Tag: identity theft

Apr 16

Is Your Child’s Identity Safe?

Since the red flags aren’t as obvious as they are for adults many children don’t know they’ve been and identity theft victim until they get their first job or by the first car. That makes them very attractive targets. “If a thief gets a hold of the child’s Social Security number, they can completely trash …

Continue reading

Apr 15

Identity Theft & Your SSN

I am summarizing an article that appeared in the Hill and was written by Dave Coffey. Click here to read the complete article at The Hill. Americans are now familiar with identity theft having experienced it themselves or know someone who has. The US is now known as the land of the free and the …

Continue reading

Nov 26

Identity Theft Overview

Identity Theft Overview – Are you a Victim? Definition: “When someone else gains access to your personal information and uses it without permission”. Someone’s identity is stolen every 2 seconds in the US. It is not a matter of if you will be compromised; it is a matter of when. This blog is a brief …

Continue reading

Jan 11

3 Tips to Prevent Identity Theft

Are you protected against the risk of identity theft? Many people are at risk and may lose money and face potential problems if they don’t take action to protect themselves. Criminals use deceitful tactics to learn your personally identifiable information (PII). Armed with simple information, a thief can order credit cards, access your personal bank …

Continue reading