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  • Protecting the Deceased identity from Thieves

    by Amanda Randell

    If you think you are the only one on an identity thief’s target list, then you might want to think again because unfortunately, even your deceased relatives could be victimized. True people ought to understand and apply various ways to protect their identities from being stolen. However, you should also consider applying identity theft protection for your relatives who have already passed away.  It is almost unbelievable, but many crooks can be just this daring to meddle with a dead … (more) March 8, 2010

  • How Thieves can Steal your Identity

    by Amanda Randell

    Despite statistics that say there are almost ten million Americans falling victims to identity theft, people should not give up developing, understanding and applying identity theft protection measures. In fact, the alarming figure should be a good reason to continue fighting identity thieves.  Not many people know how to exactly do identity theft protection. This could be because they do not really know how it happens. Well, there are many ways thieves use to get your personal information. When your … (more) March 5, 2010

  • Four Signs that say you are an identity theft Victim

    by Amanda Randell

    You can never be a hundred percent sure that you are safe from identity thieves. Apart from applying various identity theft protection steps, you need to educate yourself with the signs that tell you are a victim. The truth is there are 9-18% of victims who only after 4 years or longer discover that they are victims of identity theft. The first thing to do to stop identity theft from happening is to know that it is already happening. People … (more) March 1, 2010

  • What are the Tell Tale Signs of Identity theft?

    by Amanda Randell

    What are the tell tale signs of identity theft and what is the proper way for identity theft prevention? In an age where computer recognizes a person more by his or her Social Security number and credit card number over facial features, many of us know next to nothing of what to do if we do become a victim of identity theft. There are many trends in identity theft nowadays that we as individuals cannot keep track of all of … (more) February 25, 2010

  • The New Dangers of Identity theft

    by Amanda Randell

    Identity theft is a new type of crime that is spreading around many countries in different corners of the globe. Because of the internet, communication and dissemination of information could not have been any faster than in any point in human development. Mails that would normally take months to circle from one end of the country to another can now just take seconds to circulate the globe a number of times. This information superhighway has triggered a new dawn on … (more) February 22, 2010

  • Giving Identity Theft the Fight it Deserves – Flawlessly

    by Amanda Randell

    If you are one of those who use to believe that identity theft prevention is only for those who have a lot to protect, you are wrong. Identity thieves are not basing their fraudulent acts on a person’s bank account but on those who are seemingly unaware that such a crime is in existence. These days, mothers, students, and teens are the most vulnerable to the said crime. It is because the latter are the ones who appear to be … (more) February 19, 2010

  • Of the Seemingly Innocent Phishing Mail to Identity Theft

    by Amanda Randell

    Man has yet proven himself to be on top of the hierarchy via his invention of no less than the internet. It is through this latest craze that even the mud people of the Amazon rain forest can shop for made to order spears by just clicking their mouse and have their goods delivered the next day. Families who are also separated by the Pacific Ocean can actually talk to and see each other and will only need to wait … (more) February 15, 2010

  • How does a Prada Bag Appears to have been Purchased by You?

    by Amanda Randell

    Gone are the days where you need both a wallet and a coin purse when heading to grocery or department store. This era, all you need is a small plastic rectangular credit card. Thanks to technology and its perks. But if you are not that careful, there is also a downside of all the things you are enjoying right now. A new crime has evolved out of these technology related advances and has been on top of America’s fastest growing … (more) February 11, 2010

  • Online Job Applications: A Form of Identity Theft Scam

    by Amanda Randell

    With the worsening of the economy and the rising number of unemployed individuals today, the online job market has become a good place to find people vulnerable enough to believe whatever alleged employers will tell them. This makes it the perfect place for identity thieves to strike and trick innocent individuals into giving their Social Security numbers away. As job seekers do not have much leverage when it comes to employers’ demands, it is a fact that they would do … (more) February 8, 2010

  • Safety comes first even in keeping Online Journals

    by Amanda Randell

    Online journals are called blogs. It is one way to socialize with people by sharing interests and stories about your self. Some people pay more attention to their blogs than others by not only sharing writings but also photos and videos that interest them. Truly, keeping an online journal has its own advantages because it generally widens your social circle.  However, there are people out there like identity thieves who take advantage of such social networking. You can still protect … (more) February 5, 2010