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Identity theft refers to specific identifying information being used without your consent. Some examples of commonly used information include:
There are numerous ways for an identity thief to obtain your information. Most victims believe they have been jeopardized online. Although a thief can obtain your information online, information can be stolen much easier through low-tech means such as telephone scams or even un-shredded personal documents you throw away.
In the event that your identity has been jeopardized, follow the steps below: