Michael on October 19th, 2009
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Identity theft is a serious business.

You: Are you in it?

No, I’m not in that business.  I’m just saying, far better for you to take the risk of identity theft seriously vs. very easily becoming a victim of a stolen identity crime.

You: What should I do differently?

Not sure. It depends largely on what you do and don’t due to today.  Fortunately, David from Money Under 30 recently published Seven Signs You’re At-Risk for Identity Theft.  In my opinion, it was the best article among many featured in this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance, a well hosted event by Fabulously Broke.  The carnival also included my article Learning From The Same Accident, where I discuss not only my (now full) recover from a recent concussion, but also a rehash of the financial and life lessons from Flight 1549, the flight that landed safely in the Hudson River earlier this year.

For more on identity theft, check out my post from earlier this summer, Avoiding Identity Theft.

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One Comment to “A bit more about identity theft”

  1. Thank you so much for the link back to the Carnival.

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