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Scott Reynolds
Scott Reynolds
Dec 30, 2009

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These days people are more inclined to be more aware when it comes to their income and expenses. A recent Federal Trade Commission survey found that in 1 year, a total of 8.3 million Americans found that they were victims of Identity Theft. Not only is that lost money rarely recoverable, but there is also a dollar amount that can be attributed to the time spent re-establishing your identity with the Police, credit card companies, and other accounts. Another issue is┬áthat 56% of the victims don’t know how the information was stolen. Enrollment is some type of Identity Theft Protection program is a good way to help you. These companies monitor your credit for activity and monitor your social security number and other personal information on the Internet. It may not prevent identity theft from happening, but they can identify that it happened quickly and more important, help to re-establish your good name.

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