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Thursday, February 17, 2005

No one is Above Suspicion: Identity Theft Victims Usually Know Perpetrator

A recent report states that approximately 50 percent of identity theft victims are ripped off by a friend, neighbor or family member rather than a stranger, and the usual method is with paper documents rather than a computer.  Information here; report here.

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