Top 7 Ways to Protect Your Identity

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Protecting your identity from theft is a big deal.


What is Identity Theft?

Identity theft is the fraudulent use of your personal information to open financial accounts, file taxes, or make purchases. Identity thieves typically gain access to your personal information by stealing your mail, tricking you into divulging sensitive information through email phishing or phone calls, and by many other means.

Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Identity Theft

Other ID Theft Prevention Tips

Tips for ID Theft Victims

If you are a victim of fraud and suspect your personal information has been compromised, you should take the following steps:


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