Identity theft protection is becoming more and more important. Did you know that there are more than 28 new victims of identity theft every minute? Have you put any identity protection safeguards in place? If not, it is definitely time to start…
Identity theft protection is more important than ever in today’s digital world. Thieves are becoming more cunning and devious than ever before. Every day they are able to acquire money, perform credit
card theft and loans in someone else’s name.
They even steal whole identities to obtain driver’s licenses, passports, medical care and more! Without realizing it, you may fall prey to credit
card theft, wifi hacking or even an email phishing scam!
Here are some quick tips on identity theft protection…
It’s the oldest trick in the book, but still relevant today! “Shoulder Surfing” is the criminal practice of eavesdropping on the public when they’re making ATM transactions to obtain their personal data. Be aware who’s around you next time you use your PIN.
When making online purchases, look for the merchant site to display the letters “SSL” (Secure Sockets Layer) somewhere on the payment page. This indicated your payment information is secure and can only be viewed by the merchant.
Take a close look at the address bar before you log into any of your password protected financial accounts. Why? Because on a secure site, the “http” found at the beginning of the web address will change to “https”. Any site without the “S” is NOT secure!
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