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7 Ways To Avoid Identity Theft Fraud
7 Ways To Avoid Identity Theft Fraud
7 Ways To Avoid Identity Theft Fraud
7 Ways To Avoid Identity Theft Fraud
7 Ways To Avoid Identity Theft Fraud
7 Ways To Avoid Identity Theft Fraud
7 Ways To Avoid Identity Theft Fraud
7 Ways To Avoid Identity Theft Fraud
7 Ways To Avoid Identity Theft Fraud
7 Ways To Avoid Identity Theft Fraud
7 Ways To Avoid Identity Theft Fraud
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7 Ways To Avoid Identity Theft Fraud

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Identity Theft Fraud is on the rise. Discover 7 ways to protect yourself and your family from this growing crime.

Identity Theft Fraud is on the rise. Discover 7 ways to protect yourself and your family from this growing crime.

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  • 1. 7 Ways To Avoid
    Identity Theft Fraud
    http://protection-from-identity-theft.com
  • 2. With Identity Theft Fraud On The Rise, There Are Increasing Concerns About Using Our Private Information On The Web
  • 3. Here Are 7 Ways You Can Protect Yourself From
    Identity
    Theft
    Fraud
  • 4. #1. Protect Your Personal Computer
    With sophisticated hackers your private information could be at risk.
    • Safeguard your PC with a Firewall,
    • 5. Keep your systems up-to-date; and,
    • 6. Adjust all your passwords regularly,
  • # 2. Internet Transactions
    Viruses can attack your system when you visit other sites or download files. 
    Keep your PC’s security capabilities at the highest level to prevent Identity Theft Fraud from everyday web based transactions.
  • 7. # 3.  Private Family Financial Data
    Keep personal financial details as private as possible. 
    Be careful when giving this information out online.
    Ensure you are on a secure website that you trust; otherwise –
    don’t do it.
  • 8. # 4. Cash Machines
    No matter where you conduct financial business, it's important to know that someone may be peering over your shoulder.
    Cover your pin and passwords when making use of Teller Machines.
  • 9. # 5.  Private Documents
    Shred receipts, mail and any other important documents before placing in the garbage. 
    If you think that someone won't go through garbage - think again.  
    Take that extra few minutes to ensure you will not have your confidential information floating around for someone to access.
  • 10. # 6.  Assess Your Credit Statements
    Take a few moments to confirm every purchase on your credit statements. 
    Clever thieves can make small charges that you may never notice.
    Get a copy of your Credit Bureau Report and check for anything suspicious.
  • 11. # 7. Be Alert To
    Telephone Fraud
    Do not give out credit details on the telephone to an unsolicited caller. 
    If you want to give to a charity, call them directly or donate via their secure internet site.
  • 12. Identity Theft Fraud is a Growing Crime
    Take Steps to Safeguard Your Family and Your Finances
    http://protection-from-identity-theft.com

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