It can be overwhelming to learn you’ve been a victim of identity theft. As in your case, crimes involving identity theft and credit fraud are often committed online.
There are other options for photo sharing that don’t hand over every pixel to the Facebook megamind.
Sometimes, the limited length of an SMS makes it easier for the crooks to ‘get it to look right’ and reel you in to a phishing site…
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First, the bad news: If you use a credit card, there’s no way to fully protect yourself from credit card fraud. Even worse, fraud has been increasing: You’re more likely to find fraudulent charges on your credit card statement today than you were just a few years ago.
The good news is, there are still steps you can take to significantly reduce your risk, and to protect yourself from damages if your credit card should be compromised. Here are a few best practices to keep your data and your money as safe as possible.
How easy is it to bypass the average smartphone’s facial recognition security? In the case of Android, a lot easier than owners may think.