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Stolen Social Security Number? Don"��t Worry! By: Robert Siciliano | Mar 17th 2015 – Just when you think it was safe to believe your Social Security number can"��t get stolen"��news breaks of the Anthem data breach. Over 80,000,000 patient records were .promised, including SSNs and home addresses. Like a meteor striking the earth, a disastrous ripple effect is underway, with patients getting hit up with p … Tags: Check Credit Monitoring Service And Decide By: Swati Parera | Sep 3rd 2012 – Have you ever heard about credit fraud? If this is your first time to hear about it, then you should be wary about your credit, because you might be a victim of one as we speak. You have made a very wise financial decision the decision to monitor your credit reports. Tags: At The Frontier: New Way To Invest In The Usa, Voted Top Destination For Real Estate Investors By: Jess Stevens | Mar 11th 2012 – The United States remains the best option for real estate investments this year according to the 2012 annual survey of the members of the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate (AFIRE). Tags: How Can You Protect Yourself For Identity Theft And Your Credit Report? By: octexasys | Oct 12th 2011 – If you have been the victim of identity theft you can immediately take action by placing a fraud alert on your credit report. This will prevent an identity thief from opening any more accounts in your name. Tags: How Credit Freezes May Help To .bat Identity Theft By: Jerry Rodgers | May 19th 2011 – If you are worried about getting hacked "�" and, these days, who isn"��t "�" a credit freeze is a precautionary measure that may be worth considering. Tags: Credit And Divorce-secrets You Should Know To Protect Your Credit During A Divorce By: Mark Clayborne | Jan 9th 2011 – It’s unbelievable that you are going through a divorce with the person you once had close ties too. But sometime when relationships do not work out, you have no other choice but to seek a divorce. Break ups in a marriage could have a damaging affect on your credit report if you do not take appropriate action to protect it. … Tags: Credit Freeze Laws To Check Frauds By: AndersonCA | Dec 20th 2010 – There are more than eight million new victims of identity theft each year in the U.S. Many of these victims find that crooks have used stolen personal information like Social Security numbers to open new accounts in their victim"��s name. Tags: The Benefits Of Freezing Your Credit By: Suzy Vanstrusen | Dec 14th 2010 – The process of freezing is often done when we want to "preserve" something or keep something intact. On the other hand, the term "freeze" is often used when we want to put something in an inactive or frozen state. For example, many people who want to control their spending actually put their credit cards in the freezer to f … Tags: What To Think About Credit Freeze By: Suzy Vanstrusen | Nov 28th 2010 – With the goal to stop identity theft, the government is now encouraging consumers of the United States to take charge and put up a good fight. In November 2007, credit report freeze was introduced and all three major credit bureaus are ordered to provide credit freeze to people who want them. Tags: Three Strategic Portfolios For Profit & Protection In The Q.e. Era By: Deepcaster LLC | Nov 5th 2010 – The Private for-Profit Fed’s recent Public .mitment to 600 Billion of Q.E. plus their other Ongoing and partly Covert Q.E. brings the likely Total Q.E. for the next 8 months to about $900 billion, thus temporarily boosting Nominal Assets Prices, including Equities. But all this Q.E. does not create Real Economic Health, s … Tags: Credit Report Freeze: Things You Need To Know By: Suzy Vanstrusen | Aug 5th 2010 – Identity thieves have improved their tactics of stealing another person’s information. In this article, learn what a credit freeze is, how it is done and how it can help you fight identity theft. Tags: Identity Theft By: AndersonCA | Jun 30th 2010 – The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) was passed by the Congress and enforced by the Fair Trade .mission (FTC) to protect consumers against inaccuracies, unfair and misleading information in the consumer reporting agencies’ (Equifax, Transunion and Experian) reports. Tags: The Benefits Of The Credit Report Freeze By: Melanie James | Jun 24th 2010 – There are times when credit card holders literally put their credit cards in a freezer just to keep themselves from using their credit cards for unnecessary purchases. If they feel like buying on an impulse using their credit card, they wouldn"��t be able to do so, because by then they would still have to defrost their cre … Tags: How To Stop Identity Theft Through Credit Freeze By: Suzy Vanstrusen | Jun 11th 2010 – Suspecting someone is stealing your identity? Read this article to learn how credit freeze works and if it can really help you stop identity theft. Tags: How Credit Freeze Can Help You Avoid Identity Theft By: Liz Roberts | Apr 16th 2010 – Do you own a credit card? This article will give you information about credit freeze and how it can help you avoid be.ing a victim of identity theft. Tags: Fraud And Freezing Your Credit By: Liz Roberts | Feb 26th 2010 – It all started in 2003. A credit freeze law was first introduced in California but it was not until the year 2007 when the three (3) major credit bureaus- Equifax, Experian and TransUnion- announced that they would allow people to freeze their credit report. Let us first discuss what a credit freeze is and why it is being u … Tags: The What, How, And Why Of Identity Theft By: Jesse Whitehead | Jan 19th 2010 – Your identity is an important part of your life, and can easily be used by criminals who are intent on defrauding you and the financial institutions you do business with. This article presents an overview of what identity theft is, how it happens, and why it happens. Tags: How You Can Find The Cheapest Fixed Rate Mortgages With Fha By: J Chase | Jan 5th 2010 – With the mortgage industry currently in a state of flux, there are all sorts of alternatives to the traditional 20 percent down mortgages offered by banks. Purchase money mortgages, FHA loans and more are all options available to home buyers, allowing them