Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Affordable Care Act and Its Potential Impact on Divorce

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4 Tips to Prevent Elderly Identity Theft

Originally posted on Identity Theft Blog:
By Linda Vincent, The Identity Advocate More than 12 million people had their identities stolen last year—a shocking statistic that continues to rise. While anyone can become a victim of identity theft, this crime…

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New ID Theft Scams to Watch Out For

Originally posted on Find Your Balance:
As a part of our ongoing series, we take another look at some of the latest threats to your information security. The Scam: You are contacted via phone or email by a “new government…

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Stop Turning into a Phishing Victim

Originally posted on SalSoft:
I am sure that all of us receive countless phishing emails in various forms, some disguising as being sent from our bank, or other services we have registered to. Others are requesting us to confirm our…

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Identity Theft Prevention: Should You Freeze Your Credit Reports?

Originally posted on Women's Financial Education| University of Missouri Extension:
Unless you live in a bubble, it is hard to totally prevent Identity theft.  After all, many entities other than you have your personal information –financial institutions, doctors, schools,…

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Security Measures Suggested for Obamacare Applicants by McAfee

Originally posted on McAlister Communications, Inc.:
As the Obamacare exchanges open for enrollment October 1, 2013, computer security companies are expecting a spate of new phishing expeditions from hackers attempting to steal people’s identities as they attempt to sign up…

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