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Guaranteed to Work Tips for Protection against Identity Theft

07.22.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

There are a number of different types of identity theft such as the fraudulent use of someone elses credit card or bank account, running up bills in another persons name and working in another persons name. Victims of identity theft often responsible for repaying the money and / or owed and this is everyone should ...

Why Identity Theft Insurance Isn’t Really That Helpful

07.22.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Personal identity theft has become a lot more newsworthy lately. Some experts say that it's receiving much more attention than it should. It has become so common in the news that there is now an insurance to cover it called personal identity insurance. ...

A Personal Crime: Criminal Identity Theft

06.28.2009 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Criminals steal from people in many ways. Breaking into someone's home and taking their belongings, robbing an individual of whatever they have on hand, stealing a car, and so forth. However, a new dimension in thievery has come about in recent times. ...

True Confessions of an Identity Thief

02.12.2009 · Posted in Finance Articles

Have you ever thought about how police officers and other officials protect their identity? We've got news for you! We've revealed precisely what these crooks disclose to the police about identity theft scams. ...

Fraudulent Credit Card Use

11.12.2008 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Credit card fraud is one of the biggest ways of identity theft. It is also the easiest way to steal from someone else. Almost everyone has a credit card and more than half of those people use them everyday. There are many ways for people to get your name and credit card ...

A Personal Crime: Criminal Identity Theft

08.14.2008 · Posted in Home and Garden Articles

Criminals find several different ways to rob other people. For example, a thief might steal a car or cash and other items someone has on their person. They could break into a house and steal things as well. There is another way that criminals now steal that has a unique aspect to ...

College Students: How to Protect Yourself from Identity Thieves

08.04.2008 · Posted in Finance Articles

It should really be no surprise that since 2005, more than a third of the victims of identity theft in the United States are college students. That's because students rarely take precautions to protect themselves agains identity theft, because lots of people have potential access to their personal information, and because they are the ...