What? Is it morally okay to read someone else’s texts? Is it even legal to read someone else’s texts? What about the social implications? This trust factor is very important if you decide to read someone else’s texts.
The question before the Supreme Court is whether or not the federal identity theft law can be fairly applied to illegal immigrants who use fake social security numbers to obtain employment in the U.S.
If you’ve been reading Identity Theft Secrets lately, you’ll remember the story of Christie Scalzo. The woman who was falsely imprisoned and went through some real challenges because of someone stealing her Identity. Christie’s friend found our post on IdentityTheftSecrets.com, and forwarded it to her, which eventually led to this interview with Christie Scalzo about …
We usually don’t delve into too much of the bizarre on Identity Theft Secrets, but I read about this in the Washington Post and really found it curious.
Tiffany Gwen Weaver, of Reisterstown, Maryland, will possibly spend up to 10 years in prison, after she was charged with 7 different counts when she supposedly used Amanda Sprehn’s Identity.