It’s been a busy week for identity theft criminals. And for some reason they seem to have targeted this identity theft secrets writer. And the thieves have pulled out many of the common threats we warn you about.
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Here’s a new take on the Nigerian fraud scheme I got this week.
I wanted to post it here to say that if you get this email, IGNORE IT! It goes in the trash.
Anti-Terrorist and Monetary Crimes Division
Fbi Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Federal Bureau of Investigation
J. Edgar Hoover Building
935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. 20535-0001
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Whether someone wants to rent your house, date your son or daughter, mow your lawn, supervise a youth group or just meet for a drink, FindPublicRecords.com can arm you with the knowledge you’ve been wondering or worrying over.
Utilize Reverse Phone Directories to Dodge Identity Theft Phone Scams
Although online identity theft scams get far more attention these days, phone based scams have interrupted even more lives over the past few decades. These calls start off innocently enough.
A person on the other end tells you that you’ve won a great prize or that you are pre qualified for a great new credit card and all they need is some basic information in order to send you your amazing gift through the mail right away. Of course, there is no prize or credit card, only a series of events leading to your identity being stolen by a phone scammer.
You know the difference between synthetic turf and real grass, so what’s the difference between identity theft and synthetic identity theft?
Spam is not the only threat to your computer on the rise. Malware
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You can find just about ANYONE’S email address, phone, home address (and even public records) … or just find someone in general.
Did you know there is a 411 lookup service for e-mail addresses? Finding someone by simply using their email address is relatively simple, if you have the right tools.
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How can you go about finding out information on whether or not someone has been arrested or has a warrant out for their arrest? How do you know how many times they have been in court, or if they have ever filed for bankruptcy? No matter if it is a new significant other or a prospective business partner, sometimes you just need to know what their court records are.
There’s a site that can help.
“This guy’s a professional”
Whoever was committing the fraud knew what they were doing, according to an identity-theft expert. That’s because the person only duplicated and forged people’s information if they had good credit and no history of criminal activity.
Bank records and receipts in Simmons’ name show criminal-background checks were conducted on people whose identities were stolen. If the victims had no criminal history, their identities were put in envelopes with handwriting saying: “Great! Nothing! Clean!”
Take a look at the news story: