My Identity Has Been Stolen! Now What?

My Identity Has Been Stolen! Now What?

You Don’t Have to Feel Helpless: Get on the Road to Recovery Now 1 in every 10 U.S. Consumers have been victimized by identity thieves (Javelin Strategy and Research, 2009). If you’ve been or currently are a victim of identity theft, you’re not alone. Understanding the steps needed to take to get your life back are vital. Below we’ll cover the most important steps to...

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Only YOU Can Prevent Identity Theft!

Only YOU Can Prevent Identity Theft!

Fool Me Once, Shame on Me, Fool Me Twice…… How Identity Theft occurs and the consequence of this crime have been covered. At this point you should have a better understanding of what is done with your social security number, banking info, and other personal information once it has been stolen. Below we’ll cover basic, yet important steps to take to ensure your personal info...

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How Identity Theft Happens

How Identity Theft Happens

The Many Ways Thieves Can Steal Your Identity Identity theft can happen hundreds of different ways.  With today’s fast paced and ever changing technological advances, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to keep personal information safe and secure. Identity thieves work diligently to obtain or access your social security number, credit card, and banking information. And with new scams...

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What Are You Doing With My Identity!

What Are You Doing With My Identity!

Identity Theft  & Fraud: What Thieves do With Your Personal Info Do you ever wonder what thieves do with a stolen identity?  There are some obvious ones, but here are some things that you may not think of.  Everything falls under the umbrella of fraud so we will break out what criminals are doing in 5 various areas of fraud.   Credit Card Fraud: Thieves may open a new card in your...

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Identity Theft Statistics

Identity Theft Statistics

Identity theft is becoming one of the fastest growing crimes in the United States.  Arizona is the highest ranked state in identity theft at 142 victims per 100,000 people.  Arizona, California, Texas and Florida are always at the top due to having a large amount of people entering the country illegally needing new identities. With advent of advancing mobile technology and the internet, both...

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