Identity theft is a complex and evolving issue that requires collaboration and awareness from individuals, businesses, and policymakers. As the problem becomes more rampant, it is more important to be proactive in implementing the best solutions.
Over 1.4 million Americans reported being victims of identity theft in 2021. With the rapid rise of identity theft, it is now more likely that you will become a victim of identity theft than to have your car stolen.
Whether you use PayPal for personal use or business transactions, scammers are out to get you. It's what you know and how you act that will keep your money safe.
Health insurance spam calls can be a nuisance, especially around open enrollment. But are they just annoying or potentially dangerous too?
Placing a fraud alert on your credit report is important when trying to recover from identity theft.
Scammers and hackers are everywhere online, but that doesn't mean we need to disconnect. These tips will help you stay safe online.
It's estimated that $13 billion is lost each year to identity thieves. Knowing how to recover is important to minimize your losses and get your life back on track.
Placing a fraud alert can help protect your credit if you've fallen victim to a phishing scam or have had your identity stolen.
Placing a fraud alert with Equifax can be done in a matter of minutes and can keep you safe from identity theft.