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There has been a 50% increase in Identity Theft in the last 10 yrs. Protect yourself and your family. 8 more words

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California EDD Removes Social Security Numbers From Some Mailed Documents Following KPIX 5 Investigation

(KPIX 5) — One of the nation’s largest state agencies says it’s finally removing Social Security numbers from documents mailed every two weeks to millions of Californians, three years after it told KPIX 5 and lawmakers it had already removed the numbers. 273 more words

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Fake Ray-Ban Sellers

We discovered plenty of fake sites selling Ray-Ban glasses. The following sites (and many more with similar domains) are fake websites pretending to sell Ray-Ban sunglasses for 90% off because of “2018 Ray-Ban Spring Limited time sale”: 339 more words

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Congress just made credit freezes free

WASHINGTON — You will soon be able to freeze your credit report for free, a step that can help protect you from identity theft.

Many called on Congress to make freezes free after the massive Equifax breach last year that exposed the personal information of more than 146 million Americans to hackers. 299 more words


Natalia Burgess

29 year old Natalia Burgess from New Zealand made headlines in 2013 when she was sentenced to 26 months on 2 counts of obtaining by deception and 1 count of interfering with a computer system. 1,139 more words


Scam of the day - May 23, 2018 - Santa Fe School Shooting Charity Scams

Human tragedies such as the murders of ten people at a high school in Santa Fe, Texas bring out the best charitable impulses of many people, but unfortunately, they also bring out the worst impulses in scammers who use tragedies such as this to solicit contributions to phony charities and GoFundMe campaigns. 299 more words

Identity Theft

Two US Senators had Their Identities Stolen and Used to Post Fake Public Comments. Good!

Two US senators — one Republican, one Democrat, who both had their identities stolen and then used to post fake public comments on net neutrality — are calling on FCC Chairman Ajit Pai to address how as many as two million fake comments were filed under stolen names. 185 more words

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