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Protecting Your Identity After a Data Breach

Capital One announced recently that a hacker had accessed the personal information of 100 million individuals in the United States and 6 million in Canada that had applied for credit with the Virginia-based bank. The affected information includes credit scores,…

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It’s Your Tax Refund – Don’t Let Criminals Steal It

Are you anticipating a nice tax refund this year? Maybe you have plans for a new TV or a special vacation. But imagine someone beats you to your refund by filing a fraudulent tax return, putting your plans on hold….

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Start a New Year’s Tradition of Identity Protection

New Year’s Eve is truly a worldwide celebration associated with hundreds of different cultural traditions. In the U.S., people watch the ball drop in Times Square in New York City. Canadians embrace the winter with ice fishing and polar bear…

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Protect Your Most Cherished Gifts from Identity Theft

The holidays are about so much more than exchanging presents…it’s a time to reflect on precious gifts in our lives. Family and friends gather around tables or in front of the fireplace laughing, remembering, and cherishing time together. This holiday…

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Shop But Don’t Drop (Your Coverages) – How to Avoid Black Friday Claims

Every year, my family and I look forward to our Thanksgiving traditions. We eat Thanksgiving dinner, watch TV, eat more Thanksgiving dinner, and then start making our Black Friday plans. We research all of the big deals, and then start…

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Avoid the Nightmare Vacation: Safeguard Your Identity

As the weather warms up, you’re probably thinking about your next fun adventure. When you vacation, identity theft may be the last thing you want to think about. But that’s just what criminals count on.

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New Year Resolutions That Can Jeopardize Your Identity

We’ve rung in the New Year. It’s time to sing Auld Lang Syne, do self-reflection, and declare your resolutions. Many attempts to become a better you, however, can jeopardize your identity.

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