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Identity theft can happen to anyone.
Suddenly you notice a strange charge on your credit card statement, some important mail you were expecting never came, or you find errors on your credit report. These are just three ways you might learn you’re the victim of fraud or identity theft. Don’t panic. You’re not alone.
Identity theft is big business. It’s estimated that nearly one billion records have been compromised in the last ten years. The costs to businesses and the stresses placed on people like you are enormous. Here are some simple steps you can take to protect yourself today:
Identity thieves and those willing to commit fraud use some basic tactics. Arm yourself with a bit of knowledge:
Follow these tips and you’ll be well on your way to arming yourself against fraud and identity theft.
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