NextAdvisor Blog - State Identity Theft Protection Guide

MySpace Identity Theft Protection Guide

Our Facebook Identity Theft Protection Guide provides six tips to prevent Facebook users from being victimized by identity theft. These six tips concentrate on two areas in which users can be proactive in protecting their identity and personal information: limiting the amount of personal information available and
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Arizona identity theft protection guide: facts, trends and resources

This is our third in a series of State Identity Theft Protection Guides. Arizona has the dubious distinction of having more identity theft complaints per hundred thousand residents than any other state in the Union at 137.1. Additionally, six cities in Arizona made the top 50 list
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Texas identity theft protection guide: facts, trends and resources

This is our second in a series of State Identity Theft Protection Guides. Texas has both the second largest population and second highest rate of identity theft complaints in the United States. 10.1% of the nearly 256,000 identity theft complaints made to the Federal trade Commission (FTC)
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California identity theft protection guide: facts, trends and resources

As the most populous state in the Union, California is a very large target for identity thieves. 17.1% of the nearly 256,000 identity theft complaints made to the Federal trade Commission (FTC) in 2007 came from Californians. This is the most total identity theft related complaints of
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NextAdvisor.com launches state specific identity theft protection guides

Today we are launching our first in an ongoing series of guides covering identity theft facts, trends and resources on a state by state basis. Our goal is to help educate our readers to the level of risk that exists in their state as well as to
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