Tag Archives: identity theft

Opting Out

I have been waiting for a while for this to happen. I knew eventually it would. And last week, it finally did – I have been the victim of identity theft. I have to tell you – I was really … Continue reading

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Identity Theft Lesson No. 1 for High School Grads

I am working on a book for young people to help them acclimate to life after high school. This is an excerpt from that project. If you have a son, daughter, niece, or nephew in this age group, this may … Continue reading

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ID Security

I woke this morning to the newscasters carrying another story about identity theft and the things the average person should do to avoid becoming a victim. For the most part, it is basic, common sense information; but there is more … Continue reading

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21st Century Thievery – Part Two

If you find yourself a victim of identity theft you must become immediately proactive in correcting the problem.  This is one time you do not want procrastinate.  Start fixing the problem and start on it now. If the theft was … Continue reading

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21st Century Thievery – Part One

Thieves have been a part of life since Biblical times and there appears to be little we can do about it.  When a friend or relative becomes the victim of crime, we help them the best we can, give thanks … Continue reading

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