MarketWatch  Aug 29  Comment 
A credit freeze is a useful tool, but the costs can add up in the case of identity theft.
Insurance Journal  Aug 27  Comment 
The Allstate Corp. has agreed to acquire InfoArmor, a provider of employee identity protection, for $525 million in cash. The insurer said it sees “significant opportunity to cross sell” the new product through its own Allstate Benefits...
MarketWatch  Jul 26  Comment 
In an age of breaches, take some words of advice from a pro in the identity protection industry.
Insurance Journal  Jul 12  Comment 
A Massachusetts woman has pleaded guilty to stealing about $2.7 million from her former employer. Federal prosecutors say 57-year-old Debra Mulloy, of Milford, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to aggravated identity theft and wire fraud. Prosecutors say...
Motley Fool  Jun 9  Comment 
An ounce of prevention could save you months of stress.
Insurance Journal  Jun 1  Comment 
Nicholas Menough, a former insurance agent in Grimes, Iowa, has been sentenced after pleading guilty to fraud and theft charges. The Iowa Insurance Division reported that Menough pled guilty in late May to Theft in the 3rd Degree, Identity Theft, …
New York Times  Jun 1  Comment 
Credit experts often recommend a freeze as a way to protect personal information from fraud and identity theft.
Insurance Journal  May 25  Comment 
California-based life insurance agents, Samuel Tadlock III, 32, of Eastvale, Marlene Ramirez, 42, of Murrieta, Daniel Herrarte, 34, of Sylmar, and Jorge Lopez Jr., 38, of San Fernando, were arrested this week on multiple felony counts of identity...
TechCrunch  Apr 24  Comment 
Credit Karma is best known for being the only reason anyone is ever willing to peek at their credit score, but the company has other things it wants you to be less stressed out about too. After introducing a free identity monitoring tool for its...
Motley Fool  Apr 22  Comment 
Find out how criminals will try to take advantage of seniors on Medicare.


Im very sorry that you have become a viictm of identity theft, however, it does not surprise me since there were 9 million viictms this past year. I do agree with what the others have said, however, since you have become a viictm and your info is out there chances are that it will be used again. Your info is most likely in a huge database just wating to be used again by the thieves. I would HIGHLY suggest investing in identity theft protection. If you would have had the protection, you would have found out 2 years ago about the theft. My family and I have SOLUS Identity Theft Protection and are very pleased! You can check out their website and learn more about identity theft atGood luck and take care

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