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HARRISBURG, Pa. – In one of its final actions taken before the end of 2005, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives passed House Bill 1348 requiring mandatory restitution for victims of identity theft. Introduced last November, the bill requires that anyone convicted of identity theft would have to reimburse the victim for certain costs including: services by attorneys and accountants; credit bureau fees incurred by corrections to victim’s credit record; and fees from contesting unwarranted debt collections, court costs and filing fees. The measure was sent to the Pennsylvania Senate.

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