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MarketWatch  Mar 3  Comment 
Here’s how to limit your risk of tax refund fraud—and the steps to take if you’re a victim.
CNNMoney.com  Feb 27  Comment 
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Wall Street Journal  Feb 27  Comment 
Hackers are using stolen identities to commit tax refund fraud. Here are moves to limit the risk—and steps to take if you’re a victim.
Insurance Journal  Feb 26  Comment 
Medical identity theft jumped 22 percent last year as more U.S. health data becomes electronic and easier for cyber criminals to steal from doctors’ offices, hospitals and insurers. Incidents of medical identity theft in 2014 saw almost 500,000...
DailyFinance  Feb 24  Comment 
Filed under: Identity Theft, Credit, Credit Reports, Ripoffs & Scams, Internet Fraud Getty Images Last year, when I discovered that my wife was the victim of identity theft, I was given all sorts of suggestions on how to remedy the situation and...
Forbes  Feb 23  Comment 
This tax season, as refund theft heats up, taxpayers are concerned about the security of their data. Identity theft is big business and not simply relegated to tax refunds. Is it possible that these latest attacks were just the tip of the iceberg?
Forbes  Feb 23  Comment 
According to the Fifth Annual Study on Medical Identity Theft ‒ released today by the Medical Identity Theft Alliance (MIFA) ‒ the number of patients affected by medical identity theft increased nearly 22 percent in just the last year. The...
Forbes  Feb 20  Comment 
The Government Accountability Office rates IRS identity theft refund fraud efforts as needing improvement.
Forbes  Feb 19  Comment 
Fraud, identity theft, phishing and tax scams dominate the news, with new warnings from the IRS. If you long for the days of filing on paper, should you e-file this year?
Forbes  Feb 17  Comment 
Disclosure: Our family is one of the "tens of millions" of Americans potentially affected by the Anthem breach.




 
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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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