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Best Identity Theft for August 2019

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Identity Theft in Kentucky

In Kentucky, identity theft happens at a rate of 48.4 victims for every 100,000 individuals. For the 2,000 Kentuckians in a typical year who experience identity theft, the effects can be significant. Complications of Identity theft can result in an inability to obtain credit for home mortgages or automobile purchases, false imprisonment, and many other costly, time-consuming problems.

What can people in Kentucky do to avoid identity theft? Protecting their personal data is usually the best approach. Wise habits include not carrying social security cards or other documents with the number given; not providing their social security number when because a business requests it without first verifying how their information will be used and protected; checking annual credit reports ; protecting computers using anti-virus software, and using complex passwords on Internet accounts; and not giving personal details over the phone unless the call is initiated by the individual (for example. a credit cardholder would call the customer service number on the back of her card, rather than respond to a phone call that probably came from a scammer).

In addition, many Identity Theft Protection services are available in Kentucky that offer around-the-clock monitoring of personal information (e.g. bank accounts, credit inquiries, etc.) and rapid response when any suspicious activity is detected.

How do criminals use stolen identity in Kentucky? They can use personal data - a social security number, a name, an address, and so on - to obtain medical care; to open up new credit card accounts; to file a false tax return and steal the refund, without the taxpayer finding out until he tries to file his own return later in the year. It seems that new ways for criminals to steal identifying details and use it for their benefit are constantly emerging, but Kentuckians can protect themselves from identity theft with protection services and wise decisions with respect to their personal information.

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Identity Theft In The News

Basalt man pleads guilty to ID theft

A Basalt man pleaded guilty Friday to felony identity theft related to a credit card stolen from a parked car a year ago. In exchange for the plea, prosecutors agreed to drop felony theft and other ...

Published:  Fri, 16 Aug 2019 23:02:00 GMT



Oregon City police ask for help identifying identity theft suspects

OREGON CITY, OR (KPTV) - Police are asking for help identifying a man and woman accused of using a stolen credit card to make fraudulent purchases at several area businesses. The pair used the credit ...

Published:  Fri, 16 Aug 2019 15:17:00 GMT



Two people stopped in Indian Head, Sask., facing identity theft, drug charges

Two people arrested on Aug. 15 near Indian Head, Sask., for erratic driving were found to have several documents related to identity theft and fraud, police say. Indian Head RCMP conducted a ...

Published:  Sat, 17 Aug 2019 11:37:00 GMT



World Identity Theft Protection Services Market Share by 2024 and Business Trend Outlook

Aug 16, 2019 (Market Research Analyst via COMTEX) -- The research report, titled World Identity Theft Protection Services Market, is an analytical study of the World Identity Theft Protection Services ...

Published:  Fri, 16 Aug 2019 02:11:00 GMT



Kayleen Gulden: Make sure wanted identity theft suspect isn't milling around your mailbox

Kayleen Gulden is wanted in Spokane County after not reporting to jail to be booked like she was ordered to in April. She's an identity theft suspect accused of forging and cashing checks that ...

Published:  Fri, 16 Aug 2019 15:20:00 GMT





LifeLock Disclaimers:

1 - If your LifeLock plan includes credit reports, scores, and/or credit monitoring features ("Credit Features"), two requirements must be met to receive said features: (i) your identity must be successfully verified with Equifax; and (ii) Equifax must be able to locate your credit file and it must contain sufficient credit history information. IF EITHER OF THE FOREGOING REQUIREMENTS ARE NOT MET YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE CREDIT FEATURES FROM ANY BUREAU. If your plan also includes Credit Features from Experian and/or TransUnion, the above verification process must also be successfully completed with Experian and/or TransUnion, as applicable. If verification is successfully completed with Equifax, but not with Experian and/or TransUnion, as applicable, you will not receive Credit Features from such bureau(s) until the verification process is successfully completed and until then you will only receive Credit Features from Equifax. Any credit monitoring from Experian and TransUnion will take several days to begin after your successful LifeLock plan enrollment.

No one can prevent all identity theft.

- LifeLock does not monitor all transactions at all businesses.

†† - Phone alerts made during normal local business hours.

††† - Reimbursement and Expense Compensation, each with limits of up to $25,000 for Standard, up to $100,000 for Advantage and up to $1 million for Ultimate Plus. And up to $1 million for coverage for lawyers and experts if needed, for all plans. Benefits provided by Master Policy issued by United Specialty Insurance Company (State National Insurance Company, Inc. for NY State members). Policy terms, conditions and exclusions at: LifeLock.com/legal.

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