The Best Way to Stop Identity Theft by Natasha Stokes on January 29, 2016 in Privacy, Tips & How-Tos :: 0 comments While some identity thieves might take advantage of stolen information to clear out your bank account or make claims on your insurance policies, a more insidious form of identity fraud has emerged based on scammers who create whole new accounts — bank accounts, store accounts, credit card accounts — in your name. Identity thieves can use your personal information to open and…
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