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In this issue, we look at several tactics identity thieves use to intrude in your life. Payday loan scams, costly and complicated account takeovers, and shoddy background checks are new means crooks use to wreak havoc. We explain the tricks, how they work, and tips to keeping your identity—and your bank account—safe and secure. Your identity is a vault. We’ll help keep the burglars out.
Consumers are getting calls from criminals who pretend to be debt collectors, attorneys or law enforcement agents and demand repayment for payday loans they've never taken out or already repaid. Find out how Identity Theft 911 helped one man restore his credit and peace of mind. Plus, tips to protect yourself.
A New England mom turned to Identity Theft 911 for help after thieves stole $150,000 from her family’s rainy day fund through a fast-growing crime: wire transfer fraud. Find out how we helped her recover the funds and restore her credit.
Account takeover is a complicated and costly type of identity theft. Criminals can reroute phone lines, redirect sensitive financial documents and drain your bank and credit union accounts. Our expert Raul Vargas explains what it is, how it works and what you can do about it.
Lack of controls for data a problem