e Woman sought for stealing $12,100 from bank account. By: ABC15.com Staff. May 2013 PHOENIX – Authorities are working to locate a woman in her mid-to-late 30s who is suspected of stealing thousands of dollars from a bank account at two Arizona banks. Silent Witness said a woman used a compromised California driver’s license to […]
June 2, 2013
April 30, 2013
e By: Susan Tompor. USA Today. April 6, 2013 Identity thieves thrive at tax time, but the IRS is cracking down. Last-minute tax filers used to just fear that they’d owe far more money than they could afford. Oh, for the good old days. Now, taxpayers also worry about what happens if their tax return […]
April 1, 2013
Don’t use social media to give personal information to people you don’t know
Check your credit reports every year
Immediately ask about any unexplained charges on your bills
The slapstick comedy Identity Thief has been a hit with movie-goers. But in real life, identity theft is no laughing matter.
Ask Angela Beasley of Miami. When the single mother tried to file her tax return last year, it was rejected by the IRS because someone else already had submitted a return with her Social Security number.
March 5, 2013
e What happens to your paper after it is shredded? By JoEllen Barton, SecurShred. March 2013 So you know you need to destroy your personal and confidential information, but once that is done do you know where that material is going afterward? That is after all, just as important as the actual act of shredding […]
November 29, 2012
e Holiday Season – The perfect time to steal someone’s identity November 28th, 2012 By JoEllen Barton, Chief Information Security Officer, SecurShred Holidays should be a time filled with family, friends, good food and the joy of giving. Unfortunately for some it is also the best time to have their identity stolen. According to the […]