Forbes  2 hrs ago  Comment 
As tax season rolls on, there are more and more questions about identity theft, data security and tax fraud. As TurboTax seeks to reassure taxpayers that their data is safe, states are sharing information with federal agencies - and now it appears...
Forbes  Feb 7  Comment 
We all must file tax returns, but finding out someone already filed 'your' return and got your refund is daunting.  Feb 7  Comment 
IRS says it paid out $5.2 billion in fraudulent income tax refunds last year.
Forbes  Feb 2  Comment 
We experience data breaches for a number of reasons from hacking to carelessness to (sometimes famously) disgruntled employees. The Department of Homeland Security is reported to have traced many recent data breaches to poorly written software...
MarketWatch  Jan 30  Comment 
Forget about New Year’s resolutions. Instead, focus on new habits to make yourself resistant to fraud and identity theft.
Forbes  Jan 23  Comment 
According to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, it’s illegal to robocall a mobile phone number without permission. The American Bankers Association wants to change that, arguing that robocalls will help fight identity theft and other kinds...
Forbes  Jan 17  Comment 
Friday was the first day of the trial against revenge porn operator Kevin Bollaert. Bollaert faces charges of extortion, conspiracy, and identity theft in connection with his operation of UGotPosted and its companion site ChangeMy Reputation....
New York Times  Jan 10  Comment 
Speeches in the coming week will address identity theft, privacy, protections for government and company computers, and high-speed broadband access.
Forbes  Jan 8  Comment 
Remember lip-synching to Pick of the Pops?
DailyFinance  Dec 30  Comment 
Filed under: Identity Theft Alamy/Brian Jackson Identity theft is raging across the Internet. But one company wants to put out the fire. It playfully calls itself Credit Sesame, but this company has a serious mission. In cooperation with...


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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