Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) October 21, 2005

Consumers now have a new weapon in the war against identity theft: a downloadable Real Safety Guide (http://www.RealSafety.org) that unveils 140 proven strategies for beating identity theft, con artists and credit card fraud. Based on interviews with a convicted identity theft mastermind and a top law enforcement crime prevention expert, The Real Safety Guide to Beating Identity Theft, Con Artists and Credit Fraud gives consumers the most up-to-date and practical advice on beating identity theft that has ever been compiled.

In this guide, consumers will learn how to spot scams, derail identity thieves, and keep their credit card numbers safe. They’ll also learn how thieves and con artists operate: dumpster diving, social engineering, charity frauds and many other tactics are exposed in this downloadable guide.

The Real Safety Guide to Beating Identity Theft, Con Artists and Credit Fraud is the first in a series of guides created by consumer advocate Mike Adams, who has pledged 50% of net proceeds to charities dedicated to improving public safety. The first such charity is a 501(c)3 foundation that purchases safety equipment for the protection of police officers.

“Identity theft is an escalating problem,” says Adams, “and with this Real Safety Guide, consumers can now learn how to avoid becoming a victim using simple, proven strategies that really work.”

Real Safety Guides are available in both hardcopy and downloadable (PDF) editions from http://www.RealSafety.org

About RealSafety.org

RealSafety.org is the non-profit publisher of the Real Safety Guide series. Half of all net proceeds from sales of the Real Safety Guides are donated to related non-profit organizations. Endorsed by law enforcement and other groups, the Real Safety guides are designed for quick reference and affordability so that all can benefit from their information.

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