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How to Prevent Identity Theft

Here’s the facts: Your personal information is vulnerable to falling into the wrong hands. If you shop online, have a credit card account, a bank account, a job, visited a hospital or Doctor’s office, your personal information is out there; and identity thieves are just waiting to get their hands on it!

According to the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) most recent report on credit fraud, over 10 million Americans are victimized by credit fraud and identity theft EVERY year. That’s more than 1 out of every 20 adults in the country!

Credit fraud is becoming so common, it’s not if your identity is stolen, it’s when will it be stolen.

Over the years, we at have talked to a lot of people about credit and debt problems. We have seen Identity Theft happen to people in all walks of life. And the purportrators of these crimes are not always strangers. Sometimes they are moms, dads, children, nephews, nieces, grandchildren and next door neighbors. Your need this program to protect you and your family. Click the link below to read more and see a video from  the FTC.

Prevent Identity Theft – Click on this link to learn more about Identity Theft, see a Video and sign up!

When your personal information falls into the wrong hands and is used fraudulently, you may not find out about it for months or even longer. In fact, most victims don’t realize their identities were stolen until they try to obtain a loan or credit card, or worse when the debt collectors begin calling.

According to the same FTC report over one third of all victims of identity theft reported experiencing serious problems in addition to out-of-pocket monetary losses including being harassed by collection agents, being denied new credit, being unable to use existing credit cards, being unable to obtain loans, having their utilities cut off, being subject to a criminal investigation or civil suit, having difficulties accessing their bank accounts, or even being arrested!

It doesn’t end there: Victims of identity theft report spending up to 55 hours fixing the problems caused by the theft of their identity.  Can you really afford to not protect yourself?

So just what can you do to protect yourself and your family?

Until now, in order to protect yourself many people just like you were forced to pay for credit monitoring services that charge expensive monthly fees.  Do you really want to pay hundreds of dollars a year for the rest of your life, just to protect your identity and credit rating?

Try this credit protection for FREE. Click the link below to read more, view a video on Identity Theft and sign up if you wish.

Prevent Identity Theft – Click on this link to learn more about Identity Theft, see a Video and sign up!

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