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Identity Theft Protection
NextAdvisor Identity Theft Protection Blog Headlines
Federal Authorities Seize 7-Elevens in Connection to ID Theft Case
Jun 18, 2013 - Federal authorities seized 14 franchised 7-Elevens in Long Island and Virginia and arrested nine owners and managers in connection with an identity theft case. The nine are charged with making millions of dollars by exploiting more than 50 illegal immigrants.
Can I Sign My Spouse Up for Identity Guard's kIDSure Program?
Jun 17, 2013 - Q: My spouse and I share all the same bank accounts and credit cards, so I don't feel those need additional monitoring. Would I be able to sign my spouse up for Identity Guard's kIDSure? A: No, you will not be able
Sutter Health Security Breach Puts 4,500 at Risk for Identity Theft
Jun 11, 2013 - A Northern California-based health system, Sutter Health, announced a security breach that put patient's personal information in jeopardy of possible identity theft. Sutter released a public notice that stated police found the protected health information while conducting an unrelated investigati...
Is It Safe To Put Personal Information In An Email?
Jun 11, 2013 - Q: I received an email from my bank telling me that my account is in jeopardy and that I need to respond via email. To verify my identity, they want me to include my full name, Social Security number and
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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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