The yearly costs cost of identity theft are enormous. Several companies have insurance for identity theft. The number of cases of identity theft go up each year, and everyone is a potential target. People from every walk of life can be a victim of identity theft. You might want to take a serious look at identity theft insurance.
If you are a victim of identity theft, here is what you need to do now. Contact a lawyer that is well skilled in the crime of Identity theft to assist you. Millions of individuals are victims of identity theft. Some of the most common forms of identity theft are stolen credit cards, fraudulent bank accounts and stolen social security numbers. This is why the the help of an identity theft lawyer is sought out and needed more than ever.
Identity theft is more and more of an issue, but we are becoming ever more blas? about it as a society.† Is that because it is so difficult to measure?† We need an Identity Theft Scorecard!
We canít find all identity theft attackers, and sometimes these criminals can slip through the cracks. The statistics on identity theft in America can show the real story of identity theft, and it is not a pretty one.
According to Federal Trade Commission (FTC) statistics, there were close to 10 million American identity theft victims in 2003. The Identity Theft Resource Center indicates the average identity theft victim spends 607 hours to clear his or her credit records. The simple steps I've outlined here will aid you in the early detection of identity theft before it gets out of hand. Early detection is key to protecting your valuable credit rating.
Identity Theft is an ever increasing threat.† It is also almost impossible to determine its extent.††† How do we battle Identity Theft Risks!
Identity theft even applies to the dead. Write your obituaries with identity theft in mind because the deceasedís identity is an irresistible target for thieves.† There are tips that you can follow to avoid obituary identity theft.†
A Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist explains the FACTS about Identity Theft. What it is and what it isn't and what you can do to protect yourself.
The fifth in a series of informational articles entitled, Awareness of Identity Theft, This article covers problems faced by Identity Theft victims and should be read by anyone who has established a good credit rating or wishes to attain a good credit rating and is determined not to surrender it to Identity Theft.
Some months ago, before there was much publicity regarding phishing and identity theft, I personally became a victim of Identity Theft.
Identity theft has become one of the most frequently reported crimes. But, maybe you are asking yourself: What is identity theft? I am glad you asked.
The sixth in a series of informational articles entitled, Awareness of Identity Theft, This article covers problems faced by Identity Theft victims and should be read by anyone who has established a good credit rating or wishes to attain a good credit rating and is determined not to surrender it to Identity Theft.
You may think your identity is perfectly safe and that identity and credit card theft could only happen to someone else, but take a few minutes to answer this Identity Theft Quiz, and see how safe your money and identity really is. Every answer is worth between 1 and 5 points, which you can tabulate at the end of the quiz to see how well your identity is truly protected...
Wouldn't is be wiser and safer to know how vulnerable you are to identity theft before the theft occurs? Too many ID theft programs only help you after you are a victim.
What Is Identity Theft? Identity theft is a crime that often occurs when someone obtains your personal information without your knowledge and begins using it to either assume your identity (act as you by using your identity) or make purchases in your name.