Pros And Cons Of Identity Theft

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So you are at home looking at television or maybe out on a vacation and you receive a call from a company. That call probably had someone on the other line explaining to you how much you owe them and when it will be due. At this point in the conversation your mind is everywhere trying to refer back to when you brought that certain thing. The person on the phone had all of your information that you allegedly gave them. Things such as your whole name, your birth date, and the last four digit of your social security number. You can’t seem to remember when you brought it so you ask the representative on the phone when did you buy it and where did you buy it from. The clerk tells you a location that is far beyond your reach of destination. So the only conclusion that you could come up with was identity theft. Identity theft is the fraudulent acquisition and use of a person 's private identifying information. It mainly happens for the thief’s financial purposes. When dealing with identity theft you should…show more content…
Ladies there is one thing that we do all of the time and that is turning our back on our bags in a grocery store. It is so easy for someone to come up and grab a couple of things out your purse while your back is turned. Make sure you be clear of your surroundings. Keeping your bag zipped or locked could make it had for anyone to go in it in a couple of seconds. Most of the time when things like this happen to people, they do not realize that their belongings are gone until they are ready for check out. And by that time the robbers are already gone. Also, you shouldn’t trust anyone to much that they know more about you than you do. You shouldn’t trust every website that ask for personal information such as your social security number and etc. When you are dating I know that you may fall in love, but be cautious in who you trust because the devil was once one of God’s good

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