MAP is proud to be a co sponsor with the Maine Ambulance Association and Atlantic Partners EMS in hosting Lt. Col.Dave Grossman at the Samoset Resort.
‘The Bullet Proof Mind” Lt. Col. Dave Grossman November 10, 2017 8:00AM – 4:00PM Samoset Resort 220 Warrenton St, Rockport, ME 04856 Maine Ambulance Association In Conjunction with the Maine Association of Police Cost: $50 MAA/MAP members, $75 non-members.
Please follow the link below for more info. Seats will fill fast so make your registration as soon as possible!
We will be sharing this information on MAP's Facebook page as well, however we wanted to make sure the information got to each of our units/members and interested people. If you have found that you have been affected by the Equifax breach here is the informatio on freezing your accounts below. We have also attached a credit guide specific to your rights in Maine in helping you plan your next steps.
Stay safe, PG
File Freeze Information
Maine’s file freeze law permits FREE freezing and unfreezing of credit reports!
Maine consumers have the right to place a free file freeze on their credit reports with each of the three major credit reporting agencies: Equifax, Experian and Trans Union. The simplest (and most highly recommended) way to place a file freeze is by telephone. You can also freeze your files by visiting the credit reporting agencies’ secure websites, or by making your request(s) in writing to each agency.
Below please find the specific file freeze contact information for each agency:
PO Box 105069
Atlanta, GA 30348
PO Box 4500
Allen, TX 75013
Trans Union: 1-888-909-8872
PO Box 2000
Chester, PA 19016
When you call, you will be connected to an automated service, and you will be asked to provide certain personal information. If you use the websites, the on-line service will also require you to disclose personal information. And if you write, you should provide the credit reporting agency with a signed letter, specifically asking for your file to be frozen due to Maine’s new file freeze law—and within that letter, you should list your Social Security number, date of birth, and your Maine mailing and street addresses.
Within a couple of weeks, each credit reporting agency will mail to you a letter containing your “unlock” code. Access to your credit report can be unlocked and relocked using that code. Your file freeze will remain in effect until you direct the credit reporting agency to unlock your file, either temporarily or permanently.
There is no fee for locking or unlocking your credit file under Maine law.
Click here to download a pdf version of a brochure on Credit Bureaus and Credit Scores.
If you are a Maine consumer and you believe the credit reporting agencies are not complying with their legal requirements, write to us and we will contact those companies on your behalf. You may reach us at: Bureau of Consumer Credit Protection, SHS 35, Augusta ME 04333-0035; Toll Free for Maine residents only: 1-800-DEBT-LAW (1-800-332-8529); www.Credit.Maine.gov.