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Walk-through: Using the credit monitoring resources provided following Crestwood hack

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Crestwood Medical Center is owned by CHS.

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – The letter from Crestwood Medical Center to alert you to the danger of a recent hack and inform you of the resources at your disposal will most likely lead you to your computer.

Specifically, you can sign up for your credit monitoring on this website.

When you get the web page pulled up, you’ll face a registration/log-in screen. It asks for your zip code, your last name, and your membership number.

To find that number, look back at your letter. It’s in the top right hand side.

The next screen is a basic web form. Fill it out with the most accurate information, as it’s what will be used to monitor your credit.

Next up, you get a series of questions to confirm you are you.

Once you complete those questions, you’ll get through to the main page. You’ve got a space for alerts of suspicious activity, info on your credit monitoring, and information on how to restore your identity if something happens.

If you have any questions on the process, you can all the assistance number between 8am and 5pm central time, Monday through Friday. That number is 1-855-205-6951.

1 Comment

  • kld

    Her health is a private matter, and the situation might have been due to health issues. Why do you want to know? She probably was not kidnapped, so the public doesn’t need the details. Leave it alone.

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