Will Your Life Get Stolen? Not if you learn to think like a spy! Preventing identity theft is quick and easy if you make privacy an everyday habit. Think like a spy and discover how to:-Save time and money by using common sense solutions-Protect your trash, mail, computer, wallet, home, brain-Be safer by using a step-by-step prevention calendar-Prioritize prevention to protect the most important data first-Evaluate risky situations and scams before they bite-Simplify your idenity and your life-Implement a backup plan to guarantee financial health-Access free prevention and recovery resourcesJohn Sileo experienced Stolen Lives firsthand. In 2003 he was the victim of two separate forms of identity theft with a total dollar impact of $300, 000. During a two-year fight to recover his reputation and credit, John became an expert at ID theft prevention and mitigation strategies. He speaks professionally to associations, corporations and consumers on issues of identity theft, data security and privacy. Learning to think like a spy could save you thousands of dollars and hundreds of wasted hours. Don't wait!Step 3: Review Your Credit Report for Signs of Theft or Fraud D Once you receive your first credit report, read through the ... the appropriate credit bureau at the numbers or websites below: Equifax: www.equifax.com; 800-685-1111 Experian: anbsp;...
|Author||:||John D. Sileo|
|Publisher||:||DaVinci Publishing - 2005-12-13|