Identity Theft

Michael on January 22nd, 2010
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As common as identity theft has become, I am amazed at the poor password practices of many people I interact with.
You: Because I use my significant other’s name as my password?
That’s one example.  But, at least according to this New York Times article, there are far more egregious examples.   When a hacker was able [...]

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Michael on June 17th, 2009
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The following is excepted from my first book, Beyond Paycheck to Paycheck:
Identity theft, the stealing of another individual’s personal information in order to commit illegal financial transactions, is a major problem today.  Reviewing your credit reports annually is one way to monitor suspicious activity.  In addition, there are other tactics to consider. Some of these [...]

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