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Do you currently use a debit card? Maybe it’s time to reconsider. Frank Abagnale, an expert con artist and the star of Catch Me If You Can says to never use a debit card. “I don’t own one. I never have and never will. I don’t recommend them to anyone.” He says that when you use a debit card it puts your money and bank account at risk. You can be fully responsible for fraudulent charges on a debit card, while federal law limits your liability with unauthorized charges to a credit card. The other downside to using a debit card is you forgo reward points that accrue with credit card purchases. Be wise with your money and don’t overspend with credit cards, they can be a great financial tool to utilize. #debitcard#identitytheft#smartinvesting#money#wealth#wealthmanagement#financialfreedom#financialplanning
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Do you currently use a debit card? Maybe it’s time to reconsider. Frank Abagnale, an expert con artist and the star of Catch Me If You Can says to never use a debit card. “I don’t own one. I never have and never will. I don’t recommend them to anyone.” He says that when you use a debit card it puts your money and bank account at risk. You can be fully responsible for fraudulent charges on a debit card, while federal law limits your liability with unauthorized charges to a credit card. The other downside to using a debit card is you forgo reward points that accrue with credit card purchases. Be wise with your money and don’t overspend with credit cards, they can be a great financial tool to utilize. #fraud#identitytheft#debitcard#investing#smartinvesting#financialplanning#money#smartinvestingtips
#IdentityTheft . . I feel like if a shortie lying about how she really look on some #catfish shit , she should get a Year in Jail 💯💯💯 No cap 🧢 or 6 months
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🇧🇷ATUALIZAÇÃO FALSIDADE IDEOLÓGICA: Acabei de sair da Delegacia de Polícia de Barnstable e tenho que reconhecer e agradecê-los por tamanha eficiência e respeito. Em menos de 1:00 hora o boletim de ocorrência foi feito e um possível suspeito identificado. As investigações já iniciaram, e eu os manterei informados do andamento por aqui. Obrigada, polícia de Barnstable! Vocês são excelentes!!! *** 🇺🇸UPDATE - IDENTITY THEFT: I just left the Barnstable Police Department and I have to acknowledge and thank them for being so respectful and efficient. In less than 1hour a Police Report was filed and a likely suspect was identified. I will keep you guys posted! Thank you, @barnstablepolicedepartment for the outstanding job!
We want to help you prevent identity theft! Cross 'shred documents' off your or your family member's 'to do' list this Saturday, September 21 as Holyoke Credit Union partners with ProShred Security to offer a FREE Shred Day from 9AM-12PM at the Holyoke Branch.
Bring your old tax records, checks, employment records, bank statements, credit card statements, and any other paper documents you want to safely dispose of.
The Holyoke branch is located at 490 Westfield Rd. in Holyoke. Tag friends in the comments who you know NEED this!
ORGANISED: Shred mail containing personal information that you don’t need at all.
This tip is for the people who are still getting mail in their letterbox. Put a shredder and recycling bin near your mail sorting station so you’ll be able to immediately deal with papers you don’t need to retain.
Any mail you don’t need that has personal identifying information should be shredded immediately. Papers you retain can go into whatever filing method that works for you.
We all probably know at least one person who has been a victim of identity theft. It’s a real pain to prove your innocence after you have found out that your personal details have been used for unsavoury activities.
You can take some simple steps to reduce the risks of having your personal information stolen or misused. The simplest tip is to shred or destroy your personal and financial papers before you throw them away.
Will you implement this idea? If you haven’t got a shredder, add a task to buy one on your Creative Kanbans task board.
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Identity crime costs Australia upwards of $2.0 billion each year, with the majority (around $900m) lost by individuals through, identity theft. * ⠀
Luckily, Wontok have recently launched idSafe, Australia’s first identity security package, offering excellent protection, detection and remediation services to help keep you and your family safe.⠀
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*Source: Attorney General’s Department ⠀
Millions of patient data unprotected in the network
Breast cancer screening, spinal images and X-rays: A security researcher was able to discover 16 million patient records on unprotected servers on the Internet . Thousands of patients from Germany are also affected.
A study by Javelin Strategy and Research found that more than 1 million children were victims of identity theft in 2017. Two-thirds of those victims were under the age of 8.
If they’re lucky, parents might receive a notice addressed to their child from a collection agency or the IRS to tip them off. Usually, though, it’s not until child victims are much older that the fraud is discovered. By that time, extensive damage has already been done.
By the time that child actually needs to access credit, whether it’s to receive some sort of federal benefit, rent their first apartment or take out a student loan, their credit has been wrecked.
Placing a freeze on your child’s credit file can prevent fraudsters who accessed their personal information from actually using it.
Contact a credit bureau to see if your child's information has been affected.
Have you received a Facebook message with a video link asking, “Is this you?” If you have, or if you end up receiving it, DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK!
Fraudsters are pretending to be someone you may know and trust and are using this phishing scam to steal passwords, other sensitive data and they may even trick you into downloading malware.
The message may say:
“Hey (your name), what are you doing in this video lol! Search ur name and skip to 1:53 on video. Type in browser with no spaces -> (then they give you a web address).” DELETE the message! Make sure your firewall and anti-virus software are up-to-date.
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This past week was the #WeekfromHell . I had full blown identity theft happen. Someone targeted me at the local mall, snatched my brand new Louis Vuitton purse, and well you can guess what happened next. I have worked so very hard to recover from my divorce and I my good credit is my prized possession; I hold it like a badge of honor. This week has definitely humbled me. I’ve been emotionally exhausted from the events- over $12,000 stolen) . You guys that have help emotionally support me.. THANK YOU! Those of you who have lent me $$ during this time-THANK YOU! Thank you for your love as well! I tell people that I am a Phoenix, and right now I’m on fire 🔥. I will rise out those ashes again. #thievessuck#campbellclanbostons#criminalactivity#identitytheft#lifelock