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by sitecore\kmcgrigg on October 22, 2010

Imposters are waiting for the opportunity to use your name, social security number and credit card number. In fact, identity theft is the fastest growing crime in America with more than 9 million victims each year. I had the opportunity to talk with identity theft victim Terry Spencer. Unfortunately, Terry knows first-hand how difficult and time consuming recovering from identity theft can be.

 

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Annette Cornejo says:
April 01, 2013
Website: Moneymanagement.org

Cannot get video to play.



Annette Jones says:
October 30, 2012

I can not get the video to play



Chantay Williams says:
October 21, 2013

Be aware of Identity Theft



Anonymous says:
May 01, 2012

it is surprising how easy it is to have one's identitly stolen.



Anonymous says:
September 09, 2013

can not it video to plan



Anonymous says:
October 21, 2013

great information



cynthia anderson says:
August 31, 2012
Website: http://www.moneymanagement.org/Community/Blogs/Blogging-for-Change/2010/October/Interview-with-an-ID-Theft-victim.aspx

Identity Theft is a crime



cynthia anderson says:
August 31, 2012

Identity Theft is a crime



Cynthia Anderson says:
August 31, 2012
Website: moneymanagementinternational

Identity Theft is a crime



James DeJean says:
April 09, 2012

Very informative story, It has me more aware. This was a great resourse on how to prevent and protect yourself.



Lisa Campos says:
September 20, 2012

It is so easy for someone to steal your identity and a pain to fix it. Identity is a crime and we should not exposed any of it.



Sami Thanh says:
August 22, 2012

Identity Theft is a crime



Virginia Jones says:
August 15, 2013

Good information



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