In my travels as an attorney and national speaker, I met a man at one of my lectures who bragged he had checked out my ID. He knew my Social Security number, address, mother’s full name, marriage date, record of lawsuits (none), and education history. He got it all off the internet, for free. I was impressed… and scared.
You understand how important good credit is. You lock your house, so you won’t be robbed. You insure your car, health, and life.
WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO PROTECT YOUR GOOD NAME–YOUR IDENTITY?
Identity Theft is a crime of opportunity. If you remove the opportunity, you can protect yourself.
Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in America. According to a January 2014 Pew Research Center survey, almost one in five online adults has reported theft of personal information, such as Social Security numbers and credit card or bank account information.