Identity Theft

By: Kylie Chaney

How Does Identity Theft Work?

A thief steals your personal information, such as your full name or social security number, to commit fraud.

Who Does Identity Theft Target?

Identity theft targets anyone from seniors, adults, teens, and even children.

Who Will Be Hurt From Identity Theft?

The person who had their identity stolen will be hurt.

What Is The Economic Impact Of Identity Theft?

Identity theft victims will have their name, social security number, date of birth, and credit card numbers stolen, and the thieves will make fake accounts using their name, and commit fraud with the victims name.

What Makes Identity Theft Believable?

Identity thieves create websites that look real, to catch peoples attention and steal their identities.

Would the Average Person Fall for Identity Theft?

Yes, because thieves act nice and trustworthy, then go and take your name and card numbers. You don't think about it until it actually happens to you.

What does Identity Theft Rely on to be Successful?

Identity Theft relies on the thieves acting sweet and nice to make it look believable.

What Emotion does Identity Theft Rely On?

Identity Theft relies on the victim being desperate and kind because they would trust anyone and fall for identity theft easier than others.