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Identity Theft Statistics About the Financial Cost of Identity Theft

by Barbara J. Feldman February 14, 2009

Did you know that as many as ten million people suffer from identity theft in America every year? Each one of these people loses much more than just money or their credit rating. They lose peace of mind and a sense of security. They lose their basic trust in goodness and honesty, and they might […]

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Basic Identity Theft Statistics

by Barbara J. Feldman February 13, 2009

Identity theft is a serious problem in our world today. It affects millions upon millions of people each year on both sides of the globe and it has only become worse as people communicate more frequently through the Internet. The ease with which we can send emails, make online purchases, and bank online have allowed […]

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Tips for Online ID Theft Protection

by Barbara J. Feldman February 12, 2009

Many of us have suffered from a recent plague called identity theft. This is not to say that identity theft is a particularly new problem; people have suffered from imposters since the beginning of humanity, but the situation has changed greatly in the last twenty years. The invention of the Internet has brought all sorts […]

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How to Evaluate Site Safety

by Barbara J. Feldman February 12, 2009

Identity theft is a terrible problem in the world today with millions and millions suffering each year. Thieves collect our personal information with ease and then spoil our credit ratings, deplete our savings, and potentially ruin our financial future. Although identity theft might appear to be less harmful than a break in or mugging, realize […]

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Statistics for Identity Theft Aftermath

by Barbara J. Feldman February 12, 2009

Identity theft is a serious problem in our day and age. The invention of the Internet has made it increasingly easy to obtain people’s personal information. There is so much personal information out there and it is there for the taking. All that needs to happen is for someone to send you an email disguised […]

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Identity Theft Statistics for Victims and Law Enforcement Response

by Barbara J. Feldman February 9, 2009

Every year something like two hundred and twenty billion dollars are lost in identity theft. Identity theft come out of nowhere and destroys millions of lives and families throughout the world. It happens to both rich and poor with equally devastating consequences. The invention of the Internet has many benefits, but it has also resulted […]

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