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The Social Security Administration might be able to help you if you or someone you know is a surivor of domestic violence by providing a new Social Security number. Information is provided on when and how to apply for a new number. More information...
Audience: Individual
Type of Resource: Article Website
Date: 3/28/2012
This FDIC Consumer News article which provides you with a checklist of ways to reduce your chances of becoming a victim of identity theft and fraud, and resources that can assist if you are now or become a victim of identity theft. Learn to minimize your risk. A con artist who knows your Social More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Checklist Tools Website
Date: 3/28/2012
Identity theft is a federal crime. It occurs when one person's identification (which can include name, social security number, or any account number) is used for unlawful activities. This booklet provides key information to help you understand what identity theft is, how it happens, how to protect More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Article Brochure
Date: 3/28/2012
This edition of FDIC Consumer News includes special information for young adults, including how to protect yourself from financial fraud and identity theft. More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Article Website
Date: 3/28/2012
This website presents a multi-media education tool to help you learn how to protect yourself and your computer against Identity Thieves. The presentation provides information on steps you should take to secure your computer and protect yourself from identity theft, as well as actions you should More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Presentation Video Website
Date: 3/28/2012
This survey shows that 8.3 million American adults, or 3.7 percent of all American adults, were victims of identity theft in 2005. Of the victims, 3.2 million, or 1.4 percent of all adults, experienced misuse of their existing credit card accounts; 3.3 million, or 1.5 percent, experienced misuse of More information...
Audience: Researcher
Type of Resource: Report
Date: 11/1/2007
This 2003 survey reports that 27.3 million Americans have been victims of identity theft in the five preceding years, including 9.9 million people in the previous year alone. Identity theft losses to businesses and financial institutions totaled nearly $48 billion and consumer victims reported $5 More information...
Audience: Researcher
Type of Resource: Report
Date: 9/1/2003