Monthly Archives: December 2013

Governor signs identity theft ‘skimmers’ and indefinite detention bills …

Devices that can be used to steal someone's personal information when they use a credit card are now illegal in Michigan. Gov. Rick Snyder signed. Source:


Users more worried about identity theft than privacy | TweakTown

According to a new study, 75% of people are more worried about personal info being stolen, rather than browsing history. Source:

HowStuffWorks “How Identity Theft Works”

Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in the U.S. Learn about Internet identity theft, credit card fraud and identity theft protection. Source:

xkcd: Reverse Identity Theft

A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language. The deadline for guaranteed Christmas shipping has passed, but if you order something from the xkcd store, we'll get it to you as fast as possible! Reverse Identity Theft. |< · < Prev  Source:

Identity Theft: How Not to Become a Victim | Fox 2 KFXV

Posted by Fox 2 News. KFXV-LD channel 67 is a low-powered Fox-affiliated station in McAllen, Texas, owned by Entravision Communications. KFXV can be seen on Time Warner Cable channel 6 and digital high definition  Source:

Cuomo issues Staten Islanders a consumer alert to thwart identity theft

ALBANY — Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has issued a consumer alert to urge New Yorkers to protect themselves against identity theft during the busy holiday shopping season when that risk is especially high. As part of the  Source:

Charlotte police arrest woman for identity theft, forgery …

A woman previously arrested for identity theft was charged with forgery of a financial transaction card on Friday, Charlotte-Mecklenburg police said. Source:

It’s Time for You to Get Real Time Identity Theft Monitoring – Trend …

These events highlight that we're increasingly in a world where best practices for everyone now needs to include real time identity theft monitoring. First, our CTO, Raimund Genes released his annual predictions about what  Source:

Chase bank limits ATM withdrawals in response to Target identity theft

Chase Banks have been limiting ATM withdrawals to 100 dollars and purchases to 300 dollars for accounts used at Target during the breach. Source:

Tips on how you can protect yourself from identity theft | WPMT FOX43

After credit card information was stolen from customers at Target this season, shoppers are being more cautious than ever. The FOX43 morning team talked with Tracy Burke, from Conrad Siegel Investment Advisors, about  Source: