Identity Theft

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What You Should Know About Identity Theft

These days, we use our computers and mobile devices everyday for shopping, banking and socializing. Unfortunately, this connectivity can also put our financial and personal information within reach of an identity thief.

What You Should Do to Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

Here's how to minimize your risk of being a victim.

  • Review bank statements and your annual credit report for abnormal activity.
  • Always log out of websites you shop or bank on.
  • Erase financial programs and stored information from your computer's hard drive before you dispose of it.
  • Use an identity theft protection service.

Get Protection!

Be proactive! You can take extra precautions to help keep your identity protected today by enrolling in Identity Guard, a product of Constant Guard.

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*2012 Identity Fraud Survey Report; Javelin Strategy & Research, February 2012