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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

Connecticut

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

DO NOT SHOP AT TARGET!!!!!

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

Commentary

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

News

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