imposter Scams (22% of total)
> Second most common form of ID theft: Identity Theft (19% of total)

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