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Identity Theft

Identity Theft

Everywhere you look, someone is talking about Identity Theft at this time of year. It’s not that identity theft is more prominent, it’s just that people are becoming aware as they go to file their tax returns and find that their identity has been compromised. Don’t be a victim. Here are a ton of resources to help you protect yourself from the creeps out there who will make your life a mess. Using Missouri as an example (since we seem to be a huge target), here are the types of resources that are probably available in your state. Missouri Resources If You’re a Victim of ID Theft

il-cyberbullying-2Here are a list of other great resources – please note, most of these are related to for-profit sites and while we are not endorsing any of them – they have created helpful hints and tips for keeping yourself safe online, especially from Identity Theft. Good Tips:

8 Steps to Ensure Your Online Credit Card Purchases are Safe

Essential Teen Internet Safety Guide

Create Hack-Proof Passwords to Avoid Cyberattacks

The Paranoid’s Guide to the Internet: 13 Easy Ways to Make Sure You’re Not Hacked or Tracked

Cyber Tips for Seniors

10 Common Types of Fraud – And How to Avoid Them

How to Avoid Moving Scams

Don’t Be a Victim of Home Contractor Fraud

Five Home Improvement Scams and How to Avoid Them

Advance Fee Fraud

 

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