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    • 20
    • Sep2011

    Identity Thieves Getting Personal Information from the Garbage

    Austin, TX (PRWEB) October 4, 2005 Since June 1, 2005 businesses have had to adhere to new FTC rules on destroying consumer records such as credit reports and financial data or face stiff fines and big civil penalties. Identity Thieves are actually going through trash looking for old computers they can get private personal information from

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    • 08
    • Sep2011

    Identity Theft Company Receives Top 5-Star Rating from TopconsumerReviews.com

    Overland Park, KS (Vocus) May 20, 2010 TopConsumerReviews.com, LLC has awarded their highest five-star rating to LifeLock, an industry leader in proactive identity theft protection. ?We are honored to receive TopConsumerReviews.com?s highest rating,? said Todd Davis, LifeLock Chairman and CEO. ?It is very well documented that millions of people become victims of identity theft every year.

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    • 02
    • Sep2011

    Privacy Matters Identity Advises Consumers to Safeguard Their Financial Information from Thieves

    Norwalk, Conn. (PRWEB) December 10, 2007 Protecting your financial information is a critical factor in preventing identity theft, reports Privacy Matters Identity (SM), a leading security membership program offered by Adaptive Marketing LLC, but too often, consumers fail to take even the smallest precautions. Unfortunately, these oversights can wind up costing them significant amounts of time

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    • 29
    • Aug2011

    Client By Design, LLC Releases Guide To Stop Identity Theft.

    Westchester County, NY (PRWEB) July 2, 2004 Client By Design, LLC - Guerilla Marketing Coach, Richard Bailey releases a new downloadable PDF guide dedicated to stopping identity theft both online and offline.   Recognizing the rising costs and inconvenience of identity theft on both consumers and business (large and small), Client By Design's new guide provides

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    • 20
    • Aug2011

    Deception, Identity Theft and Credit Card Fraud – Battling the Axis of Evil

    Brooklyn, PA (PRWEB) September 16, 2009 - Social Engineering is defined as the manipulation and deceiving of people into giving up valuable information. As security technologies advance, malicious hackers are turning to social engineering as it often provides the path of least resistance to their victims. Malicious social engineers will employ phishing, telephone attacks, as

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    • 06
    • Jul2011

    Convicted Felon Spills Secrets of Identity Theft in New Downloadable Consumer Safety Guide

    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,

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    • 04
    • Jul2011

    Identity Theft Continues to Victimize Millions Each Year

    Columbus, Ohio (Vocus) October 20, 2010 Apprisen Financial Advocates is a national nonprofit consumer credit counseling agency that provides personal financial counseling and financial education. When something happens 10 million times per year, it?s worth noting, and in recent years, that?s how many victims of identity theft have reported the abuse to the Federal Trade Commission

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    • 28
    • Jun2011

    Identity Thieves Dumpster Diving for Data

    Austin, TX (PRWEB) October 3, 2005 More and more identity thieves are finding it as easy as turning on an old computer to get enough information to loot your bank account. It’s easy to find these old computers in thrift shops, garage sales and even in the garbage. "We are not ‘crying wolf’ on this issue,"

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    • 19
    • Jun2011

    Identity Theft Lands A White Collar Job – ABC Office

    Kaysville, Ut. (PRWEB) March 20, 2008 Companies that fail to dispose of their financial materials properly may be subjecting themselves to "dumpster diving" identity theft on a corporate level. Because there are no formal laws against dumpster diving in most states, criminals can obtain investment statements, payment records, invoices, CDs and DVDs without technically doing anything

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