Identity Theft

Millions of people have been victimized by identity theft. Identity theft occurs when someone steals your private information, such as your driver’s license or Social Security number, and uses that data for his or her own personal gain, to open credit accounts or take out loans in your name.

Identity Theft Victim What to Do Ask The Money Coach

Victim of Identity Theft? Here’s What to Do

In 2017, 16.7 million people were victims of identity theft, suffering a record $16.8 billion in losses. Today, many of our standard transactions like banking, bill paying,

Equifax Hack

The Equifax Hack: What Equifax Got Right and Wrong Amid Data Breach

Equifax, one the nation’s largest credit reporting agencies, suffered a massive data breach that affected up to 143 million Americans – nearly half the population in the United States. Here’s a look at both sides, in the hopes that Equifax and other organizations will learn some do’s and don’ts when the next inevitable data breach occurs.

How to Keep Hackers From Ruining Your Financial Life

How to Keep Hackers From Ruining Your Financial Life

Hackers have victimized tens of millions of Americans lately by stealing personal information ranging from credit card accounts to Social Security numbers. With such information,

error on credit report

Is Privacy an Illusion?

By Eva Velasquez The term “privacy is dead or is dying” has been bandied around for the last few years. It makes me wonder if

FTC: Top 10 List of Consumer Complaints

Identity theft is once again the top consumer complaint in America, according to data received by the Federal Trade Commission and released in the agency’s 2012

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