When most people think about identity theft, they think about their own personal identifying information being stolen by thieves who will their ill-begotten information for nefarious purposes. Most people think about identify theft of just a single person, but identity theft goes beyond that. Individuals
Identity theft is everywhere nowadays, and it can happen to anyone. When a person’s identity is stolen, the thieves often use the stolen identity to rack up debt, and as a result, debt collectors and creditors will often come after the identity-theft victim to collect.
When most people think about identify theft, they think about someone stealing the identity of an individual. The theft of personal identifying information, credit card information, and online account login credentials is all over the news these days and these instances of identity theft affect
Identity theft is a huge problem that is only growing larger every year. According to the New York Department of State, Consumer Protection Division, identity theft costs consumers and business over $50 billion every year. The problem is particularly difficult to solve because identity thieves
There is no question that we live in a new digital era. With more and more of our lives being put online via social media and through online services, the issue of identity theft has become both more relevant and more threatening over the past
Identity theft is one of the fastest growing types of crime in our era. As more and more information becomes electronically available, even the most cautious of us are at risk. Many people believe that if they avoid sketchy online retailers, change their strong passwords