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How to Minimize the Potential for Identity Theft

Identity theft can literally happen to anyone. From children and teens to adults and seniors, no one is 100% protected from being scammed. However, there are ways that you can minimize the possibility of being a victim of identity theft.

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What to do after the Equifax Data Breach

Equifax security breach

If you haven’t yet heard, Equifax – one of the 3 major credit reporting agencies – was hacked. Hackers took people’s names, SSN, birthdates, addresses, and some credit card numbers were stolen as well. Verify if You Were Affected Visit

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Protecting your children from identity theft

Even though you think it’s never going to happen to you, identity theft can happen to anyone – including your children. That’s a scary thought, but luckily you can take steps to prevent it. Here’s Shannon’s flashback Friday post with great

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What to do if you become a victim of identity theft

Here is information from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and AARP on what to do if you become a victim of identity theft and how to protect yourself. Every 2 seconds, someone’s identity gets stolen. IdentityTheft.gov is a new tool

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Protecting Yourself From Identity Theft

Identity theft can happen when someone gets access to your personal information, like your name or social security number. If you are like me you just want to know what you can do to protect yourself. Simple as that. The

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