Preventing Senior Citizen Identity Theft

Internet fraud and identity thieves are as numerous today as they have ever been and are regularly taking advantage of the most cutting edge technology in order to steal law-abiding citizens’ money. Many of the people who get caught up in these schemes and thefts are senior citizens, and they are often even sought out

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7 Celebrities Who Have Been Victims of Identity Theft

The problem with identity theft is that it doesn’t discriminate against one demographic or socioeconomic status. In many cases, the theft is not due to carelessness on the part of the victim. Celebrities have to deal with the annoyance of identity theft as well, and they have plenty of money to steal, so they are

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10 Common Credit Mistakes You’re Making

Last week we mentioned how Your Credit Rating Might Be Ruined Even When You’re Not Doing Anything Wrong. This week we’ll be addressing The 10 Most Frequent Credit Mistakes you’re making. What’s a Credit Rating? Your credit rating is a judgment about your fiscal well being, at a certain time. It suggests the threat you

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Top 10 States with the Highest Credit Scores

Lenders look at credit scores as a means to judge an individual’s creditworthiness. In today’s market, it may look like everyone is taking a hit to that all important credit rating. It’ll likely come as a surprise to you that some states are do better than many others. Dwelling in a specific locale does not

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Your 6 Favorite Credit and Banking Myths Busted

Creditors and financial institutions are always drawing up plans to increase their revenues. Most of the time, consumers like you fall prey to their hidden charges or confusing rules. This is why a lot of you doubt whether the creditors can actually resort to such mischievous loan origination tactics or not. To help you make

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Is Your NetFlix Password In The Wrong Hands?

For millions of Americans, their Netflix accounts are essential to getting through a sick day or weekend at home. Nevertheless, something most of these subscribers don’t pay much mind to is keeping basic account security that helps to keep their individual info safe. Something as easy as changing a password regularly may appear like a bit

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What Identity Thieves Do With Stolen Credit Cards

Unless you live in a remote village on some tropical island, it’s almost 100% likely that you or someone you know has been a victim of identity theft.  Unfortunately, identity theft is a harsh reality that we all have to accept and do our best to prevent.  But have you ever wondered what’s really going

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Family Credit Monitoring Plans

Don’t Put Off Protecting Your Family Any Longer If you have a household of 2 adults and 3 children, purchasing an individual credit monitoring plan for each will run you well over $100/month.  This just isn’t feasible for most families who want some peace of mind with a good, comprehensive credit & identity monitoring service.

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Telemarketing Troubles

Identity Theft Is Quickly Becoming One Of The Most Organized And Costly Crimes Of Our Time It all started one Monday morning when the phone rang at 9:05. I answered it only to find that there was no one there. I waited a few moments to see if the other party would pick up the

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How To Permanently Delete Files From Your PC

When You Delete Hard Drive Files, Are You Sure They Are Really Deleted? Your personal computer is often a starting point for the crime of Identity Theft, this is where the bad guys look for bits of your personal information, passwords or even credit card numbers. They often look through your deleted files, that’s right

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