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Identity Theft and Fraud Protection

Violation of your identity is frightening and can be costly, but most consumers tell themselves it will never happen to them. Find out how to protect yourself and what to do if it does happen.
IDENTITY THEFT AND FRAUD ARTICLES
Jimmy John’s, one of the nation’s largest sandwich shops, is among the latest cyber-hacking victims.
If you own a smartphone, chances are you have used free public Wi-Fi. What you might not know is that, in doing so, you are putting your identity at risk.
A new study from the Government Accountability Office reports that the IRS sent an estimated $5.2 Billion in tax refunds to fraudsters.
 
According to the Federal Trade Commission, people in their twenties make up 20 percent of all identity theft victims.
People get confused between a Fraud Alert and a Credit Freeze, and they often think they mean the same thing. But as you will see, there is a big difference between the two.
Learn a few simple precautions to keep your personal information safe.
 
Knowing where to report identity theft is as important as knowing how to spot it.
The more identity theft facts you learn, the less vulnerable you are.
Find out five things to do to start restoring your good name.
 
Every year, millions of Americans become identity theft victims. That’s why we’ve created an Identity Theft Protection & Recovery Guide just for you. Read on for protection tips, a recovery checklist and sample letters.
Find out what fraud prevention measures you can take to keep your personal information secure.
If you think your Social Security Number has been stolen, it's time to jump into action and clean up any potential messes before one mishap threatens the health of your credit.
 
See how you can reduce your risk of ending up a victim of fraud or identity theft.
If your identity has been compromised follow these steps.
Improvements in identity verification are helping to prevent thieves from exploiting your identity and credit profile for financial gain.
 
Learn to spot signs of identity theft to help protect your finances.
Learn the steps you can take to reduce your risk of becoming a victim.
Thieves could be targeting your kids. Here are tips on what to look for and what to do if you think you might have a problem.
 
Identity theft is a growing problem in the United States, one that everyone should be aware of. To avoid becoming a victim, start thinking about identity theft security and take steps to keep your identity safe.
Learn how to protect yourself and your credit while traveling.
The best protection against fraudulent activity and identity theft is taking proactive steps to help stop them from happening.
 
Identity theft is a serious problem. Here are some steps you can take to protect yourself.
Here are some tips for safe and smart shopping during the holiday season.
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