Identity Theft

Jane bought a gift for her friend online. A week later that website was hacked, and her personal data was stolen. Random charges started appearing on her credit cards, and her bank account dwindled down to nothing. She was struggling to pay her bills, and it wasn’t her fault. She didn’t know what to do, how to get her money back or how to make it stop.

Too many people find themselves in a situation like this. Fortunately, we can help you protect your identity and monitor it with our tips. It’s only a matter of time until this happens to you.

A combination lock sitting on a stack of credit cards. Caption: The Ultimate Guide To Identity Theft

How To Check For, Avoid, Prevent, Monitor, And Report Identity Theft

With each online profile we create, every service we sign up for and all the smart gadgets we buy we put our identities at risk. Technology is evolving, and with it, our personal information becomes more vulnerable. Protecting your identity isn’t an option; it’s a must.

An RFID card on black background. Caption: Guide To RFID: Radio Frequency Identification

Definitive RFID Guide: Benefits, Risks, Cards, Skimmers, Wallets, And More

There’s been a lot of buzz over the last several years about a way thieves can potentially steal your credit or debit card information out of thin air when they’re in your vicinity, essentially electronically pickpocketing you without you ever knowing. What makes this possible is RFID (radio frequency identification) technology that’s embedded in some credit, debit, and other ID cards. The fear is that thieves can use what’s called an RFID reader or skimmer to steal your information from your card. But just how real is the threat?

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