We Can Stop Identity Theft !

Dont Give People The Chance To Steal From You !

Don't Keep Your Friends and Families Too Close

Studies have shown that it’s becoming more common for the ones stealing your identity to be those closest to you. One study found 32% of identity theft victims discovered a family member or relative was responsible for stealing their identity. That same study found 18% were victimized by a friend, neighbor or in-home employee.

How Much Can A Person Do Too You ?

Approximately 15 million United States residents have their identities used fraudulently each year with financial losses totalling upwards of $50 billion.On a case-by-case basis, that means approximately 7% of all adults have their identities misused with each instance resulting in approximately $3,500 in losses.Only 28% of identity theft cases involve credit or financial fraud. Phone, utility, bank and employment fraud make up another 50% of cases.

How Prevent Identity Theft

If identity thieves have your personal information, they can drain your bank account, run up charges on your credit cards, open new utility accounts, or get medical treatment on your health insurance. Here’s how to act quickly to limit the damage.If you notice signs of identity theft, the first step is to get all the facts about the damages. Then, contact any creditors or financial institutions immediately. If the theft is serious, contact the police and file a report.

Safeguard your personal information, whether it is on paper, online, or on your computers and mobile devices.Using a paper shredder can be a powerful tool for safeguarding against personal information and pre-approved credit offers ending up in the wrong people’s hands.Placing both extended fraud alerts and credit freezes on your credit reports can make it more difficult for an identity thief to open new accounts in your name

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