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Day 32 - Maloik

It’s nice to be out and about and have someone say, “I’ve been enjoying reading your blog.” What’s horrifying is when you turn to my mother-in-law and tell her that you’ve been reading all about her. 198 more words

Police: Man stole ID, collected nearly $70,000 in unemployment

MERIDEN, Conn. (WTNH) — A man is accused of collecting about $68,000 in unemployment using a stolen social security number.

Mauricio Perez, 38, of Cherry Street, Meriden, is charged with one count each of first-degree larceny by defrauding a public community, felony unemployment compensation fraud and first-degree identity theft. 73 more words


The Growing Problem of Identity Theft, Part 2

Part 2, How we can protect ourselves

As discussed in Part 1 the terms data breach and identity theft are relatively new terms that can have devastating effects on our personal lives. 677 more words

Hamilton County Indiana Insurance


I am normally not a fear-monger. I like to believe that using common sense and taking things with a grain-of-salt can, for the most part, keep trouble at arms length.   782 more words


Police: Elderly Man Ripped Off by Tenant

KINGSTON — A tenant is accused of ripping off his 84-year-old landlord in Luzerne County.

The elderly man’s neighbors on South Loveland Avenue in Kingston called him polite, generous, and a little too trusting. 247 more words


Is Your Kid Safe? How to Prevent Child Identity Theft

By Linda Vincent, The Identity Advocate

A child’s Social Security number and identity can be stolen just as easily as an adult’s. Thieves use their SSNs to open up bank accounts, apply for government benefits, and even rent a place to live. 114 more words

Identity Theft