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Most Recent Articles in Identity Theft Protection

  • How to Create and Guard Secure Passwords

    by Amanda Randell

    You would not want to belong to the 66% of identity theft victims’ whose personal information has been used to open new credit account, nor would you want to be one of the 12% of victims who end up having warrants issued in their name for financial crimes.  Identity thieves are becoming more and more professional in their line of work. That could either be because they are indeed doing their best developing their scamming techniques, or because people are … (more) January 21, 2010

  • Identity Theft Protection Easy Tips to Remember

    by Amanda Randell

    Identity theft is a real danger anyone can be exposed to. Even seniors or children are at risk to get their identities stolen. This is why identity theft protection is a must for everybody, to avoid the serious damages stolen identities can cause its victims. Luckily, there are a lot of things that you can do to protect yourself against this crime. With these easy and simple identity theft protection tips, you can easily sleep soundly at night knowing that … (more) January 18, 2010

  • Five Security Policies that Counter Identity Theft in the Workplace

    by Amanda Randell

    330 hours is precious. Within that span of time, you could already be doing something enormously productive in your life. Looking at it from another perspective, 330 hours is the average amount of time an identity theft victim spends to repair damages. So, if you value such amount of time, it’s not too late to learn about identity theft protection.  Identity theft, just like any other crime, can happen anywhere at anytime to anyone. It is one that starts out … (more) January 14, 2010

  • The Value of Getting Identity Theft Protection

    by Amanda Randell

    Sad to say, one of the fastest growing crimes in the world today is identity theft. In fact, in the United States alone, a new law has been enacted by the Bush administration to punish identity thieves more severely, because of the fact that identity theft related crimes is already growing fast. One of the most alarming facts about identity theft is that, in every three seconds, there is a person whose identity is being stolen by thieves. Truly, this … (more) December 11, 2009

  • Understanding the Risks of Identity Theft

    by Amanda Randell

    You must already know at this point what identity theft is. Basically the crime where someone steals your personal information and then proceeds to assume your identity to use it for a good number of things, identity theft is really one of the scariest things that can happen in a person’s life. This is why everyone is being alerted and advised to take action and protect themselves from the destructiveness of this crime. This is also why information on how … (more) November 26, 2009

  • Credit Identity Theft: How to Avoid it

    by Amanda Randell

    Credit identity theft may be the most common form of all the categories of identity theft. Apart from the fact that it is the easiest to pull off – all one needs is another person’s personal information, a lax credit card company, and the guts to pretend to be somebody else. It is also highly profitable that it can already sustain a thief’s certain lifestyle. These are the very reasons why everybody can be a victim of identity theft. Anyone … (more) November 25, 2009

  • Identity Theft: Don’t be a Victim

    by Amanda Randell

    With the rise of electronic money along comes identity theft. Almost everyone is at risk of being a victim of this crime as it can possibly hit almost anyone – whether you are rich, poor, or average, as long as you have public documents containing your personal information. This is why it is just important that you protect yourself from being a victim of this crime. Being private is one of the most basic things that you should remember in … (more) November 24, 2009

  • The Most Common Five Types of Identity Theft

    by Amanda Randell

    Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in America. It has widespread making everyone at risk including children, adults, and elderly. Either these people have good credit, bad credit or no credit at all. Worse is, most people do not know that their identity has been stolen. It is not only credit that theft would be attracted of when stealing your identity. There are other four categories of identity theft aside from credit related identity theft. These five kinds of … (more) October 18, 2009

  • Important Ways to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft

    by Amanda Randell

    Simple but important ways in protecting your self from identity theft are necessary. It will reduce the possibility to become a victim and to avoid identity theft from happening to you. Safety precautions would be able to help you and gain identity theft protection. It is advisable that you keep your personal information in a very secure place. It is preferable to put it in a lock or safe cabinet in your home. Hide your keys in a safe … (more) October 17, 2009

  • Different Kinds of Identity Theft Crimes and Trends

    by Amanda Randell

    Identity theft is a fast growing crime. For an identity theft protection, every person should be aware of this crime and its trends to protect him from being a victim. The official definition of identity theft is the deliberate assumption of another person’s identity. Thieves can use Social Security numbers, driver’s licenses, passports, account information and other important personal information that would help them to misrepresent their victim. This kind of crime usually involves low technology because majority of … (more) October 16, 2009