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No matter how careful you are, you can still become a victim of identity theft.
Each day, criminals find new ways to steal personal information, like Social Security and driver license numbers, so they can take over existing accounts and open fraudulent new ones.
Each year, between 7 and 10 million Americans will fall prey to identity theft. Each victim will spend valuable time and money restoring their credit standing and personal reputation. Some victims may even be forced to prove their innocence against unwarranted criminal charges.
If you become a victim of identity theft, you need to know about it right away.
The longer criminals have your personal information, the more damage they can do.
Seek extra protection right away!
Identity theft poses a serious threat to your personal and financial reputation. You deserve the peace of mind.
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