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Rising Threat of Identity Theft
Identity theft topped the Federal Trade Commission's complaints list for the 12th year in a row in 2011 and victims struggle to clear their names.
Safe Browsing Techniques
All of the latest versions of the major browsers now include some type of "private, incognito, or safe" browsing. These should not be confused with "secure or VPN" browsing, which are truly private. While the feature in your browser is nice for some private internet access that is wiped when the browser is closed, they do not provide any security from wireless data thieves setup at the local coffee shop, hotel, or airport. For truly secure browsing, we have narrowed our choices down to two options.
Click here to find out what they are.
More and more people from every walk of life are victimized each day.
The results can be an overwhelming loss of time and money spent by victims trying to put their lives and finances back in order. Practically speaking identity theft involving one member of the family can affect the entire family.
Undo Identity Theft was developed by experts in the field of Risk Management, Identity Protection and Restoration as a resource to help individuals and businesses fight back against this devastating crime. These web based resources have been selected specifically to help Undo Identity Theft.