On Tuesday, in Part One: Preventing Identity Theft, we looked at various ways of keeping your identity safe. In Part Two: Credit Card Skimming, we examined some additional, free, methods of doing so as well as how to avoid credit card skimming. Today, in the third and final part of this series, we look at actions to take post-identity theft.
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Yesterday, in Part One: Preventing Identity Theft, we looked at various ways of keeping your identity safe. Today, we’ll examine some additional, free, methods of doing so as well as how to avoid credit card skimming.
Unfortunately, we live in a time when identity theft and fraud are running rampant. Almost every month, we hear of major security breaches with companies like Yahoo, Uber, Equifax, and Dropbox all compromised. When these types of breaches occur, millions of usernames and passwords are hacked, often resulting in identity theft and fraud.
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