What are the penalties for identity theft?

Answer Identity theft refers to a crime in which a person's personal or financial information is taken or used by a third party without that person's permission or knowledge. Federal and state governments... Read More »

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U.S. Laws and Penalties for Identity Theft?

Using other people's personal information, such as bank or credit card statements, to make purchases in their name is identity theft. As more and more of our personal information becomes available ... Read More »

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 »

What are the penalties for theft of headphones at age of eighteen?

The same as any other age of an adult. 18 to 120 plus. It's all the same to the law. As to the specific penalty for adults who steal headphones, you will have to check with an attorney in your area... Read More »

What is financial identity theft?

The root of financial identity theft is when someone steals another person's information such as name, address and Social Security number. These data are then used to impersonate the victim to exec... Read More »