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National Consumer Protection Week: How To Protect Your Identity At Work
Mar 7, 2014 - Identity theft can occur anytime personal information is breached and falls into the wrong hands. It can take place at the grocery store, gas station and even at your workplace. As consumers, we find comfort in thinking that our information is safe when we're at work, but the reality is that not ...
Sally Beauty Is The Latest Victim In Credit Card Breach
Mar 5, 2014 - It seems that Sally Beauty is the most recent to fall victim to a credit card breach, as reported by cyber-security blogger Brian Krebs. According to KrebsOnSecurity, Krebs spotted a batch of 282,000 stolen credit cards posted for sale on an underground marketplace that he believes were stolen fr...
Netflix Phishing Scam: How To Protect Yourself
Mar 4, 2014 - Customers of one of the top-rated video streaming services, Netflix, are being targeted in a phishing scam, as discovered by a security firm called Malwarebytes Unpacked. Unlucky Netflix users that have fallen for the scam will not only find themselves paying nearly $400 to the scammers, but also...
National Consumer Protection Week: 5 'Musts' For Safeguarding Your Identity
Mar 3, 2014 - It's National Consumer Protection Week, and we're providing tips on how consumers can protect their identity in every aspect of their lives. This week is an annual event that's coordinated by the Federal Trade Commission with the goal to encourage consumers to take advantage of their rights and h...
Verizon Wireless $54 Scam: How To Protect Yourself
Feb 27, 2014 - Verizon Wireless customers should beware of any random calls they receive from a number labeled as "Technical Support" (1-800-922-0204) because it could be a scam, as discovered by Droid Life. How does the Verizon Wireless scam work? As part of the scam, the Verizon Wireless user receives a call ...
What Is Identity Theft Anyway?
Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal information, such as your Social Security number, name or credit card number, without your permission, to commit fraud or other crimes. A thief could take out a mortgage in your name or commit a crime and pretend to be you when caught. Thieves can even use your personal information to apply for a job or use your medical insurance!
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