The Dangers of Identity Theft

The Dangers of Identity Theft

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“You Could be a Victim of Identity Theft”

Have You Been Making These 14 Common Mistakes?
Watch for the 5 Red Alerts That You’ve Been Attacked
Learn What to Do If You’ve Been Victimized and
How to Prevent Thieves from Targeting You!

Dear Safety Concerned Friend,

As our lives become more dependant on conveniences like credit cards, the Internet and other technologies we also open up doors to opportunistic thieves. These identity thieves seek to use our name, credit and money to steal and commit fraud. Victims are left fighting – sometimes for years – to overcome the debts, clear their reputation and deal with the emotional consequences of being victimized.

With estimates of nearly 10 million Americans being victimized within a year along with millions of others around the world it is crucial that you learn the steps you must take to prevent, identify and combat identity theft.

“Are You an Easy Target?”

Did you know that thieves do more than just steal credit cards? They can open new accounts or commit fraud in your name and you may not even realize it until the creditors or police come to get you!

Did you realize that many of the methods identity thieves use can be easily prevented by taking simple precautions?

Are you aware of the ways that identity thieves find your information? Methods used to steal your information right in front of your eyes without you ever being aware of it? By not knowing these methods you may be making yourself an easy target!

If you don’t want your privacy invaded and your life turned upside down you need to know…

“How to Prevent Identity Theft and
What to Do if it Happens”

Are you concerned that you’ve already made mistakes? Do you know if your credit or reputation has already been used by an identity thief?

Whether you think you’ve been a victim yet or not you need to know the five RED FLAGS that indicate your information may be at risk.

If you know that you’ve already been victimized you’ll want to know the steps you must take IMMEDIATELY to restore your credit and prevent further victimization. You’ll also need to understand the systems that are in place to help you fight back.

Here’s What You’ll Learn With…

‘The Dangers of Identity Theft and
How to Protect Yourself!’

•How Serious Is Identity Theft?
Find out just how much damage an identity thief can cause. Knowing what they do can help you stay alert.

•Are You at Risk?
Are you making these 14 common mistakes that make it easy for a thief to get your information?

•How Can You Tell if YOUR Identity’s Been Stolen?
The 5 RED FLAGS that alert you to a possible identity theft.

•What To Do if You’re a Victim of Identity Theft
The sooner you respond to the theft the less damage will be done. Find out who to contact immediately and what to do. Details for contacting credit agencies or police in the US, UK, Canada and Australia.

•Who Has the Right to Access Your Information?
Who should be asking for your information? When can you say no? What options are available?

•What is Being Done to Protect Your Privacy?
What steps are being taken to legally protect you? How much protection is really available?

•What Can You Do to Prevent Identity Theft?
Learn what YOU can do to reduce the risk. Steps that can thwart thieves and prevent you from becoming an easy target.

•Special Concern: Online Privacy
Taking care of your personal information online. Special segment specifically about online privacy.

•Learn How to Read a Privacy Policy
Learn what to look for in a privacy policy. Understand the wording that may mean there is no protection at all.

•Protecting Your Children’s Privacy
How to educate your children about privacy and safety when communicating online.

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