How safe are you? And, would you know what to do?

 
 

Even the most common activities in your daily routine can put you at risk. In fact, it's precisely because these activities are so common place that you may be putting yourself at risk for identity theft--without even knowing it.

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Do you shop online?

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Do you pay bills online?

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Do you carry a wallet or purse?

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Do you own a smartphone?

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Do you use public wifi networks?


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"How can I Prevent Identity Theft?"

Hear From Experts: Learn what you can do today to help protect your identity

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If an outsider were to gain access to your email account, he or she could use the information stored within it to abuse your identity.

Government Sites

The IRS, Secret Service, and other organizations offer guidance and historical information on the topic of identity theft.