Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich




Identity Theft Tip Card

  • Carefully review your bank and credit card statements monthly.
  • Ask your credit card company to stop sending blank checks with your statements.
  • Keep credit card account information and PIN numbers in a safe place and cancel credit cards that you don’t use.
  • Never give bank or credit card account information over the phone unless you initiated the call and know the business.
  • Order a free copy of your credit report annually and check it carefully.

Internet Safety Tip Card

Many kids and teens don’t realize that the types of websites they visit, the information they post about themselves, and the off-hand remarks they sometimes make can lead to trouble. Protecting children and teens from Internet predators and scam artists is a very serious issue. Parents, play it safe. Talk about Internet safety with your kids, and teach them a few simple rules:

Identity Theft Repair Kit

I’m Attorney General Mark Brnovich.

Locking your door when you leave home or when you get out of your car is second-nature to most people. But securing personal information like your social security number, credit and debit card information, insurance cards, Medicare and Medicaid information and other sensitive materials is just as important.

Identity theft is a growing problem in Arizona, and you can protect yourself. As Arizona’s Attorney General, I want to help you be aware of this problem and fight back.

Internet Safety Guide for Teens

A message from Mark Brnovich to kids & teens about Internet Safety, Cyber-Crimes and Substance Abuse:

You are part of the generation that has grown up with the Internet. You know what a great tool it is for connecting with friends, finding out what is going on in the world and doing everything from shopping to research for homework.

Internet Safety Guide for Parents

An Internet Safety message from Mark Brnovich:

As a parent, you are aware of the many dangers faced daily by your children and you will do everything in your power to keep them safe. As the father of four, I understand that role very well.

As Arizona’s Attorney General, my main job is to take the lead in protecting the public from predators. Predators come in many forms, some of which are open and obvious, others are harder to see.

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