Interrupted Identity

Interrupted Identity

Everyone has a Social Security Number. It's your personal ID that is often sorted with your other personal records (i.e., home address, phone number, etc.) from numerous data banks, and then sold to interested parties - without your knowledge or consent! In the wrong hands of an imposter or identity thief, this information can destroy your personal and financial privacy! With Interrupted Identity, you have an easy-to-follow, step-by-step action planning guide showing you how to prevent identity theft, and failing that, dealing with it. Complete with all the resources you need to protect your privacy, this book will show you: - What is identity theft and how to avoid having it happen to you. - Six action steps you must immediately take if your identity is stolen. - What federal and state laws deal with identity theft. - How to resolve credit problems resulting from having your identity stolen.

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Pages 354 pages
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