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  • Knowing What How to Report Identity Theft Cases

    by Amanda Randell

    Identity theft is a serious crime. It may seem to be involving only monetary aspects of a person but the real essence of the crime instills damages that are very hard to deal with and cure. Reputation requires identity theft protection. A ruined named is very difficult to manage as chances of progress and trustworthiness do not come in just a snap of a finger. Anybody is subject to the threats of stealing identity. You can be the next victim … (more) July 16, 2010

  • Protecting yourself Against the Fast Growing Identity Theft

    by Amanda Randell

    Identity theft has scoured a lot of ways to find its next victim. It is not only the victim’s name which is stolen but also the driver’s license numbers, bank account information, social security numbers, credit card numbers, money, opportunities and lives. All of these losses are enjoyed by thieves leaving nothing for their victims except the responsibility of paying for incurred debts and the misery of losing chances to apply for new loans and other financial transactions that will … (more) July 13, 2010

  • The Criteria in Choosing the Right Identity Theft Protection Service

    by Amanda Randell

    Your name is your most valued possession. It gives you the distinction from any other person in this world. It makes you special as your name pertains only to no other person except you. It is through your name that life goes on according to your own perception and desires. Once your name is tarnished by unpleasant transactions, it will be very difficult to repair it and only few people are able to spend their lives in a normal condition … (more) July 8, 2010

  • Knowing Your Line of Defense against Identity Theft

    by Amanda Randell

    The risk of identity theft happens every three seconds. Now more than ever, this crime has become the fastest growing white collar crime of the 21st century not because people has lost the sense of security but because culprits are becoming ore and more creative in taking advantage of technology and circumstances. Without the proper identity theft protection system to be used as intervention against this crime, it is not only your credit which is put at stake but also … (more) July 3, 2010

  • The Warning Signs of Identity Theft

    by Amanda Randell

    One good way of securing your financial information and preventing your name from being used in fraudulent activities is to be able to identify the signs of identity theft. This crime is so discreet that people usually end up realizing they have been victims once credit accounts are already haunting them with huge amount of financial responsibilities. But quiet as it may seem, the stealing of identity can detected before damages reach their severe state. Being aware of these warning … (more) June 29, 2010

  • The Threats that Go With Identity Theft

    by Amanda Randell

    Identity theft has long been a pressing problem to many individuals in the world. It is a fact that many have suffered from great damages just because they failed to impose certain preventive measures regarding the battling of the crime as it becomes more and more intense with the presence of the internet and online transactions. By mere provision of little information online, anybody could definitely hack down accounts and anyone who has not employed identity theft protection interventions could … (more) June 25, 2010

  • What Can Happen – The Effects of Identity Theft

    by Amanda Randell

    As shown in movies and television shows, stealing a person’s identity can be done through copying what he/she wears, how he/she behaves, and how he/she looks like (including going under the knife). Of course, the last one could be an exaggeration; however, it isn’t the most drastic. In reality, identity theft is happening. Identity theft is basically defined as the unauthorized use of someone else’s personal information. It isn’t simply stealing one’s name, birthday or address. It includes obtaining more … (more) June 22, 2010

  • How to Protect Yourself from Electronic Identity and Information Thieves

    by Amanda Randell

    The internet is fast way to conduct business transactions and the like, but it is also very risky and is an almost very sure way of losing your personal information to the hands of criminals. No wonder it is always advisable to do your transactions in person. Nevertheless, doing your transactions online is something that cannot be avoided, and so one must take the best precautions so as not to endanger his or her information. Before you enter your information … (more) June 18, 2010

  • How to Protect Yourself from Electronic Identity and Information Thieves

    by Amanda Randell

    The internet is fast way to conduct business transactions and the like, but it is also very risky and is an almost very sure way of losing your personal information to the hands of criminals. No wonder it is always advisable to do your transactions in person. Nevertheless, doing your transactions online is something that cannot be avoided, and so one must take the best precautions so as not to endanger his or her information. Before you enter your information … (more) June 15, 2010

  • Keep Yourself Protected Even After Being a Victim of Identity Theft!

    by Amanda Randell

    Granted, being a victim of identity theft is seriously inconvenient. In some cases, it may even stain one’s reputation and cost the person a lot of financial trouble. Therefore, when one becomes the unfortunate victim of identity theft, one must act quickly. For instance, if the person has had his or her Driver’s License, SSS or any government-related information stolen, the victim should immediately report this to the concerned agencies or departments. When your credit card was stolen, or … (more) June 11, 2010