Identity Theft

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Identity theft is the fraudulent use of your name and identifying information by someone to obtain credit, merchandise or services.
7 million people claim they were victims of Identity Fraud in 2002. In 2003, over half of a million people filed complaints with the Federal Trade Commission related to Identity Fraud.

How Thieves Obtain Your Information: 

How to Avoid Identity Theft:



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