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May 29, 2007

Computer Crimes in the Digital Age

What are Computer Crimes?

What is interesting about computer crimes and identity theft is that what is legal or not is still being decided. The Internet is relatively new in many ways, and every day the number of computer users who surf the Web is growing. While the court system still has a fascination with paper, practically every other industry is becoming paperless. With increased internet users there is the potential for more computer crimes.

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May 25, 2007

Are You Increasing Your Own Risk of Identity Theft?

Is Your Wallet an Identity Theft Treasure Chest?

Let me ask you a question… What’s in your wallet? And no, I’m not trying to sell you a credit card. Too many consumers make the mistake of carrying unnecessary personal documents with them on a regular basis. And this, my friend, can actually lead to identity theft.

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May 19, 2007

Identity Theft from A to G

More Tips On Preventing Identity Theft

Identity theft is a growing crime, and if you don’t take steps to protect yourself you may later come to regret. Below you’ll learn some easy to remember, but nevertheless important tips for reducing your risk of identity theft.

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May 15, 2007

Computer Tips That Can Reduce Your Risk of Identity Theft

These Computer Tips Can Help Fight Identity Theft

Most consumers fail to recognize how computer tips can help reduce their risk of identity theft. They keep a close eye on their wallet or purse when out in public and shred all-important financial documents, but that is the extent of their knowledge about preventing identity theft. If you want to learn more about identity theft, the following computer tips will help you prevent or reduce your risk of identity theft.

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May 11, 2007

How Your Personal Information Can Lead to Identity Theft

Identity Theft: Your Personal Information Used Against You

It’s important to be careful who you give information to these days in order to reduce your risk of identity theft. This information could be just enough to help an identity crook. This article will look at certain situations where you may want to pass on giving away your personal info. The end result will be a lower risk of identity theft.

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May 7, 2007

Can Using Paypal Lead to Identity Theft?

Tips for Using Paypal Without Putting Yourself At Risk of Identity Theft

Paypal is a popular service that people use to send and receive payments online. Lately, however, it seems that more and more consumers are worried about Paypal being a possible identity theft risk. If you use Paypal and you’re worried about its safety, there are some things you need to know…

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May 5, 2007

Identity Theft and Your Social Security Number

More Tips for Reducing Your Risk of Identity Theft

The social security number has become an easy universal way of identifying people, but that was never its intended purpose. In fact, the open use of our social security numbers may be increasing the rate of identity theft crimes. Below you’ll learn more about protecting yourself from identity theft by protecting your social security number.

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May 3, 2007

Identity Theft X, Y, and Z

3 Helpful Identity Theft Tips

Identity theft is a concern for everyone, although some individuals aren't as familiar with the topic as they should be. If you feel you could stand to learn a bit more about identity theft, this article's for you. Below you’ll find some easy X, Y, Z tips for preventing identity theft.

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May 1, 2007

Email Scams Explained

What are Email Scams?

Email scams are one way that identity theft criminals get the information they need to commit identity theft. Not falling victim to email scams requires some planning, organization, and caution. Below you’ll find some helpful information about how to avoid email scams.

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