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My Identity Was Stolen, Now What? A Visual Guide to Getting Your Identity Back and How to Keep It From Happening in the First Place :: Mint.com/blog

My Identity Was Stolen, Now What? A Visual Guide to Getting Your Identity Back and How to Keep It From Happening in the First Place :: Mint.com/blog

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The identity theft statistics are scary. While you could turn stick your head in the sand and cross your fingers that id theft and fraud don’t happen to you or your loved ones, it makes much better sense to empower yourself by being aware. The Protect Your Bubble team has put together the following free infographic illustrating who is most at risk. Please share! If you’re interested in learning more, we invite you to check out our ID Theft Protection services.

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Identity Fraud Hit 1 Victim Every 3 Seconds in 2012
from PCMAG

Infographic: Identity Fraud Hit 1 Victim Every 3 Seconds in 2012

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Learn how to protect your identity online and off. avast! Internet Security with SafeZone keeps your personal data and identity safe. http://www.avast.com/internet-security #Infographic

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The who, what and where of identity theft in the US via techrepublic.com. The FTC estimates 9 million people in the US are victims of identity theft each year.

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from Mashable

Is Your Private Information Safe on Social Media?

Social media can be easily abused. Learn how to protect yourself and stay connected at the same time.

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Millennials frequently use their mobile devices to pay for things, but concerns about identity fraud or security may be stopping more from transacting this way. August 2016 research found that though many millennial smartphone users in North America and the UK do transact via mobile—whether every day or a few times per week—there are others that only do so once a month or a few times per year.

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