Avoid Becoming an Identity Thief’s Next Victim
Protect Your Information From Thieves
Did you know more than 17 million Americans were victims of identity theft in 2014?* Thieves are becoming savvier and tapping into technology to gain access to your information.
The information we’re sending this month is intended to help you avoid falling victim to identity theft, while arming you with the knowledge you need to mitigate the impact if your personal information is stolen. While page one outlines a few of the latest tactics thieves use, page two outlines several common scams that have swindled countless victims out of more than one trillion dollars in 2015 alone.
Having your identity stolen can have a serious impact on your credit, job and overall life. The more conscious you are about shredding your documents, staying on top of your credit report and changing your passwords, the more likely you are to prevent a thief from stealing your identity.
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