Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Avoiding Voter Fraud During the 2016 Presidential Election

  Throughout the United States, the many districts and states make sure that who you say you are is your real identity. There isn’t a single state that doesn’t verify this in someway. The only difference and the one that really matters is how these states are identifying who you are. There are various methods […]

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3 Sneaky Tips to Avoid ID Theft on Online Dating Sites

  Online dating is a great way to meet people in an interconnected world led by the Internet. You might not have ever met these people in your normal day-to-day life, and are afforded a great experience. Though it has helped us a lot in some aspects, online dating can lead to problems we haven’t […]

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Sunday, October 2, 2016

College Students and ID Theft: The Essentials

One of the last things any college student is thinking about is identity theft. That’s the very reason they’re one of the most targeted and least prepared to deal with identify theft. We’d like to change that and inform college students on how they can protect themselves from a catastrophic battle with identity theft and […]

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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

The Rise of Medical ID Theft (And How To Avoid It)

Medical identification theft involves taking someone’s name, Social Security or Medicare number or other personal information to obtain medical treatment, purchase medications or falsely bill Medicare or insurance companies. According to the Ponemon Institute’s “Fifth Annual Study on Medical Identity Theft” (February 2015), an estimated 2.32 million Americans were victims of medical identity theft in […]

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Thursday, June 16, 2016

The Emotional Effects of Being an ID Theft Victim

Ongoing incidences of identity theft in the United States, and around the world, have given birth to a whole new segment of victim support groups. While the police handle the crime report, and banks and credit card companies help victims sort through financial upheaval, specially trained professionals are now needed to help individuals work through […]

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Monday, May 30, 2016

Government Cyber Security Policies Do More Harm Than Good

We’re not saying that your government is out to get you. What we are saying is that many of the latest cyber security policies instituted by government agencies around the world, ostensibly for the good of the nation, cause more harm to their citizens than good. Especially in the long run. We look at three […]

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Thursday, May 26, 2016

What You Need to Know About Bank Teller Identity Theft 

It might sound like something out of an action movie – but it’s not. Bank tellers at financial institutions around the country have been caught in the act of identity theft. While draining funds from a customer account might once have required an elaborate heist, the prominence of electronic banking makes such criminal acts all […]

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