Thousands of adults fall victim to identity theft each year. It can be easy for someone to get your confidential information.
All they need is a piece of mail with your National Insurance number on it and they’re in. Sometimes they don’t even need to get that much. The good news is that it’s just as easy to learn how to protect yourself from identity theft.
You’d be surprised at what a strong password or a paper shredder can do to keep unwanted eyes away from your information. Check out this guide for an entire list of ways to keep yourself safe.
Put a Password on Everything
The first rule of identity theft prevention is to put a password on everything. This includes your laptop, tablet, smartphone, and all financial accounts.
If you don't use a strong password, you're pretty much asking a fraudster to slip in and...Please sign in to read the full article Login Now