According to the FBI “Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the U.S., claiming more than 10 million victims a year.”
Guess what? That statement was from 2004!
The U.S. Department of Justice states that nearly 17 million Americans were victims of identity theft in 2017.
Studies suggest 100 million Americans have their identities placed at risk every year due to corporate and government databases breaches by ever-sophisticated hackers.
Identity Theft Is Rising, Poised To Skyrocket
How much longer will it be until your personal information is compromised, if it hasn’t been already?
Identity thieves continue to employ a range of sophisticated techniques, from targeted computer “phishing” scams and wide-reaching “botnet” attacks to old-fashioned theft of wallets or purses and “dumpster-diving” in your trash.
You MUST protect yourself before you become their next victim because, sadly, it “takes the average person six months and 200 hours of work” to recover from identity theft, according to the FTC.
Could you imagine hours on the phone for months on end to fix something that could have been prevented with a handful of simple actions? I sure couldn’t.
Believe it or not, most identity thieves are NEVER pursued, let alone caught and prosecuted.
I’ve seen this in my own life and I was SHOCKED at how damaging identity theft was to the family members who were victimized. I also saw how unable–or unwilling–authorities were to prosecute the thief who, to this day, has never been charged.
Fortunately, I can help you protect yourself starting right now because I’ve done the legwork to protect myself.
Here’s What’s Covered Inside
- Why your mailbox is the riskiest non-technological point for identity theft (and what to do about it)
- Why identity thieves call trash day, “cash day” (and how papers that most people never take a second look at help criminals steal from you)
- How to quickly minimize junk mail and credit card offers to limit your mail theft exposure
- 4 ways to reduce your exposure (and one surefire way to stop criminals from accessing your credit files)
- Why antivirus software isn’t enough to combat online identity theft (and how smart devices are becoming the new “battleground” for your data)
- How using public Wi-Fi may be the most dangerous thing you do all day (and one simple way to virtually guarantee your safety)
- Why using variations of the same password is a horrible mistake (and a surprisingly easy way to protect your most sensitive online data)
- How RFID “No Swipe” technology allows thieves to steal information without your card ever leaving your pocket (and how to protect against it)
Plus, we’ll cover 7 additional actions to minimize your overall exposure as well as what to do should you ever become a victim of identity theft.
Why You Must Act Now
Identity thieves and cybercriminals work fast, they won’t wait for you to be ready, and they certainly won’t alert you to their devious plans once they do compromise your data.
You simply MUST prepare yourself now. Here’s how to ensure your identity stays safe in today’s digital world.
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