Here you can find resources, like documents, web links, directories, and other information, to help you protect your rights.

Advocate for important issues

Let your congressional representatives know what you think about these important issues. You can find and follow your Senators and Representative at and send them messages about issues that are important to you. All it takes is 3 easy steps:

  1. Put in your ZIP code and address to find your lawmakers. Don't worry, we won't use your information to contact you or share your information with anyone.
  2. Select the lawmaker you want to contact.
  3. Pick how you want to communicate with your chosen lawmaker. You can make a phone call, send an email or even send a video message.

Credit Reports

To protect yourself and your credit from identity thieves, you should check your credit reports often. Everyone knows about the Big 3 credit reporting agencies, Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion, but did you know there are hundreds of other agencies that collect financial information about you. These agencies provide information to its customers about your medical history, rental history, check writing history, among others. Many of them provide free annual reports to consumers. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau put together a handy reference guides of such agencies. Download it here to see what information corporate America has on you.