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Panama City Replace Document

Many people in Panama City lost documents that are needed. These are phone numbers and resources that can assist you in replacing your documents.

Birth and Death Certificates
Phone: 850-245-4444
Birth Certificates and Death Certificates 

Florida Driving Licenses
Phone: 850-617-3000

Social Security Cards:
Phone: 800-772-1213



Bank Checks, ATM/Debit Cards or Safe Deposit Boxes
Phone: 877-275-3342


Credit Cards – Contact the appropriate issuing institution

Visa: 800-847-2911

MasterCard: 800-627-8372

Discover: 800-347-2683

American Express: 800-327-1267

Credit Reports: Equifax, Experian or TransUnion
Phone: 877-322-8228



SNAP Cards
Phone: Agents available 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday-Friday at 866-762-2237

Green Cards:
Phone: 800-375-5283




Fraud Alerts or a Credit Freeze:

Difference Between Extended Fraud Alerts and Credit Freeze
·        An extended fraud alert means that a business must verify your identity before it issues new credit. An extended fraud alert, lasting seven years, is available only to identity theft victims. To get an extended fraud alert, you’ll first need an Identity Theft Report, which you can create at

·        A freeze generally stops all access to your credit report, while a fraud alert permits creditors to get your report as long as they take steps to verify your identity. A freeze is available to anyone, whether or not you are a victim of identity theft.


Identity Theft Resource Center:
Phone: 888-400-5530
Email: [email protected]



Medicare Cards:
Phone: 800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778)
Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.; or

Phone: 877-487-2778


U.S. Savings Bonds:
Phone: 844-284-2676 (toll-free)


Federal Tax Returns:
Phone: 800-829-1040


Military Records:
Phone: 866-272-6272

Insurance Documents:

Phone: Check with your insurance agent.


Real Estate and Property Records (Mortgage Documents, Deeds, etc.):

Phone: Contact your agent.



Medical and Prescription Records:

Call your doctor; medical and prescription records are tracked electronically.


Proof of Address/Residency:

Contact your local utility company to obtain a recent bill.

Written By Kathlene Rushing
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