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Vermont

Eligibility: All consumers. Fees: No fees for identity theft victims. All others pay $10 to place the freeze, $5 to lift it temporarily or remove it altogether. Effective date of law: July 1, 2006 Permanent freeze remains until removal requested by consumer. Copy of Vermont's security freeze law Instructions for using Vermont's security freeze law from VT's Attorney General

(security freeze rights established by state law)

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