Recognizing Fake Jobs and How to Avoid Them
Online fraud is one of the most common sources of identity theft according to the Federal Bureau of Investigations. Privacy advocates, Better Business Bureaus and Employment professionals state that job boards are the biggest source of information for identity thieves. While prospective employers maybe looking for a specific profile, so are prospective identity thieves.
More IRS Issues and Identity Theft: Lora and Jamey Costner of Newport, Tennessee, have joined the ranks of identity theft victims after two illegal immigrants, Douglas Valdez and Elizabeth Velasco Bautista, allegedly used the Costner’s Social Security numbers to obtain employment at the Koch Foods plant in nearby Morristown.
What? You think it’s okay for illegal immigrants to commit Identity Theft so that they can get a job?
How hard must it be to turn your own daughter over to the police? Well I, for one, want to salute this mother. Pamela Blais turned in her own daughter for Identity Theft. Her daughter, Ryanne Blais, took out not one, not two, but THREE credit cards in her mother’s name, racking up a total …