Is identity theft a federal offense?

Answer Yes, identity theft is a federal offense. Identity theft occurs when someone takes your Social Security number and driver's license number and uses them to purchase or obtain things in your name.So... Read More »

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What is the difference between credit card theft and identity theft?

In recent years, stricter regulations have been placed on credit card usage, and more people are becoming victims of identity theft. While both place the victim in financial danger, the situations... Read More »

Identity Theft?

Although this is not "identity theft" which legally means actually using someone's info like social security number for criminal purposes, you probably can still do something about it by contacting... Read More »

How can identity theft happen?

Identity theft is illegally obtaining and using another person's personal information, including their Social Security number and bank account number. Identity thieves typically use this informatio... Read More »

How to Repair Identity Theft?

You may not know you have been a victim of identity theft until your credit has been destroyed. You discover that someone has stolen your personally identifying information and used it to make unau... Read More »