to get the home they want without having to save money for a decade … Tags: How To Freeze Your Credit Report? By: frenn | Dec 20th 2009 – After fulfilling the requirements of a credit freeze, send the request to the three bureaus. It is re.mended that you call the bureaus to check whether you"��re in the green for sending the request. Equifax is in Georgia, while Experian and TransUnion are in Texas and California respectively. Tags: Identitfy Theft & Credit Fraud Protection By: Suzy Vanstrusen | Dec 19th 2009 – Anyone who has heard of identity theft and fraud should definitely be concerned about protecting his own identity. Tags: Freeze Your Credit To Stop Identity Theft Damage By: Jesse Whitehead | Nov 19th 2009 – The potential theft of one’s personal information, known as identity theft, is an ever looming problem that threatens us all. Subscription credit monitoring services are one means of minimizing identity theft damage to credit accounts. Another less expensive but highly effective option for credit protection is placing … Tags: Organisations Supporting Identity Theft Victims By: John Goldman | Oct 29th 2009 – Identity theft is be.ing more sophisticated and hard to manage by ever passing day where id thieves are finding out new ways to steal your identity. Tags: Credit Freezing An Anti-identity Theft Measure To Consider By: John Rasor | Sep 12th 2009 – credit freezing is an option to consider when protecting your identity. Tags: Recession Busting 101: Change Your Consumer Fear To Consumer Confidence By: Nick Hodges | Jun 28th 2009 – In the midst of market uncertainty, Certified Public Accountant, Nick Hodges, goes straight to the source of information for his clients by attending the 2008 SIFMA Annual Meeting in New York City and visiting Wall Street. Here is a summary of his perspective, gained outside the mainstream media hype and direct from persona … Tags: M&a Operations Necessary For Internationalise By: Dario Ferrigato | Apr 15th 2009 – The .petitive pressure applied to a greater extent by foreign .panies is a kind of .petition that originates also from different fields because of the crossover of technologies and it implies a greater and greater projection of .panies in the international contexts. Tags: .promise Stimulus Bill Expands College Grants But Not Student Loans By: Jeff Mictabor | Mar 12th 2009 – After weeks of back-and-forth political jockeying over President Obama’s proposed economic stimulus package, Congress settled on a .promise bill that offers expanded federal grants and tax benefits to college students, along with funding for states to restore education budget cuts and for research institutions to expand t … Tags: Ways To Fight Fraud By: David H Urmann | Feb 24th 2009 – There are many ways to prevent being victimized from identity theft in the internet. Tags: Building And Maintaining Credit By: Gen Wright | Feb 1st 2009 – Building and maintaining an excellent credit history is essential to any long term financial plan. Tags: Looking Ahead To Q1 Of 2009 By: Jose Roncal | Jan 18th 2009 – We’ve all heard the old adage, "it’s always darkest before the dawn." But exactly when can we expect things to lighten up? There’s so much paranoia and mistrust with a stock market in the tank and so many businesses already filing, or preparing to file, for bankruptcy, that while peering into the darkness, we see less than … Tags: Home For Sale! Should You Consider Creative Financing Options? By: Mike McCoy | Dec 18th 2008 – When you find a home for sale but you’re not sure you will qualify for a traditional mortgage, you may want to consider the private mortgage lender. These lenders are ordinary people who are looking to make an investment. The private lender can choose to secure the funds through a .mercial agreement or personal investme … Tags: Will The "credit Freeze" Keep Me From Getting A Loan? By: Nick Kent | Nov 12th 2008 – With phrases like "Credit Freeze" and "Depression" flooding the airwaves, no wonder consumers don’t think they can get a new home loan. This article explains how that simply isn’t the case. Tags: Defeating Socialism, Defending Freedom: It’s Not The Free Market That Caused The Financial Crisis By: Nathan Moore | Oct 20th 2008 – The socialist alternative demands that one man rule over another because there is more of the former than the latter. That is not a democratic republic. That is a mobocracy. Tags: Subprime Mortgage Panic Not Seeing Any Improvement By: Jennifer Stromsteen | Apr 29th 2008 – The world"��s financial system is as weak now as it has been in many decades. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke has one gigantic problem on his hands: a very wide-ranging credit freeze up. This is a problem that mere cuts in interest rates cannot cure. Tags: Freeze Your Credit! By: Debbie Dragon | May 13th 2007 – Several states allow individuals to freeze their credit report- which prohibits credit from being issued in their names. While some states, including Texas, Illinois, Washington and Vermont, only allow credit freezes if the individual has already been the victim of identity theft- other states, including California, New Yo … Tags: What To Do If You Are A Victim Of Identity Theft By: Jona | Jan 28th 2007 – If you find that you are a victim of identity theft, there are many things you need to do right away to provide authorities with the best chances of catching the thief. But your failure to perform these tasks could leave you responsible for thousands of dollars. Tags: Identity Theft: The G.i. Blues By: D Campbell | Jul 26th 2006 – Tom Nelson retired from the military almost twenty years ago. In that time, Nelson has spent many years living and working overseas. If my VA ID is fraudulently used by someone in the States, one: it could take me months to find out the theft has occurred and two: if it did happen God knows how long it would require to fix … Tags: Identity Fraud Precautions By: Paul Thomas | May 20th 2006 – Consequences of Identity Fraud In most parts of the world, identity fraud is the fastest growing offence. Yet, in the USA, a longitudinal 2005 study by Javelin Strategy & Research showed that the crime had decreased since a 2003 study from the Federal Trade .mission was released in 2003. The most current US … Tags: 相关的主题文章: