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Avoiding Identity Theft

Avoiding Scams and Fraud

Identity theft is a form of theft that occurs when someone pretends to be someone else by assuming that person's identity, usually to access their finances or obtain their credit or other benefits. Identity theft occurs when someone steals your personal identifying information, such as your name, credit card number or other identifier, to commit fraudulent activity. Do not be a victim of identity theft. Review the information on the Federal Trade Commission website regarding how to keep your personal information secure. The Federal Trade Commission also provides valuable information on many other topics, including:

Avoiding Scams 101

10 Ways to Avoid Fraud

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