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ID Theft

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  • 1. IDTheft
  • 2. There are many ways this can happen....
  • 3. Personal information online
    Mail direction or interception
    Bin raiding
    Advanced-fee fraud
    Unsolicited
    Pharming
    Phishing
    Deceased fraud
    Cloned or skimmed cards
    Stolen or cloned registration plates
    Accounttakeover
    Burglary
    Theft of wallet or purse
  • 4. A scenario
    Fraudsters can..
  • 5. Obtain
    a
    copy
    of
    your
    birth
    certificate
    Only £15
  • 6. Find
    YOUR
    personal
    details
    from
    electoral roll
    or
    family tree sites
  • 7. Gain your Passport or Driving License
    BUT with their photo
  • 8. Bin
    raiding
    is
    outdated!
    Fake
    utility
    bills
    can
    be
    bought
    online
    Only £39
  • 9. Or
    just
    redirect
    your
    mail
    from
    £6.90
    a
    month
  • 10. That’s all they need!
    To start applying for credit cards, loans or mortgages in YOUR name
  • 11. It can take up to
    to discover you've become a victim of identity fraud
    Experian, March 2010
  • 12. Protect
    Protect
    Yourself
  • 13. 61%
    of ID theft victims only found out when checking their credit report
    Experian, March 2010
  • 14. www.identitytheft.org.uk
  • 15. Richard
    Fenwick
    By

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