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Here’s a Free Way to Find Out If Someone’s Trying to Steal Your Identity

Are you a victim of identity theft? You might be… and not even know it. This free tool makes it easy to find out -- and take action. /thepennyhoarder/

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As identity theft rebounds, our new infographic offers tips to protect your money and good name. Identity fraud has made a comeback, reports a recent survey by Javelin Strategy & Research, striking an estimated 11.6 million Americans in 2011 compared with 10.2 million in 2010: an increase of 13%.

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Identity theft is a growing problem, especially with the increasing frequency your personal information is being entered and stored at multiple locations and sites.  Francis & Mailman, P.C. decided to create this infographic to further illustrate to the increasing amount of identity theft occurring in the United States

Identity theft is a growing problem, especially with the increasing frequency your personal information is being entered and stored at multiple locations and sites. Francis & Mailman, P.C. decided to create this infographic to further illustrate to the increasing amount of identity theft occurring in the United States

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As identity theft rebounds, our new infographic offers tips to protect your money and good name. Identity fraud has made a comeback, reports a recent survey by Javelin Strategy & Research, striking an estimated 11.6 million Americans in 2011 compared with 10.2 million in 2010: an increase of 13%.

Cyberstalking is the use of Information and Communications Technology to stalk, control, manipulate, threaten or make unwanted advances towards a child, adult, business or group. Cyberstalking is both a tactic and typology of pathological ICT user. Cyberstalking tactics include false accusations, threats of harm, habitual monitoring, surveillance, implied threats, identity theft, damage to property and gathering information to manipulate and control their target. www.iPredator.co

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How To Freeze Your Credit Report To Prevent Identity Theft

Have you ever been the victim of identity theft? Did you know that you can freeze your credit report to protect yourself and your family from identity theft. Here are several tips on how to freeze your credit report and protect your credit score from furt

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The Step-by-Step Guide to Clean and Repair your Credit Report

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Freeze Your Child's Credit Report

Placing a credit freeze on a child’s credit report as early as possible will prevent child identity theft.

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