You may know it, but your identity may be getting stolen at this very moment. In 2019, more than $16.9 billion fell into the hands of identity frauds.
It isn't easy to know whether you've experienced identity theft. With some knowledge, though, you can identify when you're at risk and start preventing identity theft.
Read on to learn more about identity theft, its types, and signs. The more you know about identity theft, the more you can protect yourself against it.
What Is Identity Theft?
Identity theft is the crime of using someone else's identity. People use it as a way to get other's personal or financial information.
The thief uses your information to apply to a myriad of things like taxes or medical services. This can damage your credit status, which can cost you money and time to restore your good name.
Identity theft can ruin your life. That's why it's essential...Please sign in to read the full article Login Now